University of Cambridge – September 23rd to 25th, 2013


Toddington International Inc. will be delivering its thirteenth bi-annual 3-day Internet Intelligence training workshop offered in partnership with the International Chamber of Commerce – Commercial Crime Services, September 23rd to 25th, 2013 at Cambridge University.

This highly acclaimed and comprehensive workshop is designed for professionals who wish to use the Internet more efficiently, cost effectively and securely for research, intelligence and information gathering.

With a business intelligence and security focus this workshop is ideally suited to:

  • Security Professionals in the Financial Services and Insurance Industries
  • Government and Private Sector Investigators
  • Competitive Intelligence Researchers and Analysts
  • Journalists and Knowledge Workers

An ideal networking opportunity with private and public sector delegates in attendance from around the world, this course will be held at Queens’ College. Founded in 1448, by Margaret of Anjou (Queen of Henry VI), the historic grounds of Queen’s are situated in the centre of Cambridge, close to the many historic buildings and shops and within easy reach of the railway station. There will be a number of enjoyable social evening events including a welcome dinner, a fascinating tour of Cambridge with author and historian Nicholas Chrimes, an evening of punting, a dinner at the historic “Eagle” pub and a night out La Mimosa, a popular Italian restaurant situated on the banks of the River Cam.

Course costs include accommodation at Queens’ College, meals and social events. Delegates will also keep the Netbook they will be using during the course which they will configure for optimal search capability during the training programme.

For full details and a PDF brochure on this programme visit the ICC Commercial Crime Serices website or telephone +44 (0)20 7423 6960.

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