From this webinar, participants will be able to learn about 20+ free web tools for competitive intelligence, explore best practices for searching the deep web, and hear multiple examples of how these tools have been used in competitive intelligence projects. Campell and Swigart will also provide guidance about how open source intelligence sources should be ranked and prioritized by CI professionals. This multi-chapter SCIP e-learning webinar and networking opportunity is exclusive to onsite attendees.
The webinar is an encore of the session presented live to a sold out audience at the SCIP 2011 International Annual Conference & Exhibition in May. Attendee Kemah Camara of Sodexo, said this session taught her “things that you can do to save time, be quicker in your analysis, be more insightful and more efficient – it was definitely things I’m going to be taking back and using immediately.”
Sean Campbell and Scott Swigart, Principals, Cascade Insights, have decades of experience in the development of hardware and software technologies. They began their careers writing code, and then progressed to delivering training and authoring books and articles on best practices in the technology industry. Today they use their hands-on knowledge of technical details and their rich understanding of the tech field, from hardware to software, to deliver deep-dive competitive intelligence and qualitative market research for their clients.
The chapter meeting will take place at Northrop Grumman Information Systems at 7575 Colshire Drive, room 2100W, in McLean, Virginia. Registration and networking with light refreshments will begin at 5:30 pm, and the e-learning webinar will take place from 6:00 to 7:00 pm. There will be time for questions and more networking after the webinar.
For more information, contact Brandon Conroy at Brandon.conroy (at) ngc.com or 703.556.2579, or Robyn Reals, SCIP, at rreals (at) scip.org or 703.739.0696 x107.
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SCIP is a global non-profit membership organization providing education and networking opportunities for business professionals working in the rapidly growing field of competitive intelligence. Started in 1986, today SCIP has members in 70+ countries.