East Coast Super Conference for Private Investigators
- June 11, 2013
- by Kimberly Faber
On June 26th, private investigators from across the country will be on their way to Atlantic City for the East Coast Super Conference, presented by PI Magazine and hosted by the New Jersey Licenced Private Investigators Association (NJLPIA). The conference includes 17 presentations from guest speakers Diane Dimond, Joe Pistone, F. Lee Bailey, and more, including a presentation on the real undercover life of Donnie Brasco. A full exhibitor hall and many activities for attendees and their families will be available. Located at the Tropicana Casino and resort, the conference will also have door prizes, including 1 week in Aruba!
The East Coast Super Conference
While attending the West Coast Super Conference we spoke with speakers, attendees, vendors, and more to share what people missed and why individuals should attend the East Coast Super Conference.
Speakers and Presentations
There are a number of presentations with various guest speakers throughout the conference. Here is a list of some of the sessions attendees will sit in on:
- How PIs Can Work With the Media
- The Real Undercover Life of "Donnie Brasco"
- Preparing a Case for Trial
F. Lee Bailey
- Investigating Death and Complex Cases
Vernon J. Geberth
- How To Double Your PI Income in 5 Easy Steps
Jimmie N. Mesis
- Undercover Investigations
- Internet Based Deep Research & Investigations
- How to Succesfully Brand Yourself & Investigative Agency
- Pre-Employment Background Checks, Do's & Don'ts for private investigators
- Business Background Investigations: Tools and Techniques for Solution Driven Due Diligence
Other speakers include Jim Carino, Elizabeth Rincon, Susan Nash, Tom J. Owen, Kitty Hailey, and David Ziegler.
Comments from PI Magazine's Jimmie Mesis
Mesis shared with us what is planned for the East Coast Super Conference. "What we're doing at the East Coast Super Conference is providing a number of topics for both the new investigator and the experienced investigator," he said. "There's just going to be such a wide array of speakers and diversity that no matter who goes they're going to learn something."
With a boardwalk known for it's casinos and gambling, Mesis has geared the conferences recreational events toward that. "At the East Coast Super Conference the main recreational events that we'll be hosting is gambling. We're letting people go out on their own and have a good time. We'll give them education during the day and they can party on their own at night."
For more information on the conference, the full schedule, or to register for the conference, click here.