Conflict International grace the back cover in W.A.D. “Beyond Global” Newsletter
Conflict International are proud to be featured in this year’s World Association of Detectives (W.A.D.) “Beyond Global” Newsletter
The W.A.D. is a “global alliance of investigators and security professionals.” Dating back to 1921, the W.A.D. “is the longest established and largest association of its kind in the world.” Conflict International is widely recognised within the organisation having previously being involved in sponsorship, the latest being this newsletter.
The W.A.D. is an organisation that allows its agency members to connect with other agencies in the security and investigators industry around the world. Therefore, promoting and “maintaining the highest ethical practices.”
Conflict International’s CEO, Mike LaCorte holds the role of Chairman of the W.A.D. Which he received his title in October 2018, after previously being elected as President in September 2017.
With over 900 members, the W.A.D. is a global network that allows audiences the opportunity to find a local private investigator or security professional in their city or state.
W.A.D “Beyond Global” Newsletter
The W.A.D publish a quarterly Beyond Global Newsletter. The Newsletter is designed to act as a journal for all W.A.D. members. By which, members are kept up to date with important information and announcements. It is also used to highlight members and important figures within the organisation. As well as feature some of its members.
Conflict International had the honour of being featured in the recent addition of the Beyond Global newsletter. Gracing an entire spread on the back page, Conflict International will be respectfully recognised by hundreds of industry professionals.
The W.A.D. “Beyond Global” Newsletter is available for all to view on the W.A.D website. As well as previous newsletter editions.
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If you would like to speak with Mike about anything related to the W.A.D. or would like to become a member of the organisation, please feel free to get in touch on +44 (0)20 7917 2939 [email protected] or visit the W.A.D. website.