ITC media partnerships are the ideal platform to further reach your publication or association. The partnership gives you access to our delegates through a range of pre-event and on-site branding opportunities. ITC is a progressive industry analyst within the conference arena, providing conferencing and training relying on extensive market research.

What makes ITC conferences different is that their conferences are solutions driven and recommendations are given to relevant authorities after each conference, relating to the subject matter discussed. Feedback is then requested from the authorities to address the challenges and give input and solutions to delegates.


If you would like to be part of ITC conferences, contact our Head of Department Marketing -Amrita on +27 (0) 11 326 2501 or send an email to

Visit our women’s website and blog where you are able to interact and network with delegates and speakers.

What our Media Partners and Supporting Publications are saying about ITC

Having attended the extremely successful and well organised Women in Politics, Africa conference hosted by the Intelligence Transfer Center, I realised that I would love to join such a team of professionals. During the conference I attentively engaged in conversations where delegates told me that given this wonderful opportunity to attend a well thought conference by their respected countries and departments with the hope that they would return and share the information they had gathered.

Slindokuhle Mbuyisa, The Politician Magazine

It was very motivational, educational, inspiring and it should be one of the powerful tools that should be maintained to advance the course of Women in Law Enforcement. 

Bernadette, Security Focus Magazine

ITC has done an excellent event and we are glad to have supported it. 

Tiny Koaho, Avusa Media

Thanks ITC for having us on board as one of your media partners. We have learnt a lot from your conferences and gathered important information from your well presented speakers and sponsors. Good luck with the future conferences.

Wade, Mail & Guardian