DallasSingleMom.com to speak at the 55th iDate Dating Industry Conference on Jan 31 - Feb 1, 2019 in FloridaTeia Collier, CEO of DallasSingleMom.com, will moderate a focus group on single mothers using dating apps.
New York, NY--Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that DallasSingleMom.com will present at the 55th international iDate Conference ( https://idateconference.com
) on January 31 to February 1, 2019 at the Hyatt Place in Delray Beach, Florida.
Teia Collier, CEO of DallasSingleMom.com
, will moderate a focus group on single mothers using dating apps.
The online and mobile dating business represents one of the largest segments of web and mobile traffic. At iDate, the online dating industry’s most recognized CEOs and new startup founders discuss future business strategies, marketing, acquisitions and new technology.
DallasSingleMom.com is the premier online lifestyle destination for single parents in Dallas area. Reaching more than 23K readers monthly, Dallas Single Mom connects single parents with the lifestyle and family resources, events, advice and concierge services to help them live their best lives now. ABOUT THE DATING INDUSTRY CONFERENCE
For 15 years, C-level executives gather for the January “iDate,” the industry’s largest annual trade show and and summit. iDate assembles global dating CEOs to identify new opportunities, develop ideas, gain insight for higher levels of traffic and earn more revenue.
The 10th annual iDate Awards ( https://www.idateawards.com
) ceremony takes place the afternoon of January 31. The awards represent the best in the dating business.
iDate Directory is a supplier’s business directory.
For more information, please visit the website https://idate2019.com
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