PRESS RELEASEScam Survivors to Speak at the 50th iDate Dating Industry Conference in London on October 3-4, 2017Wayne May, CEO from Scam Survivors will speak on panel on fighting fraud in dating. For 14 years, iDate is the largest conference in the dating industry, with founders and CEOs of dating companies in attendance.
Thursday, September 21, 2017
New York, NY--Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that Scam Survivors
will present at the 50th international iDate Dating Industry Conference on October 3-4, 2017 in London.
Wayne May, CEO from Scam Survivors will speak on panel on fighting fraud in dating.
The 2017 iDate Conference held this October is the largest event for the Euro dating business, with founders and CEOs of the largest regional mobile and online dating companies in attendance.
Registration for the event can be made at http://www.idate2017.com/register-london-2017.phpABOUT SCAM SURVIVORS
ScamSurvivors was created in 2012 and is a volunteer run site that offers free, non-judgmental help and advice to those who have been scammed online. Its small group of volunteers have over 35 years’ combined experience. Wayne May is considered an expert in cybercrime and is frequently in demand by the worldwide media. ABOUT THE DATING INDUSTRY CONFERENCE
As the largest business expo for the dating industry, “iDate” gathers C-Level executives and thought leaders worldwide in one room. iDate provides dating industry executives education, ideas and insight.
iDate also runs the iDate Awards
which recognize the best in the online dating industry. iDate Directory
is a supplier’s business directory.
For more information, please visit the website http://date2017.com
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