7th Annual Internet Dating West Coast Conference Scheduled for June 22-24 in Los Angeles
- Newswire & PRToday - iDate2011 LA will be at the SLS Hotel. The theme of the event is 'new markets,' which include both niche dating businesses and mobile dating applications - iDate2011.com.
New York, NY, United States, 04/04/2011
- Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces the 7th annual west coast Internet Dating Conference
will be in Los Angeles on June 22-24, 2011.
iDate2011, also known as the Internet Dating Conference is the only business convention and summit for the online personals, social media and matchmaking industry.
The theme for the L.A. event is new markets. As the industry grows, both niche markets and mobile dating applications have grown significantly. Speakers, exhibitors and topics covering both subjects in addition to others will be present.
Three special pre-event sessions have been added to the event. Each are intense 3 hour sessions. They include:
- OPW: Entrepreneurs and those starting a dating business receive a market overview;
- eLove: Matchmaking business models, trends and strategy;
- CEO: Advanced strategies and tactics for senior dating industry executives.
Executives from the online dating, matchmaker, social media and the mobile telecom industry are registered to attend iDate2011 in Beverly Hills, taking place at the SLS Hotel, a popular hotel in Los Angeles. In addition to the online dating companies, dating software providers, payment processors, mobile telecom firms and marketing firms are present at this event. The website illustrates a breakdown of the delegates at iDate events.
For more information on the Internet Dating Conference, please visit the website
Marketing and Logistics Representative
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
Tel: +1 212-722-1744 / USA
Media Relations Representative:
Online Personals Watch
Tel: +1 212-444-1636
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