Internet Dating Virtual Networking Event to be Held May 4, 2011
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- The networking virtual expo for the online dating and matchmaking industry will be May 4, 2011 from 8AM to 8PM EST. Powered by HVC.com
, the free-virtual tool allows for others to meet delegates and communicate prior to the conference - iDateVirtual.com
New York, NY, United States, 04/28/2011
- Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces the next virtual business networking event. The free virtual trade show will be on Wednesday, May 4, 2011 from 8:00 AM EST to 8:00 PM EST at the iDateVirtual
is an online business networking opportunity in the dating industry. Interactive text audio / video chat, search and other dynamic forms of networking allows dating industry executives and vendors to meet online. They also can prepare for meetings at the June Internet Dating Conference in Beverly Hills.
The one day virtual pre-conference is free for both attendees and non-attendees to the June 22-24 Internet Dating Conference
in Los Angeles. Attending the online event are senior executives from: internet dating, matchmaking, social networks, venture capitalists, software, mobile, marketing, payment processing, affiliates and others. The virtual event software platform is powered by www.HVC.com
Internet Dating Conference
is the leading business convention for the online personals and matchmaker industries. It covers new technologies, management, business models and advanced marketing methods best suited for an online dating business.
is a leading virtual event software platform. Designed with a dynamic database structure, HVC allows for the creation of almost any type of virtual convention and event. As a turnkey solution, it was made by conference organizers for conference organizers.
Online registration opens today at iDateVirtual
. There is no fee for registration or to attend the virtual event.
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