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New York, NY, United States, 2009/05/29 - The June 25-26, 2009 Social Media Conference taking place in Beverly Hills has predominantly Fortune 100 firms speaking at the event. The company perceives that there is a major shift where large corporations intend to dominate the SN space.
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that the upcoming Social Media Conference in Beverly Hills on June 25-26, 2009 has more Fortune 100 speakers than any previous event.
Speakers at the upcoming Los Angeles event are executives from:
• Dow Jones & Company;
• Electronic Arts;
• Hewlett Packard;
• Sun Microsystems;
Joining these speakers at the event are senior executives from Social Networking, Social Media, Mobile Telecommunications, Internet/Mobile Payment Processing, Venture Capital, Software, Interactive Marketing firms and others attend the event.
The Social Media Conference (socialmediaconference.com) is the leading business convention for the social media and social networking industry. The conference leaders recognized that Fortune 1000 firms have taken a more aggressive stance with social networking over the last 18 months. Based on strategies revealed by Fortune 100 firms at previous events, as well as significant attendance from this group, the company believes that this group will eventually dominate the social media industry.
Registration for the event is tiered, with early registration cut off dates. Prior to May 31, 2009 there is a savings of USD $400 for those that register in advance.
For more information, please visit the website Social Media Conference. website or contact:
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
Marketing and Logistics Representative
T: USA +1 (212) 722-1744 x79
F: USA +1 (208) 728-6456
Mark Brooks, Social Networking Watch
T: USA +1 (212) 444-1636
F: USA +1 (520) 844-1636
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