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New York, NY, United States, 2011/06/08 - Julie Ferman of Cupid's Coach & eLove host a special 3+ hour pre-conference session for Matchmakers at iDate (the Internet & Dating Industry Conference). The session is designed to assist matchmakers in improving their business models.
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that a special pre-session has been added for the Internet Dating Industry Conference. The event takes place on June 22-24, 2011 at the SLS Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA.
Julie Ferman, CEO of Cupid’s Coach will provide a special 3 hour session for matchmakers on June 22. The session will cover:
- The State of the Art of Personal Matchmaking;
- An overview of the various business and service models currently in operation;
- The challenges present in the matchmaking industry today as well as the opportunities for collaboration and joint-ventures.
About Cupid’s Coach & eLove
Cupid’s Coach is a subsidiary of eLove, owned by parent company International Dating Ventures. With more than 30 years of experience and a match every 17 minutes, eLove is the largest bricks-and-mortar dating service operation in the industry.
About the iDate Dating Industry Conference
iDate is the leading trade show and expo for the dating industry and attracts the CEOs and senior executives from all the major dating companies. The event covers online dating, social dating, speed dating, matchmaking, mobile dating, software and other forms of the business.
For the last 8 years iDate Dating Industry Conferences provide senior dating and matchmaking industry executives education, ideas, insight and networking to identify new opportunities, gain higher levels of traffic and revenue.
For more information, please visit the website DatingIndustryConference.com or contact:
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
T/Fax USA +1 (212) 722-1744 x71
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T: USA +1 (212) 444-1636 / F: USA +1 (520) 844-1636
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