WEBWIRE – Wednesday, February 08, 2012 New York, NY–Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that Michael Geer, founding member of Badoo.com will keynote the Mobile Dating Industry Conference . The event takes place on June 20-22, 2012 in Los Angeles at the SLS Hotel.
Mr. Geer is a leading entrepreneur and in 2006 was a founding member of Badoo.com. Mr. Geer is Board President of mobile social site GridTag and is currently a pioneer in the social good for-profit space with his own venture, CauseCart. Mr. Geer also serves as board advisor to several promising startups and is also a major supporter of the NYC tech community.
Mr.Geer will be discussing the history of Badoo and how the site went from nothing to over 135 million subscribers within a 5 year period. Badoo is one of the largest mobile/internet dating sites in the world.
The conference also coincides with the Social Media Conference, also taking place in Beverly Hills on the same days. Those that register to one event are able to attend both.
About the iDate Mobile Dating Industry Conference
iDate is the leading convention and summit for the dating industry and attracts the CEOs and senior executives from the major dating companies around the globe. The events cover online dating, social dating, speed dating, matchmaking, mobile dating, date coaching, affiliate marketing, software and other forms of the business. The LA event focuses on mobile dating.
For the last 9 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 http://www.InternetDatingConference.com or contact:
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
Marketing and Logistics
Tel /Fax USA +1 (212) 722-1744 ext 71
Mark Brooks, Online Personals Watch
Tel: USA +1 (212) 444-1636
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