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New York, NY, United States, 2008/12/15 - The January 22-23, 2009 Social Networking Conference taking place in Miami will include a presentation from Marty Collins, Microsoft's Group Marketing Manager, Windows Digital Marketing. She joins other Fortune 100 companies speaking at this event.
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that Marty Collins, Microsoft's Group Marketing Manager, Windows Digital Marketing, will provide a formal presentation at the Social Networking Conference taking place on January 22-23, 2009 at the Miami Beach Convention Center.
Ms. Collins, the social media strategist for Windows, will discuss Microsoft’s “Anytime, Anywhere” strategy for building and sustaining quality relationships with consumers on their terms. She will explain how Microsoft has created its own Windows community of active, engaged members and leverages the user-generated content of these “brand ambassadors.” She also will discuss Windows’ initiatives for conversing with customers in networks such as Facebook and YouTube.
Additional speakers at the Social Networking Conference will include senior social networking executives from high-profile Fortune 500 companies such as: SAP, Verizon, Dow Jones & Co., Ford Motor Company, JetBlue Airlines and others.
Ticonderoga Ventures expects the 2009 Social Networking Conference in Miami to be the largest event of the year.
Covering the business of Social Media and Social Networking, the annual Miami Social Networking Conference has become the premiere event for the industry. Executives from social networking firms and fortune 500 companies attend to identify working business models and new technologies in the space.
For more information, please visit the Social Networking Conference website or contact:
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. Marketing and Logistics Representative T: USA +1 (212) 722-1744 x79 F: USA +1 (208) 728-6456.
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