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New York, NY, United States, 2008/12/15 - Jennifer Byrne, Director, Business Development at Verizon Communications, Inc. (NYSE: VZ) and Shawn Conahan, Founder & CEO of Intercasting Corp. will speak on mobile social networking at the Social Media Conference on Jan 22-23, 2009 in Miami.
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that Ms. Jennifer Byrne, Director, Business Development at Verizon Communications, Inc., and Mr. Shawn Conahan, founder and CEO of Intercasting, Corp., a leading mobile social networking company, will present at the Social Media Conference in Miami.
Byrne and Conahan will discuss the increasing demand for mobile social networking and how Verizon and Intercasting are working together to provide a wide variety of social networks that are optimized for the mobile platform. They will also discuss business models for mobile social networking.
The Social Media Conference will take place on January 22-23, 2009 at the Miami Beach Convention Center. It is the leading business convention for the social media and social networking industry. The event covers social networking technologies and also discusses working business models.
Executives from the following industries will be attending the event: Social Media, Social Networking, Mobile Telecommunications, Internet/Mobile Payment Processing, Venture Capital, Software, Interactive Marketing firms and others. A list of companies that have attended previous events can be found on the website.
Intercasting’s robust ANTHEM® platform enables wireless carriers the option to provide a host of Web-based community and social networking sites to subscribers. ANTHEM also enables social networking site providers, major brands and entertainment properties to easily create social networking initiatives for the mobile platform. With ANTHEM, carriers have the ability to quickly launch any social networking site in the future.
Mark Brooks, Social Media Watch
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