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New York, NY, United States, 2009/04/22 - L.A., June 25-26 conference on Business and Enterprise Social Networking for Fortune 100 firms to be held at the SLS Hotel. Speakers include Fortune 100 firms such as Wal-Mart, Google, Dow Jones, Oracle, Sun Microsystems and others.
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces its annual west coast Enterprise Social Networking Conference will be held in Los Angeles on June 25-26, 2009 at the SLS Hotel.
The Social Networking Conference has become for Fortune 100 firms the premiere event to attend that focuses on business management, technology and mobile applications for the business and enterprise social networking space. Speakers at the event include executives from: Wal-Mart, Friendster, EA Games, Sun Microsystems, Google, Dow Jones, Oracle, Nokia, and others.
Some of the sessions will cover: social networking strategies, consumer trends, social media strategy plans among Fortune 100 firms, mobile social networking, and social networking strategies in Asia and other regions.
Senior executives from the social media industry, the mobile telecommunications industry, the online personals industry and venture capitalists have registered to attend SNC2009 in L.A. Also present at the event will be social networking software companies, payment processors, widgets, marketing firms and entrepreneurs seeking to start a social networking business.
A 3 hour intense social networking industry pre-event session with Christopher S. Rollyson from CSRA is scheduled on June 24.
For more information on the Social Networking Conference, please visit the website or contact:
Marketing and Logistics Representative
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
T: USA +1 212-722-1744 x79
F: USA +1 208-728-6456
Mark Brooks, Social Networking Watch
T: USA +1 212-444-1636
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