Date

Jan 30-31, 2020

Location

Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce, Delray Beach

SPEAKERS

35 SPEAKERS

Internet Dating Conference

9 Days to go before iDate2020 Delray Beach

Internet Dating and Dating Industry Conference is the industry's largest expo that discusses the dating and match making business. The next expo is scheduled in Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce in Florida, USA and will be held on January 30 - 31, 2020. The Florida trade show focuses on all business aspects of the internet dating . Topics covered include: artificial intelligence / machine learning, wireless/mobile technology, mobile technology, legislation, mergers, acquisitions, business strategies, venture capital, background checks, traditional advertising, alternative payment systems, and new technologies.
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Event Speakers

Matthew Hoelscher

Parentmarriage.com

Relationship coach

Javier Barragan

Blue Track Media

COO

Manel Hernandez Tomas

KiKi

Founder & CEO

Niall Weintraub

AMP Marketing

Co-Founder (Former Match.com/IAC)

Pricing: Delray Beach January 30 -31, 2020

After 26, Jan

725$

Registration at door

895$

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140 NE 1st St
Delray Beach, FL   33444
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