WEBWIRE - Monday, January 07, 2013
New York, NY-- Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc. announces that viral marketing expert Igor Shoifot will keynote the first Viral Summit on January 19, 2013 in Las Vegas.
Igor Shoifot, known as "The Dude" at TMT Investments, also Chairman of the board of directors of Happy Farm internet incubator, founder of a dozen startups, an investor in over a dozen startups, and a lecturer at UC Berkeley and UCSF, will speak (via skype) on viral marketing methods. Mr. Shoifot is an expert on the topic and will cover multiple strategies he has found to be successful.
Speakers at the one day viral summit include thought leaders and experts in viral marketing and strategy. The event will cover the planning and execution of a viral marketing campaign, be it for a new: device, social network, mobile app, video, musical song, dating site, book, etc.
The Viral Summit will be held at Harrah's Las Vegas. Registration for the event can be made at http://viralsummit.com/register-las-vegas-2013.php
ABOUT IGOR SHOIFOT
Igor Shoifot, PhD, is an investor in over a dozen companies, creator of over a dozen companies, part of TMT Investments, chairman of Happy Farm internet incubator, taught graduate and undergraduate courses at NYU, Berkeley and UCSF
ABOUT THE VIRAL SUMMIT
The Viral Summit is designed an event for leading experts in viral marketers to present on and vigorous debate methodologies. The event's goal is to discover similar strategies that result in consistent viral growth and expansion. The ideas generated at are for delegates attending to utilize and grow their own business.
For more information, please visit the website http://viralsummit.com or contact:
Ticonderoga Ventures, Inc.
Marketing and Logistics Representative
Tel /Fax USA +1 (212) 722-1744 ext 91
Linkedin Industry Group: http://www.linkedin.com/groups/Viral-Summit-Viral-Marketing-Methods-4676692
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