Date

Oct 11-12, 2018

Location

DeVere Connaught Rooms, London

SPEAKERS

31 SPEAKERS

Internet Dating Conference

3 Weeks to go before iDate2018 London

As the industry's largest event, iDate2005 (The Online Dating Industry Expo) explores the dating industry. The next event will be in DeVere Connaught Rooms in London, United Kingdom and is on October 11-12, 2018. The London conference focuses on all business aspects of the dating and social networking . Subjects at the conference include: partnerships, business strategy, seed capital, alternative payments, legal issues, dating software, matchmaking software, machine learning, mobile technology, advertisement methods, personality profiling, and new technologies.
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Pricing: London October 11-12, 2018

After 29, Sep

495£

Registration at door

725£

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DeVere Connaught Rooms
61-65 Great Queen Street
London,   WC2B 5DA
United Kingdom
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