Metaflake.de will talk about the German, Swiss and Austrian environment into the mobile dating at the 35th Conference iDate in Germany. Digital Cameras oftentimes addresses this issue. New York, NY – Ticonderoga ventures, Inc. announces that Metaflake.de on the 10th annual European presents iDate Internet dating Conference in Cologne (Hotel Barcelo), Germany, on September 16-17. Karolina Schaefer, senior online marketing manager and online dating expert on the Metaflake.de, will bring the German, Swiss and Austrian environment into the mobile dating to the language. Ms. Schaefer worked for two large international dating sites and is now responsible for online marketing at the Metaflake.de. Metaflake is one of the biggest affiliates in the European dating industry with an extensive network of single stock comparison sites in 15 countries.
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