Date

Oct 11-12, 2018

Location

DeVere Connaught Rooms, London

SPEAKERS

31 SPEAKERS

Internet Dating Conference

3 Weeks to go before iDate2018 London

Online Dating and Dating Industry Conference is the industry's largest expo that discusses the dating industry. The next expo is on October 11-12, 2018 and will be held at the DeVere Connaught Rooms in London, United Kingdom. The London summit focuses on all business aspects of the internet dating and matchmaking . Topics discussed include: background checks, angel investing, wireless/mobile technology, online marketing, business strategies, partnerships, alternative payment methods, legislation, artificial intelligence, dating / matchmaking software, and new technologies.
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Founding Director

Phil Beesley

Gutsy Dating

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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
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