DreamTeamGroup, a consortium of unique marketing brands that utilizes one dynamic approach to connect publicly traded companies with a variety of investors, will provide the investment community with ongoing social media coverage of the 15th annual BIO CEO & Investor Conference in New York, NY.
To learn more about the presenting companies, visit http://bio.missionir.com.
“DreamTeamGroup will utilize its family of business brands to reach the hundreds of thousands of investors who follow us at various social networking sites,” stated Michael McCarthy, Managing Director of DTG. “In addition to posting blogs and status updates on attending companies as they begin their presentations, we will be sending a special newsletter profiling the event to our subscribers.”
About DreamTeamGroup (DTG)
DTG combines very different, but complementary marketing avenues into one dynamic approach. This interlocking marketing convergence tackles many obstacles in the marketing process by engaging many different types of individuals with compelling content. By providing unique offerings, DTG has become a valuable advertising outlet garnering a top placement in traffic and unique hits.
To learn more about DTG and its family of businesses, visit http://www.DTG.fm
To connect with DTG via Facebook, please visit http://Facebook.com/TheDreamTeamGroup
To connect with DTG via Twitter, please visit http://Twitter.com/DreamTeam_Group
About BIO CEO & Investor Conference
The BIO CEO & Investor Conference is the largest investor conference focused on established and emerging publicly traded biotech companies. Each year the annual event provides a neutral forum where institutional investors, industry analysts, and senior biotechnology executives have the opportunity to shape the future investment landscape of the biotechnology industry.
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