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LCT EAST To Offer Affiliate Speed Meet

LCT Staff
Posted on June 17, 2009

TORRANCE, CA — The LCT Eastern Conference will bring the first-ever Affiliate Speed Meet, modeled after the modern speed-dating phenomenon.

The Affiliate Speed Meet will be a quick-fire introduction between networks and operators looking for referral business. Twenty networks (those with business to give) will be stationed around the room staffed by their affiliate managers or other top-level personnel.

Each 40-minute round will position 40 operators (those looking for business through referrals) with two per network table.

Once the event begins, each operator will have two minutes per table to introduce themselves and quickly discuss their needs. After two minutes, the buzzer will sound and the operator will move to the next network table. NO LINGERING! You’ll have plenty of time later to discuss the details.

After each 40-minute round, we’ll take a break and get ready for the next group of operators.

For more detailed information on the Affiliate Speed Meet and how to sign up, CLICK HERE.

For more information on the LCT Eastern Conference to be held Oct. 7-8 at the Mohegan Sun Resort & Casino, CLICK HERE.

Register by Sept. 14 and SAVE on your full conference pass.

Source: LCT Events

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