Mingle360 Sponsors Bootcamp for Growing Companies and Entrepreneurs, Hosted by the Business Alliance of George Mason University

Fairfax, VA, March 04, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Mingle360 recently deployed its MingleStick technology at the Bootcamp for Growing Companies and Entrepreneurs, hosted by the Business Alliance of George Mason University. More than 150 attendees received MingleSticks for networking at the event, which featured discussions of sales and marketing strategies, growth management, and other topics.

Mingle360 sponsored the event to showcase its technology and enable the venture capital community to experience the Mingle360 solution fist-hand. "The MingleStick helps create a social environment for business professionals and allows them to connect effortlessly with one another," says Dan Coffing, President and CEO of Mingle360. "At the Business Alliance Bootcamp, the MingleStick was a real conversation starter."

Each registered guest received a MingleStick and had a photo taken. During the event, the MingleSticks allowed guests to connect with each other simply by pushing a button. After the event, the users login to a password-protected website and view the photos and contact information of those they connected with.

"We greatly appreciate Mingle360’s sponsorship of the Bootcamp for Growing Companies and Entrepreneurs event,” says Judy Costello, Executive Director of the Business Alliance of George Mason University. “Mingle360 is an exciting, innovative, local startup company. Their networking solution certainly generated a lot of interest at our event where a number of our attendees, speakers, and sponsors used it to connect with each via the MingleStick technology.”

MingleSticks can be used at social functions, conventions, trade shows, and other events with up to 100,000 people or more. Not only can event organizers use MingleSticks to create a unique and exciting experience, but companies can sponsor the technology and receive brand exposure that reaches all attendees.

About The Business Alliance

Founded in 1988, the Business Alliance of George Mason University is a nonprofit 501c(3) membership organization and the Washington, D.C., area's premier business-university partnership. The Business Alliance hosts a variety of educational/investment forums, networking events, business education events, and volunteer activities, all of which are designed to help participants become more successful through the exchange of ideas and information.

About Mingle360

Mingle360 is a communications and consumer electronics company that provides a unique solution to connect people with each other and with local businesses via online and offline social networking media. Our vision is to serve others through community, connections, and commerce, enabling people to pursue meaningful relationships. For more information, please visit their website.

Bradley Blinn
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