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May 16, 2012

BrideLive Partners with N.A.M.E. to Expand Meeting Space

By Raju Shanbhag
TMCnet Contributor

After businesses and individual professionals, it’s now the time for the brides to use technology to their advantage. With contemporary technologies, they can benefit from various features, and apply a custom video conferencing solution that enhances the efficiency and profitability of the wedding professional. is a portal that provides many such services to brides and other wedding professionals. The company recently partnered with The National Association of Mobile Entertainers (N.A.M.E.) to provide its virtual meeting space to all N.A.M.E. members.

Compatible with all of the important internet browsers, including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari and Opera, works on all PC/MAC/LINUX machines. A bride, groom or family member can click on a link, either e-mailed to them or placed on a user’s Website, and instantly meet with the user face-to-face.

Individuals do not have to download or install anything to join a meeting, according to a release, and rooms come with the highest quality and most flexible video streams offered by any Web-based system.

“We are excited to be working with a dependable and well-respected company in N.A.M.E where its members enjoy great benefits,” said Jay Thomson (News - Alert), owner of BrideLive. “Now with our partnership, those benefits will give them access to BrideLive with continued savings and great value.”

BrideLive recently provided even more space for those in the Wedding Industry to voice their business, with the introduction of the new BrideLive blog. The BrideLive blog provides industry professionals an informational hub they can visit to read up on sales, marketing and business tips, written to nourish the success of their entire wedding business, providing virtual meeting space which offers wedding and event professionals a place to instantly meet online with brides.

Edited by Braden Becker


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