• Posts Tagged ‘audible name tag’

    Realtor Quest 2012 is upon us!

    by  • May 2, 2012 • Antvibes • 0 Comments

    This week on May 2nd and 3rd, ANTVibes will be attending the Realtor Quest trade show and conference in Toronto. Canada’s largest real estate show features an impressive cast of about 250 exhibitors and is expected to attract upwards of 8,000 real estate agents. Taken from the Realtor Quest website, the event will occupy...

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    Thanks for a fantastic Canada 3.0

    by  • April 28, 2012 • Antvibes • 0 Comments

    ANTVibes would like to thank all the speakers, exhibitors, and attendees who participated in this year’s Canada 3.0 digital media forum. We’d also like to extend a special thanks to the Canadian Digital Media Network and their wonderful staff that helped make the event a big success. It was a great experience for us,...

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    Gearing up for CDMN’s Canada 3.0

    by  • April 23, 2012 • Antvibes • 0 Comments

    The Canadian Digital Media Network’s Canada 3.0 forum is only a few days away, and we’d like to highlight a few speakers who will be attending. The following information is courtesy of CDMN’s speaker website.   Melissa Luongo As an HR Manager for Microsoft Canada, Melissa Luongo works with Directors and Managers within the subsidiary...

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    What’s in a Surname?

    by  • March 27, 2012 • Diversity & Communication, Names • 0 Comments

      What’s in a Surname? A new view of the United States based on the distribution of common last names shows centuries of history and echoes some of America’s great immigration sagas. To compile this data, geographers at University College London used phone directories to find the predominant surnames in each state. Software then...

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    Featured ANT – Liana Aghajanian

    by  • March 16, 2012 • Branding, Names • 0 Comments

      “I was surprised to discover ANTVibes, and even more excited to actually put it to use. After a lifetime dealing with name mispronunciation, having the opportunity to record my name and make it available for acquaintances, colleagues, future employers and whoever else would like to get in touch was immensely liberating. The truth...

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