Fotki.com Is Entitled a "Pitching Contest Winner" and Named "Promisable, Investable and Undiscovered Gem" at iBreakfast Club Meeting in New York

Fotki.com, a media social network specializing in photo sharing, was named a “Pitching Contest Winner” at the monthly iBreakfast Club meeting on November 2nd 2005. Six entrepreneurs were selected to pitch their plans to the iBreakfast investor team in order to win an invitation to a two billion dollar manager event called “Private Equity 2005” where businesses meet investors.

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New York, NY (PRWEB) November 10, 2005

Fotki.com, a media social network specializing in photo sharing, was named a “Pitching Contest Winner” at the monthly iBreakfast Club meeting on November 2nd 2005. Six entrepreneurs were selected to pitch their plans to the iBreakfast investor team in order to win an invitation to a two billion dollar manager event called “Private Equity 2005” where businesses meet investors.

Igor Shoifot, COO of Fotki, presented his pitch to the Panel of Angels at the iBreakfast Club meeting lead by Steve Brotman, Managing Partner, SAVP; David Rose, New York Angels & Rose Tech Ventures and MJ Segal, Joshua Capital.

Mr. Shoifot’s sharp presentation won Fotki a title of a contest winner as well as recognition of its potential from Alan Brody, a Program Director at iBreakfast. Mr. Brody expressed his great interest in Fotki as a promising business: “At a pitching contest Fotki stood out because they are real. Fotki has achieved critical mass in the number of users including international markets, it has strong revenues. Fotki is a promising company that is investable. During the presentation it became obvious that Fotki is an undiscovered gem and iBreakfast wants to put them up with major investors as soon as possible because this business is a valuable player in a quickly growing digital image market place.”

Fotki’s COO Mr. Shoifot who’s experience includes partnerships and consulting project experiences with companies such as Microsoft, IBM, and Intel, is strongly convinced that Fotki is going to make it to the top of the list in the category and become a billion dollar successful business: “I am delighted that Fotki got a recognition from leaders of the industry and I am absolutely committed to making Fotki an even greater online experience for our seven hundred thousand users and for all the new thousands to come.”

About the Fotki.com

Fotki.com is a media social network owned and operated by privately held company Fotki Inc. located in New York City. Fotki's international community, great and fast growing, is interconnected by numerous friendships, family relationships and multiple interests. Fotki provides its users with what seems to interest people on the Internet most – communication through online photo albums and blogs. Also photo printing and professional online photo selling, as well guest book, email, and bookmarks are Fotki's alluring features. Created in 1998 by its co-founders as a hobby and a means to communicate with friends and relatives around the world via sharing photos, Fotki has gradually grown into a powerful media social network.

For information: http://www.fotki.com or call PR Department at (212) 947-3452.

About iBreakfast.com

The Silicon Alley Breakfast Club is a regular networking conference that gets entrepreneurs directly into the business side of the Internet culture. By attracting nationally known conference quality speakers in an environment where entrepreneurs are not only free to question them, they are able to network with significant players in the field. The iBreakfast is an outgrowth of the national conference series produced by the pioneering TECHmarketing group which introduced the first high tech awards program, THE MAR.COM AWARDS for ADWEEK in 1991, now in its 7th year, and CreaTECH, the first interactive/internet advertising conference, and Hollyweb, the convergence conference at NAB and CES. The monthly iBreakfast Club meeting promises to showcase the Silicon Alley movers and shakers in the context of the entire technology marketplace.

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