April 18, 2013
/PRNewswire/ -- Professional Diversity Network, Inc. (NASDAQ: IPDN), a developer and operator of online networks dedicated to serving diverse professionals in
the United States
and providing them with access to employment opportunities ("Professional Diversity Network" or "PDN"), today announced that it has hit a milestone in surpassing 2,500,000 members across its various networks. The achievement of this membership milestone will be followed next week by PDN's Ringing of The NASDAQ Stock Market Closing Bell on
Wednesday, April 24, 2013
at the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square.
"We believe our recent membership growth reflects greater brand awareness, in part, due to our marketing programs," commented
, Founder and CEO of iHispano.com, PDN's flagship networking site for Hispanic professionals. "We expect that our continued membership growth will support our efforts to further develop the menu of online professional networking and career placement solutions that we offer at no charge to our members, and enhance the value we provide to employers seeking to attract diverse talent. The NASDAQ MarketSite tower, facing one of the most heavily trafficked corners in the world, is a perfect platform for Professional Diversity Network as it grows."
"Professional Diversity Network was founded with a mission to serve as the premier career resource for professionals of every background and culture, so it is fitting that we celebrate our recent membership milestone at the NASDAQ MarketSite in Times Square, one of the most diverse locations in the world," continued Mr. Martinez.
About Professional Diversity Network
Professional Diversity Network develops and operates online networks dedicated to serving diverse professionals in
the United States
and providing them with access to employment opportunities. Professional Diversity Network offers employers who value diversity an online platform in which to identify and acquire diverse talent for their hiring needs. Professional Diversity Network owns and operates professional networking communities including:
for Hispanic Professionals,
for African American professionals,
for Female Professionals,
for Professionals with Disabilities,
for professionals in the Gay Community, and
for Asian professionals.
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