MindSites Group Acquires GeoCommunity and WirelessDevNet Websites
Niceville, FL - June 11, 2007 - MindSites Group, LLC (MindSites), a privately-held Florida Company, today announced it has purchased the assets of two online communities, the GeoCommunity and the Wireless Developer Network, from Qlinks America, Inc. (Qlinks), a Colorado Corporation.
Jaime Bozza, Managing Member of MindSites, announced "that this purchase of the GeoCommunity" and the Wireless Developer Network" will serve as a basis for our web-portal services. The two acquired web-portals are the introduction of MindSites' online community growth strategy over the next several years."
T.C. Herman, Managing Editor of MindSites and founder of the GeoCommunity nearly ten years ago said, "I am excited to continue to be involved in the management of these two online communities and look forward to the future commitment of MindSites to grow these successful online properties."
MindSites will continue operations of these online communities out of offices in Niceville, FL. "We are pleased about bringing ownership of these two online communities back in-house", said Jaime Bozza. "We are fully committed to ensuring no disruption in service to our loyal members, clients, and visitors of each online community. Our objectives are to grow and enhance these two online communities with new and expanded content, features, and services that will further improve the value components for our clients and users."
ABOUT MINDSITES GROUP, LLC
MindSites Group, LLC was formed by Jaime Bozza, a former employee of Qlinks Media Group, the business division of Qlinks that operated the GeoCommunity and the Wireless Developer Network, to spin-off and grow the two highly successful online communities.
Launched in July 1997, The GeoCommunity has been the leading online community for technical professionals in the geospatial industry for nearly a decade. The GeoCommunity provides daily news and resources for a variety of technologies including GIS, GPS, mapping, LBS, cartography, computer-aided design, and remote sensing.
Over the last seven years, the Wireless Developer Network has been a leading online community for software developers and information technology professionals interested in wireless application development, mobile computing, and wireless communications. The Wireless Developer Network provides daily news and resources for those interested in the latest on wireless application technologies.