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ModelOffice in Sponsor Deal With iVillage.com

ModelOffice Inc. in Austin, TX, a business productivity software company,signed a sponsorship deal with iVillage.com: The Women's Network.

ModelOffice Inc. in Austin, TX, a business productivity software company, signed a sponsorship deal with iVillage.com: The Women’s Network.

ModelOffice said it is sponsoring a bridge page on the iVillage Web site that will provide access to the company’s productivity tools that “are especially helpful for women entrepreneurs looking for information on how to grow their business.”

Users can access the bridge page at www.ivillage.com/sponsors/modeloffice/ to review information on ModelOffice’s “exampleware”–ready-to-use customizable letters, spreadsheets and worksheets.

ModelOffice banner ads are also running on the iVillage.com Careers and Work from Home Channels. In addition, information on ModelOffice will be available in the iVillage.com Shopping Channel gift guide, in the iVillage.com Computing Center under “sponsors” and a link will be provided on the iVillage.com Shopping Channel computer category guide page. Financial arrangements were not disclosed.

“ModelOffice is very excited to be working with iVillage.com because the site’s audience of women entrepreneurs is an important market for us,” said Amy Rudy, president and CEO of ModelOffice. “We bring to the site valuable small business resources for Internet-savvy businesswomen that they can’t get anywhere else in such an easy-to-use format.”

ModelOffice markets a series of nine software titles: Small Business Fundamentals, Personal Finance Fundamentals, 2001 Sales & Marketing Letters, 2001 Business Letters, 8005 Quotes, Speeches and Toasts, 2001 Letters That Work, Model Personal Letters, Model Marketing Kit and Model Employment Ads.

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