iTi Tropical hosts a free 15-minute webinar on passion fruit on Feb. 17 from 2 to 2:15 p.m. eastern.
Passion fruit grows on a vine in its native tropical and subtropical regions. The round fruit can be one to three inches in size with a hard, smooth and wax-coated rind. The color ranges from dark purple to light yellow or orange. The fruit itself is composed of juice and pulp-filled pockets, as well as hundreds of small black seeds. The distinctive flavor is robust and very similar to tart guava. The yellow varieties are normally larger fruit than the purple types. The fruit pulp has an intense aromatic flavor and can be used as a flavoring for beverages and sauces. Its aromatic properties make it popular in gourmet cooking. Passion fruit is a good source of vitamins A and C, as well as potassium, iron and fiber. Passion fruit has health benefits that have been used throughout history.
FAST -- No wasted time here. 15-minute presentation to easily fit into your busy schedule.
CONVENIENT - No airlines. No travel. No time out of the office. Listen from the comfort and convenience of your desk.
EASY - A telephone and a computer are all the equipment you need. Just dial in, punch in your access code and you're in. That's it. A link will be sent, which can be used to view the presentation. Follow along with the webinar with audio in the telephone.
IDEAL FOR MULTIPLE LISTENERS - Use a speakerphone and as many people as you want can listen in - at no cost to you.
Instructions for the webinar:
· At the designated date and time, go to the login URL.
· Under join conference, type the participant code and your name and other details and click on join conference.
· Enter the dial-in number from any telephone.
· Webinar starts promptly at 2:00
· 2:15 - 2:30 is reserved for any possible questions and/or discussion
Now you can view the presentation at the comfort of your desk and listen to the audio through the phone.
Login URL: www.infiniteconferencing.com/join
Participant Entry Code: 0880225
To confirm your attendance, please send an email to email@example.com.
iTi Tropical Hosts Free 15-minute Webinar
February 9, 2010