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Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) May 14, 2010 – launches as a new social networking site today at the Cannes Film Festival in France. Characterized as ”A meeting place for entrepreneurs and investors”, the site offers a venue for the private showing of projects and business plans from virtually every sector of business with special attention given to entertainment projects.

InterFUND ( is unique in that it makes a connection between the entertainment industry and other business sectors in forging branded alliances which promote product integration in entertainment content.

InterFUND takes the Hollywood concept of a “First-look” deal and applies it to entrepreneurs and their projects. The network also serves the advertising world by providing resources for advertisers to integrate their products into content as a solution to DVR technology which allows viewers to bypass commercial interruption in traditional programming.

The website features bloggers from various sectors including General Richard Wilmot (US Army, ret.), William Foster (Automotive), Kathi Carey (Film), JT Grimm (research), Arthur Whitten (Security), Joe Gossett (Nonprofit), Peter Canalichio (Branding) and John De SA (Accounting).

The purpose of InterFUND is to create a greenhouse--an environment conducive to vigorous growth or development—for entrepreneurs and project originators with a venue in which to privately expose their business plans while strategically expanding their potential with brand alliances.

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