I have produced dozens of popular and well attended domain name conferences over the past 11 years, but most noteworthy to me is that within the past year, I have had the privilege to assemble content and produce the largest Domain Name industry conference, NamesCon – where we broke records with 1200+ attendees for a Domain Name industry conference. Â I also had the chance to bring DOMAINfest out to Eastern Europe and Asia with conferences in Sofia, Bulgaria and Macau.
Another big and important accomplishment was producing a day of DOMAINfest content in Fort Lauderdale at the beginning of THEDomainConference’s inaugural show in September.
Getting the attendance requires a compelling and attractive proposition. Â Good content, good networking, and clear value and opportunity.
NamesCon and DomainFest are the most recent domain name conferences that I have co-founded or produced, and it was an exceptional year.
Check out the infographicÂ on the 2016 NamesCon.
For 2016, we changed and had a new, energetic, and different team producing the event while I managed content.
As co-founder I can say that the DOMAINfest Asia conference in Hong Kong will be fantastic (September 19-22, Hong Kong http://domainfest.asia) and if I manage the content for the (January 22-25, 2017, Las Vegas http://NamesCon.vegas) “NC17″Â show we will create something even better, now that the production team has put on their first conference and has a little more experience with it.
I hope you will join us and look forward to seeing you there!
NamesCon 2016 is already at 350+ attendees, and Jodi Chamberlain, Richard Lau and I are already working on NamesCon’s third year schedule and events.
The agenda is filling up, and we’re accepting speaker and session submissions at speakers2016 _at_ namescon.vegas – so submit your ideas, pitches, and session concepts.
Register today for NamesCon 2016 to view the agenda as it fills up!
Hi and thanks for visiting my blog. I concluded a long project that had requested I drop my industry profile and blogging activity, which gives me time to blog.
That said, I am focusing the majority of my available time on a very special domain name industry conference, called NamesCon, along with Richard Lau and Jodi Chamberlain.
For those of you who are learning about the domain name industry, following it, or participating in some manner, I would encourage you to come to the event.
The conference is January 11-14, 2015 in Las Vegas, and the URL for the event is NamesCon.Vegas.
Hope to see you there!
I am taking a break from blogging and will be reducing my industry profile in the coming months to work on something big.
Thank you to all of the loyal viewers, syndicators, fans, and friends over the years.
To quote Arnold Schwartzenegger, “Ahl Beh Back”.
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