I’m so looking forward to “meeting in the flesh” those people that I have communicated with “online” over the past six years. 🙂
Online friends are great – but you get to a whole new level when you actually talk in person.
Most importantly though, it is an investment in the future.
So Why NamesCon?
Apart from meeting “old friends”, the opportunity to network with over 1000 people that are also heavily involved in the domain industry was just too good to pass up.
In three short years NamesCon has quickly grown to become the largest commercial conference focused on the Internet domain name industry. The roster of participating companies and individuals includes every aspect of the Industry from registrars, registries, web hosting companies, attorneys, brand managers, Domain name investors, start ups, affiliate marketing companies, parking companies, Financial service providers, and individual end-users.
With increasing attendance every year, NamesCon is expecting over 1000 attendees this January. A relatively low priced conference pass provides access to all sessions and networking events. Four full days of informative sessions, workshops, Business networking, and inspiring keynote speakers makes NamesCon the “must attend” show in the domain name industry.
Some Of The Things I Will Be Doing!
- It will be go, go go for 5 days and nights. Hope I can handle the pace!
- Getting to meet some of the most successful domain investors / domainers from around the globe.
- Listening to some powerful keynote addresses from legends like Frank Schilling.
- Meeting with the guys and gals from Uniregistry and Domain Name Sales (to hear what their plans are for Australia).
- Chatting to some of the top domain brokers in the world!
- Catching up with people that I’ve done business with.
- Talking to people who are interested to learn about opportunities in Australia, and how they can legitimately invest in .au domains.
- Blogging with lots of pictures! Also got some interviews lined up.
If anyone has any thoughts, comments or suggestions, I would love to hear them.