NamesCon founder Richard Lau sat down with Tucows Inc. CEO Elliot Noss to talk about setting up and running an internet company that’s built to last. It’s been a long, strange trip for Noss, who keeps coming back to the intersection of fairness and connectivity.
Always be closing! Experience some stories of daring deals from some of the top domain investors and brokers in the business.
The RightOfTheDot auction is coming up Monday, January 23. NamesCon attendees got some pro tips ahead of time from the experts on how to successfully sell a domain through auction.
There are over 11,200 homeless students in the Las Vegas valley, and over 2,500 of those are in high school. Project 150 is a non-profit charitable organization dedicated to helping the Las Vegas valley homeless youth who continue to go to school. Instead of creating more waste, NamesCon has committed to giving away three used laptops to Project 150 after the conference – and you can help too!
If you're attending NamesCon and would like to get involved by donating items you no longer need after the conference, simply put aside a pile when you pack up your booth and we’ll take care of collecting it. If you don’t have a booth, you can drop off items at the NamesCon storage room Partagas 3 (find it on the map in the NamesCon mobile app). The most needed school supplies are pens, pencils, highlighters, paper, spiral notebooks, notebook dividers, calculators, index cards, USB flash drives, and backpacks.
You can also help financially by donating directly to Project 150, where 100% of your donations will towards helping homeless students.