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 1400 attendees for the January 2017 event. Four full days of informative sessions, workshops, business networking, and inspiring keynote speakers makes NamesCon the “must attend” show in the domain name industry. Your pass also includes several evening social and networking events!
While NamesCon is held in Las Vegas every January, it is considered a global show with visitors from over 40 countries worldwide. With a meticulous attention to detail the layout and agenda are formulated to maximize high quality networking between first class contacts. Attending NamesCon allows you to meet the “Who’s Who” of everyone in the domain name business.
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What People Say About NamesCon
SVP & CMO, Afilias
“Afilias has been a proud sponsor of NamesCon since it got started. This is a well-managed event that is held at the perfect time and in a convenient place. Great topics, great speakers—and lots of time for the really important stuff: networking and private meetings. NamesCon starts the year off right!”
CEO & Co-Founder, Webnames.ca
“Highlights for me were the Women in Domaining event, which offered the opportunity to meet the women in our industry; the panel I spoke on with fellow registrars and a registry; and the domain live auction.”
Registrar Operations Wrangler, Automattic
“By organizing a tightly focused framework of information presented by experts in their fields, NamesCon is a great value to new entrants to the industry. Worth every second of my time.”