NamesCon: 500 guests and a lingerie show!

NamesCon has crossed the 500 guest line, making it the most attended domain conference ever most attended domain conference in recent years.

As an added bonus, the opening night networking party will be extending its area into additional hotel space, and right next to a fashion lingerie show.

NamesCon + Fashion lingerie =  WIN!

NamesCon + Fashion lingerie = WIN!

That is a great convergence of business, and an opportunity to pitch .Sexy domains to the lingerie models, and the throngs of haute couture participants.

Who knows, maybe even Bina Bitterman – the Domain Socialite – might be there! 😀

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4 Responses to “NamesCon: 500 guests and a lingerie show!”
  1. fizz says:

    For how long has she Bina Bitterman?

  2. Richard says:

    Just saw this article — While wish it was true, I think to be accurate you would need to replace “ever” with in a few years. So while it is impressive that we have been able to pass the 500 guest mark on a show that is was announced only three months ago, it is not the largest domain conference ever. Plus most ICANN conferences are larger than NamesCon.

  3. DomainGang says:

    Richard – I tend to exclude ICANN conferences as non-domainer gatherings, but rather, as sponsored gatherings of the domain elite 😀 At NamesCon, you and your team have made an amazing job coordinating this conference in such a short amount of time.

    From Jothan, earlier today: At NamesCon we are breaking the record for the number of Sessions (30), the number of Keynote speakers (6), and we have at or about 100 speakers and panelists. Also, as I compose this, we are crossing the horizon of 525 attendees, and there are two large outreach campaigns still underway that are driving additional registrations, so we may expect as many as 600 or more attendees.

  4. Adam Dicker says:

    Definitely suggest cameras at this one! 😉

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