Domain Convergence Conference in Montreal

Domain ConvergenceThe Domain Convergence conference will be happening once again in Montreal, Canada in a week and a half. The two day conference will take place at La Place D’Arms Hotel and Suites from May 12-13. Domain Convergence was found by, and is organized by Frank Michlick, who is also a co-founder of Domain Name News.

According to the conference website, “Domain Convergence is an exclusive gathering of domain name owners, developers, investors and entrepreneurs. Engineered for intimate attendance and maximum interaction between attendees, Domain Convergence is a hands-on, all-inclusive two-day intellectual extravaganza. Free from the hectic pace of most conferences, Domain Convergence is an opportunity for domainers from all over the world to share their experiences and new innovations in domaining and Internet Technology. Attendees will learn how to become better domainers by utilizing non-traditional methods and gaining new perspectives.”

If you want to attend the conference, registration is still available. Tickets are C $599.00 per person, and there are about 60 spaces that can be filled. You can also check out the agenda before booking your trip.

My wife is graduating from graduate school that weekend (5 year doctoral program in Clinical Psychology), so I won’t be able to make it up to Montreal for this conference.

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  1. @Emma: I don’t think it’s expensive – it close to covers our cost generally and is cheaper than many other industry events. If you haven’t made a penny with domain names you probably have not been doing the right things though.

    In any case, it appears you weren’t the only one who thought they should not attend:

    I am sorry to inform you that the DomainConvergence conference,
    originally scheduled to be held next week here in Montreal (May 12/13) is canceled due to lack of registrations. All paid registration fees will be refunded and sponsors will be compensated.

    As the attendance numbers would better suit a more intimate gathering, a domainer dinner and night on the town will be held on the evening of Thursday May 12th followed by a breakfast on May 13th.

    A personal note:
    I am sorry for the short notice and apologize for the inconvenience caused by the event’s cancellation. My aim for Domain Convergence is to create the opportunity for domainers and domain professionals to come together and share experiences that inspire growth and innovation. I hope that despite the cancellation of Domain Convergence, you will continue to reach out to each other and continue that dialogue.

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