ICANN 48 Meeting in Buenos Aires

ICANN 48 meeting will be held in the South American city of Buenos Aires, Argentina from November 17-21, 2013. Earlier this month, I posted a poll on my blog asking readers if they have a desire to attend an ICANN meeting. Although there were only 25 votes cast, the vast majority of responders have an interest in attending.

The ICANN meeting website has been launched, and it contains all the information you need to know in order to make plans to attend this meeting. Unfortunately, it looks like the Sheraton Buenos Aires Hotel & Convention Center (where the meeting takes place) is already sold out, as is the Park Tower hotel. ICANN lists three additional local hotels, and I am sure you can find other hotels in close proximity to the meeting if you look elsewhere.

Buenos Aires is a great city, and from what I’ve heard from various attendees, you can learn quite a bit from an ICANN conference. The best part, perhaps, is that the ICANN meetings are free to attend.

If you can’t make it to Buenos Aires but want to listen in on the meetings, most of the meetings and seminars are broadcast live online, and you can also watch videos of presentations after they’ve been made.

Perhaps I will see you in Buenos Aires.

Thanks to Kevin Murphy for the tip.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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