IDN Event Agenda Posted & Location Announced

There will be a one evening IDN Event held in New York City on Saturday, October 30, 2010. The Event will be held at Haru Sushi, located at 280 Park Avenue in Manhattan, which happens to be a great sushi restaurant.

The organizers are already ahead of what they expected in terms of attendees at this time, so they had to move the event to a larger Haru, which can accommodate more people. I will be speaking at the conference, although my topic won’t be IDN domain names.

The full agenda has been posted online, and it looks like it will be a good opportunity for networking. From what I understand, there will be a number of IDN experts, IDN investors, and other domain investors in attendance.

If you are an IDN investor or you are interested in learning more about the space, I recommend that you attend. Until October 20, the cost is just $99 for a ticket, which is affordable when you consider that it comes with a sushi dinner, which can run you $100 alone in some NYC restaurants. After October 20, the ticket cost jumps to $275.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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