NamesCon Black Friday Deal

NamesCon conference organizers are offering a special Black Friday deal on conference passes. To promote the special offer, NamesCon is using NamesCon.BlackFriday as a forwarder to the offer page within the conference website.

The special deal is $599 for 2 tickets for the conference or $399 for 1 ticket to the conference (travel and hotel accommodations aren’t included obviously). The current list price for a conference pass seems to be $599.00 + a fee of $27.92, according to the EventBrite booking page.

Conference organizers are also offering special pricing deals on meeting rooms next to the exhibition hall. These deals are aimed at corporate sponsors.

As of last week, it was announced that around 700 attendees are confirmed for the conference, and the organizers are expecting 1,000 attendees. This will most likely be the largest domain industry conference of the year. The conference agenda is starting to take shape, and special events are beginning to be announced.

NamesCon will be held January 10-13 at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas. I will be arriving late on January 9th and have started to put some meetings on my calendar. Let me know if you would like me to set some time aside to meet.

Elliot Silver
Elliot Silver
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