Poll: Are You Going to NamesCon?

Earlier this week, NamesCon founder Richard Lau posted an update on Facebook announcing that NamesCon was closing in on 500 confirmed attendees so far. I understand that conference organizers are  expecting to have close to 800 attendees at the event this year.  This would be a sizeable jump compared to last year’s inaugural event which saw around 600 conference attendees.

I am registered to attend the conference, and I am wondering if you are planning to go as well.

NamesCon will be held next month at the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas from January 11-14, 2015. Many of the largest domain industry companies will have representatives in attendance, if not tradeshow booths or other sponsorships. The agenda has not yet been released, but I presume there will be a variety of panels, speakers, and events for people who have differing interests related to domain names and domain investing.

Vote in the poll below to share whether or not you are planning on attending the conference. You are welcome to share your reasons for attending or not attending in the comment section below.

Elliot Silver
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