When it comes to the web business, it’s impossible to overestimate the importance of networking. Of course, anyone can network and make promising new professional contacts online, but there’s simply no substitute for being able to do it in person. Today’s major expos and domain-related networking events provide an excellent way to do exactly that.
If you’ve never been to DomainFest in particular, then it’s high time you considered making an appearance. Proudly presented by DomainSponsor, DomainFest is a multi-national event dedicated to bringing web professionals of all types together to rub elbows, learn about new advancements in the industry, and have a good time in general.
This year’s 2014 event will run from Monday, March 31st to Wednesday, April 2nd. Sessions and events will be taking place throughout the day and evening, so be sure to visit the event website at www.domainfest.com for scheduling details.
Who Comes to DomainFest?
Attendees literally hail from all over the world, traveling from Canada, the United States, Asia, Europe, and even Australia. They run the gamut from domain industry superstars to those that are just beginning to get their feet wet in the business. Some are looking to get a feel for what the industry has to offer in general. Others are already managing expansive and highly comprehensive business portfolios consisting of thousands or even millions of domains.
Plus, the sponsor list reads like an elite who’s who line-up of all the major movers and shakers in the web industry. They include crowd funding networking firms and individual angels. However, they also include private equity and venture firms who will be in attendance looking for the next big thing. Brand new mobile, online, and domain-related businesses also have an opportunity to be showcased at DomainFest.
Fantastic Resources Startups Won’t Want to Miss Out On
DomainFest is well known for its collection of fantastic resources for internet startups of all sizes and the 2014 event will be no exception. Not only will plenty of investors be in attendance, but the festival on the whole offers access to valuable seminars, speakers, sessions, and other such treasures. Target startups cover a wide range of possible interests from mobile web building to social media marketing and more.
This is in addition to the extensive contact web entrepreneurs will have to major web entities. Past DomainFest events have featured attendees from Facebook, Twitter, GoDaddy, Microsoft, and just about any other big name in the business that you can imagine.
DomainFest 2014 will feature more than 25 fantastically enriching workshops, sessions, and events. There is also a wonderful line-up of A-list keynote speakers to look forward to hearing from. Monday, social media expert and app developer Gary Vaynerchuk will be speaking, followed by mobile commerce pioneer, Jeff Sass and domain extension founder, Daniel Negari on Tuesday. Wednesday speakers include GoDaddy’s vice president of domains, Rich Merdinger and Donuts co-founder, Dan Schindler.
World Class Entertainment
DomainFest is so much more than a great networking event for web professionals. It’s also a great opportunity to have a good time. This year’s entertainment highlights include a fantastic kick-off party and reception at the Loews Hotel on Hollywood Boulevard.
Tuesday will treat attendees to this year’s VIP event, a private concert featuring Grammy award winners, Stone Temple Pilots with Chester Bennington. At present, the location of the concert is still a secret to be disclosed to official attendees at the time of check-in to safeguard the exclusivity of the event. Be sure to wear your badge when you arrive!
The final night of the event will feature another party at Skybar on Sunset Boulevard. Come enjoy the view, the company, and one of the hottest nightlife scenes in Los Angeles today all at the same time.
Be There or Be Square
Those interested in attending DomainFest 2014 are invited to visit www.domainfest.com for more information and current ticket prices. Advance full-conference passes are currently on sale, as are one-day passes for any particular day of the event. Attendees will also be able to register at the door for a higher price.
Those with questions can address them via an on-site contact form at the event website above. They may also connect with event directors via Twitter and Facebook for easy access to the latest news, developments, and information.