Domaining Europe 2015 Will Feature Adam Dicker, Braden Pollock, Michele Neylon, Paul Keating

domaining-spainDomaining Europe 2015 that will be held again in Valencia, Spain from the 23rd to the 25th of April will feature Adam Dicker as a keynote speaker.

Adam Dicker is going to open the conference with a keynote address: “News in the Domain World 2015 and beyond!” Braden Pollock ( and Michele Neylon ( will moderate this event.

Domaining Europe also announced the participation of Paul Reynor Keating ( and
Jorge Campanillas ( as well as Professor Mónica Lastiri who just published her book about commercialization of Domains in a legal aspect.

Carlos Blanco, a well known “Spanish Business Angel” and a domain investor will give his view on the startup scene in Europe.

There will also be 5 startups that will be given the opportunity to present there pitches to the audience.

This year Domaining Europe is going to support KIVA and has opened the Group

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Dietmar Stefitz is doing a great job organizing the event. Some of the discussions that will be covered are the following:

  • Geo Tld’s
  • How to avoid your Domain being stolen
  • How is .com doing
  • News on the newGTLD scene
  • Startups and Domains
  • Domain Tools and APPS
  • Domains and SEO
  • The new WHOIS and how it will affect the Registrant
  • News on the Development side for Domains
  • The role of Europe in our Industry
  • ccTLD’s and New GTLD’s
  • How should ICANN spend the auction proceeds
  • Should a big part go into awareness and Marketing of new GTLD’s

This is the 7th European Domaining Conference in Europe. is a media partner of Domaining Europe 2015.


About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the blog in 2012.

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