NamesCon 2020 early-bird registration is now open

NamesCon

NamesCon 2020 early-bird registration is now open with early-bird tickets costing $349. Ticket prices go up to $499 on July 31.

“Get ready to experience the evolution of NamesCon— our flagship event become the largest and most anticipated domain industry event of the year, and now we’re moving to Austin to establish the Domain Economic Forum.

This domain-focused conference will highlight the economy that is built around domain names, serving as an invitation for the domain industry’s main players to re-establish themselves in the context of a larger tech sphere. Together we’ll make the most of the entrepreneurial and creative elements of this tech-forward city. Through industry-leader keynotes, expert panels, hands-on workshops, and a live domain auction, you’ll come face to face with the entire ecosystem of the domain-name economy like never before.

Registration for NamesCon Global 2020 is now open, and we’re offering early-bird tickets for just $349. It’s a Texas-sized deal. Act soon, though: prices go up to $499 on July 31.”

GET READY FOR A BRAND-NEW NAMESCON

“Leaving Las Vegas means putting on a new kind of event. Instead of being stuck in one venue, exploring our host city becomes part of the experience: think of it as more like a campus than a single event space.

When you think of Austin, what comes to mind? Amazing music, cutting-edge tech, and fantastic BBQ. We’ll be highlighting all three. We’re using the Capital Factory as our hub: it’s the beating heart of entrepreneurship in Texas, with over 200,000 annual participants in its projects, workshops, and events. From there, it’s a stone’s throw to the eating, drinking, and music venues we’ll be using to deliver a 360-degree experience. Can you tell we’re excited?”

Date and Time

Sun, Jan 26, 2020, 10:00 AM – Wed, Jan 29, 2020, 2:00 PM EST

Location

Capital Factory
701 Brazos Street
Austin, TX 78701
United States

NamesCon 2020

NamesCon’s flagship event has grown to be the largest and most anticipated domain industry event of the year, and now it’s time for an evolution. NamesCon will mesh with the city of Austin, Texas to make the most of the entrepreneurial and creative elements of this tech-forward city. Through industry-leader keynotes, expert panels, hands-on workshops, and a live domain auction, come face to face with the entire ecosystem of the domain-name economy. You are certain to expand your business network as well as your mind. Invest in your future success at NamesCon Global, January 26 – 29, 2020 in Austin!

Location

We’ve partnered with the Capital Factory for our conference hub. We will take over their downtown Austin location with the Exhibition Area, Break-Out Stage and Workshops, as well as meeting and lounge areas. Keynotes, partner workshops, and the live domain auction will be within a five-minute walk from the hub to allow a seamless agenda.

The Capital Factory is right in the heart of Austin, with a wide variety of food and hotel options within easy reach.

Organizer of NamesCon Global 2020

WorldHostingDays, producer of NamesCon, CloudFest, and more

Since its founding in 2013, NamesCon has grown into the largest and most anticipated domain industry event of the year. With the explosive growth of new TLDs and rapid expansion of internet connectivity worldwide, the domain industry promises to remain one of the most energized and important markets in technology.

NamesCon was acquired by WorldHostingDays in 2016 so that both organizations could benefit from the synergies between the domain, hosting and cloud industries. Our teams now jointly produce more than ten industry events internationally each year, from blockbuster global shows to highly focused regional events and invite-only CXO retreats.

REGISTER FOR NAMESCON GLOBAL 2020 TODAY

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About Konstantinos Zournas

Konstantinos studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London and lives in Athens, Greece. He loves domains and building websites. He is online since 1995, learned about html in 1996 and got into domains in 2002. He started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.

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