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2017 | 02
Our team had a very productive time at NamesCon last month but there’s no rest for the weary and we’re off to our next event: Domain Pulse in Vienna. We have a full event lineup planned for this year, crisscrossing the globe and expanding on conferences attended in the past.
This month’s newsletter edition includes highlights from our time at Namescon, Domain Deals, Broker recommendations as well as an introduction to our Domain Brand Protection Service and more.
1. NamesCon This year was the fourth annual NamesCon and the event was even more impressive than ever. We had a large team in attendance including Sedo CEO Tobias Flaitz, CSO Dima Beitzke, several of our brokers and Business Development team. If you missed the event, our colorful and engaging booth is featured in this facebook album.
We attracted a lot of visitors and benefitted from the convergence of ideas and people from all different areas of the industry. Several of the Sedo crew participated on panels, one of the ever-present hot topics continues to be China and its influence on domain sales. Sedo broker and one of our in-house experts on the Chinese market Negar Hijakhani presented on the China Masterclass panel.
3. Sedo to Bring Registries to WHD Conference Sedo has been selected as the official partner for Registries by WorldHostingDays 2017 (WHD), the international series of conferences for the Hosting and Cloud industry. WorldHostingDays conferences are an ideal platform for this with more than 6,500 attendees from the Hosting and Registrar arena all in one spot.
Partnering registries will have a space at the Sedo booth with exposure to relevant industry giants like 1&1, EIG, web.com and many more providing a unique opportunity not typical of their everyday business dealings. Read more
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