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DomainSponsor (domain monetisation business of Oversee.net) have announced they are presenting DomainFest in Amsterdam. The event is a two-day regional seminar and networking event created to respond to domainers needs in the European business environment. It will take place on May 16-17, 2007 at the Hilton Amsterdam Hotel.
DOMAINfest Amsterdam is open to everyone interested in the domain industry and brings together domainers for casual or structured networking opportunities (high value content sessions). The event will focus on issues relevant to success in the domains business, (including industry trends, finance, risk management, PPC trends and the secondary market).
"A regional DOMAINfest in Amsterdam is an excellent opportunity for European domainers to gather and brainstorm about issues affecting their business. As the fastest growth sector of the global domain space, the European market has specific regional issues that will spark interesting debate and discussion. It is a model for emerging domain markets and there is much to be learned from our European colleagues. Following the tradition of past conferences, the agenda will be comprised of topics suggested by our fellow domainers and sponsors." said Ron Sheridan, (Director of Business Development for DomainSponsor).
A special early registration rate (valid through April 30th), is $395, (the normal fee is $495). Speaker and sponsorship applications are accepted until April 15th. To register or get information on DOMAINfest, including exhibit, speaker, and sponsorship opportunities, visit their website.
DomainSponsor leads in domain monetization and has served domain owners since 2002. Monetising over two and a half million Domain Names, it has over100 million unique visitors a month.
Oversee.net are a technology-driven media company with cores businesses in domain services and online marketing. The Company have over 150 employees, have been growing profitably since inception and have recently been named "Internet and New Media Company of the Year" by the Technology Council of Southern California.