with two days of activities in midtown Manhattan focusing on the interests of members of the startup community. An impressive list of super-star mentors, speakers and panel participants will be on hand to help conference attendees learn the essential information anyone involved in or considering getting into a startup needs, including how to create a startup, the art of raising money and successful management techniques.
Seminars, workshops and programs offered over the course of the two-day event will feature recognized experts in digital branding, trade show marketing, social media branding and more to educate and share information and ideas with conference participants. Participants will have the unique opportunity to hear what investors and incubators are looking for in a startup.
Great job Gentlemen. To put that together in 4 months is quite an accomplishment. The content was the best I have seen at a “domain” conference. Now I may be the only one who thinks like this, but I want to thank you for not having parties scheduled that start at 9 pm and go until daybreak. Not only does it ruin the attendance the next day, but little gets accomplished.
It’s hard to summarize all the excellent speakers, panels, and topics that were packed into two days… A big thank you is owed to all the NameSummit co-founders, presenters, and attendees for two days of invaluable insights.
The venue and the quality of content are high and it’s always beautiful to meet with friends and connect with new marketers and domainers.
Despite being a first-year show, NameSummit was able to attract A list speakers from all of the fields the conference set out to cover.
What a killer conference – seriously good. Best speaker line up (most of whom I hadn’t heard of, but each of whom were clearly carefully curated – added so much value). Amazing! Absolutely spectacular and well worth the trip from the UK.
Great shows! What I really like is the focus on digital branding and New York as the host city. Branding will endure, as both “traffic” and domains become less central. What matters above all is that those who attended want to go back and tell others.