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NamesCon Global 2022

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About NamesCon Global 2022

NamesCon brings you rich and actionable insights into the complex world of digital assets, featuring domain names, NFTs, and emerging elements of the new economy—so you can find and act upon new opportunities. NamesCon Global is our flagship event, bringing together the people who build and grow the domain-name industry. This is the place to build the strong relationships and strategic partnerships that drive this person-to-person business.
As Web3—the decentralized internet—becomes a reality, domain name investors are uniquely poised to capitalize on emerging digital assets and ownership models as well, so we make sure our attendees are exposed to the trends that are real, profitable, and growing.
Join us in Austin and engage with the forces that shape the domain-name economy and beyond—from governing and managing bodies to channels and service providers; from strategic investors to the end customer.

When and Where

Event date

Aug 31 - Sept 3, 2022

Event location

United States

Event type

Event fees

Organized by

CloudFest.com / NamesCon.com

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Audio Reviews (1)

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Mark Levine

CEO 

at Domain Theory LLC

Names con was once again a fabulous experience. I was able to attend as both an attendee and a speaker and it was just a great mix of people from the industry. a lot of great ways to share ideas and thoughts about domains, web three and everything associated with it. the dinners, the parties, the receptions, of course, all added to it, uh, all in all 100%. Excellent, great.

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BEST FOR

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2022

Reviews

Average Rating by Group

Total Reviews
6

Michael GargiuloIn Person | attendee

CEO, VPN.com

4.92/5

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We had an excellent time learning and networking at the largest domain conference in the world, we always look forward to the next NamesCon.
What did you like best about the event?
Overall, I enjoyed seeing many old friends, hanging out, attending sessions, and witnessing changes to the tides of domains including changes to the parking sector of our industry, and handshake domains. etc.
What could the organizers do to improve the event?
Overall, the event was smooth, easy, well planned, and packed full of learning and insights. However, I wish we may be rotated the American cities we had events in for NamesCon Global. For instance, Austin, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, and Washington DC could help spice up the actual location. I know it's very difficult to plan all the details out in a new city but a healthy rotation would keep the conference fresh and new (even for repeat attendees) year to year.
Did you have a favourite speaker or session? Please tell us below
Jeff Gabriel
Overall experience
5.00/5
Value for money
5.00/5
Networking opportunities
5.00/5
Usefulness of participating vendors/sponsors
5.00/5
Session(s)
5.00/5
Amount of new information learned
5.00/5
Overall In Person Experience
Event destination
4.00/5
Event venue
5.00/5
Food and beverages at event
5.00/5
Helpfulness of event staff
5.00/5

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Mark LevineIn Person | speaker

CEO, Domain Theory LLC

4.58/5

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Another Great Namescon!
What did you like best about the event?
Of course, having it in person. Also, the sessions provided great information. And, as always, the informal learning and networking that happens in the halls, at dinners, and parties are always next level. Finally, I thought the companies that had booths at Namescon were the perfect choices. Many of them I do business with and it was so easy to meet with them to discuss their products and services as they relate to my needs.
What could the organizers do to improve the event?
The event was well done. I don't have any suggestions to improve the event. I appreciated being invited as a panelist.
Overall experience
5.00/5
Networking opportunities
5.00/5
Technical support for setting up the session
5.00/5
Interactivity with the audience
5.00/5
Quality of the audience
5.00/5
Overall In Person Experience
Event destination
2.00/5
Event venue
5.00/5
Food and beverages at event
3.00/5
Helpfulness of event staff
5.00/5

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Audio Transcript
Names con was once again a fabulous experience. I was able to attend as both an attendee and a speaker and it was just a great mix of people from the industry. a lot of great ways to share ideas and thoughts about domains, web three and everything associated with it. the dinners, the parties, the receptions, of course, all added to it, uh, all in all 100%. Excellent, great.

Aishwin VikhonaIn Person | attendee

Founder, iLoveDomains.com

4.89/5

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Must visit for Networking, attending expert sessions, learning, and lots of fun.
What did you like best about the event?
The choice of the topic in the sessions was amazing, I learned a lot. Also, I met some interesting people who I am going to stay connected with over social media.
What could the organizers do to improve the event?
They should bring more stories from investors about how they sold the domain. This could help a lot more domain investors.
Did you have a favourite speaker or session? Please tell us below
Logan Flatt, Jeff Gabriel, Sten from New Venture, Braden
Overall experience
5.00/5
Value for money
5.00/5
Networking opportunities
5.00/5
Usefulness of participating vendors/sponsors
5.00/5
Session(s)
4.00/5
Amount of new information learned
4.00/5
Overall In Person Experience
Event destination
5.00/5
Event venue
5.00/5
Food and beverages at event
5.00/5
Helpfulness of event staff
5.00/5

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Joe UddemeIn Person | attendee

Director, Name Experts

2.53/5

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Good Event, timing was not good up against labor day in the US and kids going back to school. That's why you had a lower turnout and people leaving early.
What did you like best about the event?
Seeing old connections and meeting a couple of new people along the way is always great. It was also great to be with friends of the ICA.
What could the organizers do to improve the event?
Please stop with the pay-to-play model. The event should be about industry experts, not the ones with the deepest pockets. 80 percent of all sessions were sponsored? That is not indicative of a true industry conference. The auction is a nice touch, but ONLY no reserve names should make the auction.
Did you have a favourite speaker or session? Please tell us below
Stevan Lieberman, how to write a contract.
Overall experience
3.00/5
Value for money
3.00/5
Networking opportunities
3.00/5
Usefulness of participating vendors/sponsors
2.00/5
Session(s)
2.00/5
Amount of new information learned
1.00/5
Overall In Person Experience
Event destination
4.00/5
Event venue
4.00/5
Food and beverages at event
2.00/5
Helpfulness of event staff
3.00/5

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Mark LevineIn Person | speaker

CEO, Domain Theory

4.75/5

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Best NamesCon Yet!
What did you like best about the event?
There was a big emphasis on community and much onsite networking and social events took place at the venue. Also, the speakers and panels provided valuable information.
What could the organizers do to improve the event?
While Austin is a fine city, there is a desire by many to return to Las Vegas and/or another location where it's more convenient for people (especially international) to get to without taking many extra flights.
Overall experience
5.00/5
Networking opportunities
5.00/5
Technical support for setting up the session
5.00/5
Interactivity with the audience
5.00/5
Quality of the audience
5.00/5
Overall In Person Experience
Event destination
3.00/5
Event venue
5.00/5
Food and beverages at event
4.00/5
Helpfulness of event staff
5.00/5

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MattIn Person | sponsor

CEO, BODIS

3.92/5

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Good experiencing meeting everyone that we haven't connected with in several years. Happy overall.
What did you like best about the event?
Tight knit event. Everyone in one place. Easy to meet people. No distractions. No hiccups (registration, badge, sponsorship, etc)
What could the organizers do to improve the event?
Different venue every 2-3 years to prevent stagnation and to keep the events exciting. More food/drinks if possible. Possibly add an exciting external event on one of the last days, eg like Magic Castle years back at a different conference, etc.
Overall experience
4.00/5
Engagement opportunities with the audience
5.00/5
Fit of the audience for my company
3.00/5
ROI on spend
3.00/5
Positive brand exposure
5.00/5
Overall In Person Experience
Event destination
4.00/5
Event venue
3.00/5
Food and beverages at event
3.00/5
Helpfulness of event staff
5.00/5

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