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Domaining Europe Goes To The Hague

There aren’t that many domain focussed events held in Europe. Domaining Europe, which is now in its 8th year, is probably the biggest. Up until this year the event was always held in Valencia, Spain, but for 2016 the event organisers decided to move it to The Hague. I’ve been attending the event for the […]

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Madrid Here We Come!

Tomorrow I’ll be heading off to Madrid for the first of two “Domaining Spain” events. Friday’s event, which is being held in downtown Madrid, will cover several aspects of the current domain industry and how it relates to both domain investors and entrepreneurs. It’ll be followed in couple of weeks by another event this time […]

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APWG eCrime Research Syncup Barcelona

I’ve been a member of the APWG for several years, but for a variety of reasons I’ve never been able to attend any of their events. The APWG was originally the “anti-phishing working group”, but its role and remit has changed over the years, as have the cybercrime threats that we all have to deal […]

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Off to Valencia for Domaining Europe

I’m delighted and honoured to be speaking and moderating at Domaining Europe later this week in Valencia, Spain. This year’s event will see over 100 attendees from Europe and beyond coming together in Valencia to swap experiences about the domain name industry in 2015. Topics being covered this year range from marketing, legal issues to […]

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Domaining Spain 2014 Here We Come

Domaining Spain is being held again this year in Valencia. And I’m delighted to be both speaking on several panels as well as moderating several more. Last year’s conference had a very good turnout and there were some excellent sessions covering a broad range of topics. This year, now that new TLDs are a reality, […]

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