Day one of NamesCon was all about settling into the conference and venue layout, meeting new people, and finding your lane of expertise and interest amongst the many information-packed sessions.
With Day one jitters behind us, Day two of NamesCon was about going deeper in old and newly found relationships, empowering everyone to do what it is they do well as presentd by Aman Bhutani — CEO of GoDaddy, and of course, awards and the much anticipated live domain auction.
As for Day three of NamesCon, it too would move the bar of excellence higher, especially pertaining to generational domain investing and prudent estate planning for domain portfolios.
But more on that in a moment.
First things first, Day three of NamesCon kicked off with a packed Keynote Hall eagerly waiting to hear from James Booth about his winding domain investing journey as a domain broker — “Phenomenal Keynote: Fireside Discussion with James Booth of Phenom.com”.