Radix was part of yet another exciting edition of NamesCon; this time in its virtual avatar on a .Online domain at NamesCon.Online. While we missed meeting our friends in person and the fun at the after-parties; NamesCon 2021 was as good as it gets when it comes to virtual events! Kudos to the organizers for making sure that all the attendees got an immersive experience of NamesCon even remotely. We were obviously quite thrilled to e-meet all our friends in the industry and to be part of some amazing panels, keynotes, (a rap session, yes!), networking events, and so much more.Here’s a quick round-up of key highlights for Radix, a Diamond Sponsor at NamesCon 2021.
State Of The Industry: Corporate Leaders
Sandeep Ramchandani, CEO, Radix, joined the industry veterans to discuss the current landscape and look at what can be expected in the coming years.
How the Pandemic Has Favored New gTLDs
Karn Jajoo, Head of Premium Domains, Radix, joined the panel where he shared his insights on how new gTLDs have grown during the pandemic. The panel discussed statistical trends in various segments such as eCommerce, social and more.
Ryan Foland And His Take On New Domains In The Marketing & Personal Branding Space
Neha Naik, Director of Channel Partnerships, Radix, took the stage to interview Ryan Foland, a four-time TEDx speaker, author, and consultant.
The conversation unpacked his take on new domains in the marketing and personal branding space. They also spoke about Ryan’s passion project, StickFigure.store, which was launched last year when he turned his love for drawing stick figures into an online store.
And that’s not all. Did we mention that Ryan’s also a very talented rapper? Check out this brilliant rap song that enthralled the audience at NamesCon!
Domains: Essential To Brand-Based Marketing
Neha Naik was on this panel to share her insights on how domain names are an integral part of brand marketing. The discussion also addressed how good domain names can help brands amplify their messaging.
And that’s just some of the key highlights for Radix from this year’s NamesCon. It was truly a record-setting gathering! Until next time…
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