HostingCon Launches Enhanced Networking Opportunities for Event Attendees
(The Hosting News) – Attendees at the 10th annual HostingCon, the premier industry conference and trade show for hosting and cloud providers, have a new option to enhance their networking opportunities before arriving to the event.
The new networking system is known as HostingCon Connect2Meet. It takes the event’s popular HostingCon Connect feature to the next level. The service allows full conference attendees to reserve semi-private table space to hold meetings at HostingCon. Throughout the 3-day event, attendees will be able to reserve meeting space in the exhibit hall’s networking lounge and in a semi-private meeting room adjacent to the educational sessions to review presentations, discuss potential partnerships and share new business ideas.
“We’re excited to help HostingCon attendees make the most of their networking time at the event,” says Kevin Gold, Conference Chair HostingCon. “Now it’s even easier to connect with the people you want to meet most at the conference–just message them using HostingCon Connect and reserve a space for your meeting. It’s an easier way to get more business done.”
HostingCon Connect enables attendees to get in touch with other attendees and exhibitors they want to meet prior to the conference. Full conference attendees are able to reserve 3 one-hour time blocks to hold meetings—enabling them to have key meetings at reserved locations before they even get on the plane.
HostingCon is the premiere industry conference and trade show for hosting and cloud providers. In its tenth year, HostingCon connects the industry including hosting and cloud providers, MSPs, ISVs and other Internet infrastructure providers who make the Internet work to network, learn and grow. HostingCon is an iNET Interactive event. For details about HostingCon, visit HostingCon.
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