Web.com, a leading Web hosting and services
provider, announced today that its CEO Will Pemble will be a featured speaker
and panelist at the upcoming ISPCON conference. ISPCON, the definitive event for
wired and wireless ISPs, will be held on April 14-16, 2004 in Washington, D.C.
On Wednesday, April 14, 2004 Pemble will participate in “The ISP-CEO
Panel”, a forum where top industry executives talk shop and share business
strategies. The panelists will address issues of market conditions, industry
change and other topical themes. The session will be moderated by Elliot Noss,
President and CEO of Tucows Inc.
On Thursday, April 15, 2004, Pemble will lead the session: “Differentiating
for the long haul: how Web hosting companies can remain competitive and
profitable.Ã¢â‚¬Â In this highly energetic seminar, Pemble will address the
numerous ways in which hosting companies can stand out from the crowd and
achieve greater profits in the current climate of consolidation, commoditization
and customer churn.
Having led three previous Internet companies through every phase of a successful
business lifecycle, Will Pemble draws on two decades of diverse experience with
Internet and eBusiness development, achieving rapid success through innovative
business strategies. In raising Web.comÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s stature to a consistent ranking
among the Top 20 domain name registrars, Pemble has simultaneously expanded
service offerings and reseller programs to sustain long-term profitability and
differentiation, fostering alliances with industry-leading organizations from
all facets of Internet content and service delivery.
Now in its 11th year, ISPCON is the world’s definitive event for broadband,
email, wireless Internet, and hosting service providers.
Since 1996, Web.com has served more than 300,000 customers providing domain
names, e-mail service, Web hosting and e-commerce solutions, consistently
ranking among the Top 20 domain name providers and Web hosting companies.
Web.comÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s approach to hosting hinges on flexibility, customization and
customer control coupled with service excellence, value-added services and
highly competitive pricing. For more information on Web.com, please visit