California Dreamin’: HostingCon Global Recap

Last week, our team was very excited to be at HostingCon Global. HostingCon is the biggest event in the hosting industry in North America, with high-profile attendees interested in the latest news, technology and partnerships. The convention took place in San Diego, California, which means great location, stunning views and perfect weather.

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What did we do at HostingCon?

SpamExperts has been attending this event for 7 years now. As the industry is getting more and more competitive, this event is a great opportunity for us to do business with the largest hosting players in the industry at a global level.

Throughout the three days, there were several interesting and educational workshops and discussions, followed by fun evening parties as usual.

This year we were Platinum Sponsors for the second year in a row and also a co-sponsor of the WHIR party, both of which were extremely well organized and packed with people. Just in case you missed us, we attended with a large team of 6: Sam, Dreas, Ivan, Georgiana, Luana and Serban.

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SpamExperts interviews – we love hearing what our partners have to say!

There was some buzz at our booth during the exhibition hours when we took some cool interviews with our clients, partners and friends from the industry. We cannot wait to see what came out! As they are now in production, keep following us on social media to find out when we release them.
We would like to thank all the participants who visited our booth. Hope to see you next year at HostingCon in New Orleans! In the meantime, check where our team is traveling next. Get in touch early on to set up a meeting.

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