XBIZ Summer Forum ’08 Announces Seminar, Workshop Schedule

Tom Hymes
LOS ANGELES — XBIZ has announced the seminar and workshop lineup for XBIZ Summer ’08 Forum, which takes place this summer at the refurbished Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas, July 9-11.

This year’s educational schedule, now available for viewing on the XBIZ Summer Forum website, is structured to provide maximum value for attendees while also meeting the networking and social demands of a summer trade event.

Organizers balanced the tight schedule by focusing on larger seminars in the morning and more targeted workshops in the early afternoon.

Speed Networking 2.0 events will also be interspersed throughout the day, making the job of learning about new subjects and then meeting people able to exploit newfound opportunities as simple as showing up and participating.

“We want to thank our exceptional seminar sponsors, HellHouse Media and CommerceGate, for stepping up to support our efforts to inject real substance into an event already famous for its outstanding networking opportunities,” XBIZ Director of Sales Kristen Kaye said. “We think we’ve found a great balance throughout the day, and we look forward to making the summer show more interesting and engaging than ever before.”

Seminar and workshop subjects include Marketing in Adult v2: Creative Solutions to Everyday Problems, Achieving Better Results from Online Advertising: A Traffic Workshop Presented by Traffic Dude and Legal Obscenities: The Present and Future of Obscenity Cases. The Free Speech Coalition will also be conducting its Piracy Roundtable: Intimate Groups Discuss the Plague of Piracy, which has been making the adult trade rounds and is not to be missed.

Don’t forget to register for the show soon. The first 1,000 people who register get in free, and badges are going fast.

And the special $140/night room rate is good for a limited time, so book your rooms today.

For more information about XBIZ Summer Forum ’08 seminars, events and parties, please visit www.xbizsummerforum.com.