LALEXPO Live Cam Event Set for July 12-14

MEDELLIN, Colombia — The Latin American Livecams Expo (LALEXPO) will hold its second gathering in Medellin, Colombia, July 12-14, the organizers announced.

The annual B2B event marks the first time an event like this has been held in Medellin.

LALEXPO officials said the show brings together adult entertainment leaders from around the world and introduces them to the ever-growing adult business infrastructure. This year’s event will feature workshops and seminars of interest to anyone in the adult industry; not just live cam companies.

Medellin was chosen in part because it is the center of industry and technology in Colombia with a rich history, according to the organizers.

Last year’s event drew more than 500 attendees. This year, the show expects more than 800 attendees, thanks in large part to the new venue and the increase in popularity of online adult entertainment, especially live cams.

Some of this year’s expanded sponsorship opportunities include, live cam sites, payment and payroll solutions, adult talent agencies, talent opportunities, production companies, solo model sites and programs, software solutions for models and cam studios, and international studios and models.

This year’s event will also include a “fan day," giving fans a chance to interact with hundreds of cam models from Colombia as well as the U.S. and Europe.

For more information on the event, email info@lalexpo.com.

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