XBIZ Berlin Drawing International Cross-Section of Companies

XBIZ Berlin Drawing International Cross-Section of Companies

BERLIN — With the first-ever XBIZ Berlin webmaster conference approaching, a rapidly growing number of industry leaders are making their travel plans to visit Germany this coming September.

Presented by TrafficPartner, XBIZ Berlin takes place Sept. 11-14 at the Catalonia Berlin Mitte Hotel, uniting the European and broader global adult business communities for a full range of educational and executive networking opportunities that will unlock the inside track on the current issues and emerging trends facing the industry today.

Among the top companies attending XBIZ Berlin are power players from the live cam space — one of the industry’s most vibrant market segments. The conference will include a dedicated educational track for the cam business on Monday, Sept. 12, from 1-5 p.m. that will comprise four sessions that cover promoting cam networks, utilizing white label sites and the latest trends in cam studios and network operations.

The premier cam players represented at XBIZ Berlin thus far include ImLive, CAM4, Flirt4Free, SkyPrivate, Streamate/Cambuilder, Camplace, AliceX/Fuckbook, Campoint, DTI/DreamWorks and VX-Cash, along with major cam studios such as Studio 20 and the M Group, among others.

In addition to cams, affiliates will find a number of other monetization opportunities on tap at XBIZ Berlin, including a number of paysite and affiliate program operators like Cherry Pimps, Your Paysite Partner, BaDoink and Grooby — brands that offer everything from amateurs to porn stars, and from transsexuals to the latest in VR porn — all in-demand products for affiliates to promote.

One thing that all affiliates, cam sites, paysite operators and more, have in common is the need for traffic.

To support the rapidly growing influence of traffic providers, XBIZ Berlin will feature a dedicated educational track offering four executive sessions detailing the ins-and-outs of buying ads, selling ads, the latest tech trends in ad networks, and an insider’s look at the state of traffic that will provide valuable information for advertisers and publishers alike.

Among the wide range of traffic players set to take part in XBIZ Berlin are TrafficPartner, ClickAdu, Juicy Ads, Traffic Force, Reporo and i-movad/MINT.

Many other companies are also looking forward to the unique opportunities presented by XBIZ Berlin, including TrafficPartner subsidiaries Sex Goes Mobile and DigitalPerformance, Affil4you, AdultCentro, Twistbox, ICM Registry, Lazeeva, Slimspots and Adult Translations.

Situated on Köpenicker Strasse, the host Catalonia Berlin Mitte Hotel is nearby local attractions such as Alexanderplatz and Berlin’s nightlife and entertainment hub of Nikoleiviertel.

Located near the Heinrich Heine Metro Station, the hotel features modernistic Berliner style, with an open, industrial feel. An included breakfast buffet, free Wi-Fi, The Kunstwerk Restaurant and on-site bar, plus the charming courtyard that serves as the center of activity for XBIZ Berlin all add to the high-value that attendees will receive at this venue.

Along with the seminars and workshops, XBIZ Berlin offers sponsored special events and other unique networking outings that builds relationships and promotes deal-making.

Limited rooms are currently available at just €109 per night ($120, U.S. dollars), which includes a full breakfast buffet, VAT and service charge.

Affiliates qualify for free registration, while members of XBIZ.net receive discounted event admission.

Stay tuned to XBIZ.com for upcoming details about XBIZ Berlin, including a preliminary show schedule and special event announcements.

For information about speaking and sponsorship opportunities, visit XBIZBerlin.com or email events@xbiz.com.

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