“We are thrilled to be working with The Phoenix Forum in 2018 to help make the industry’s signature event even more social,” said Lauren MacEwen, chief strategist and CEO of 7Veils.com “Having seen the impact that the show has had on my own business and on the businesses of so many other companies in adult, I see it as an important responsibility to make the show as accessible to newcomers as it can be while also maintaining the level of discretion and familial camaraderie many who have been in this industry for decades expect of the show.
“Working with CCBill in the broader sense on a year round basis should facilitate greater reach for the show itself and will hopefully make the CCBill team even more accessible between events as well.”
7Veils launched in 2014, nearly two decades after the CCBill brand and The Phoenix Forum were born.
MacEwen said that 7Veils has attracted dozens of noteworthy brands in adult and in other verticals as well by demonstrating the ability to attract and monetize traffic via several different social media channels including Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, Instagram, Tumblr and more.
“I can’t imagine anyone being more social than Lauren MacEwen, and after getting to know the whole team at 7Veils I have been impressed with the professionalism that permeates all that they do,” said Gary Jackson, CCBill’s vice president of sales and marketing.
“We originally had a smaller deal in mind, but the more we talked the more it made sense to work together on a more enduring basis. We are expecting a lot from working with 7Veils and knowing Lauren, I am quite confident that they will deliver all that and more.”