Paysite Meetup Set for XBIZ Miami

Paysite Meetup Set for XBIZ Miami

LOS ANGELES — The next gathering of Paysite Meetup, presented by Vendo and, will be held at XBIZ Miami on Wednesday, May 30, organizers said today.

XBIZ Miami returns to the Mondrian Hotel from Tues., May 29 through Fri., June 1.

The exclusive, one-day event for paysite pros was created to bring operators together to learn from each other and to discuss important topics directly affecting the paysite market.

Vendo’s Mitch Platt says he is excited to take the Paysite Meetup to Miami after receiving such great feedback from the elite event at January’s XBIZ Show in Los Angeles.

“This year we are pushing our own boundaries,” Platt explains. “[We are] bringing an experience charged with transformative topics such as the state of technology in 2018, regulatory changes on the horizon, key paysite-centric topics and a surprise team dynamic that will make Miami a one of a kind event.”

Due to limited space, access to Paysite Meetup is reserved for operators of qualified membership-based websites.

The Paysite Meetup is intended for professionals who create content that people want and pay them money to get; who want to share their knowledge with other people who do the same things as they do; and who want to learn from other participants, too.

“Paysite Meetup has proven to be a great addition to our event programs, providing paysite players with even more value,” XBIZ Events Director Moe Helmy said. “This assemblage of paysite pros and the affiliates that support them, are a tremendous resource that makes the Paysite Meetup so invaluable for success today in the premium content marketplace.”

In addition to XBIZ Miami, Paysite Meetup is set to return later this year at XBIZ Berlin in September.

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