and Highlights from the Final 24 Hours at the SedoPro
Partners Forum in Key West, Florida
4th annual SedoPro Partners Forum
at the Casa Marina Resort in Key West, Florida
Friday afternoon (Oct. 9). Our last post brought you up
to date on meeting highlights through Thursday
afternoon. That evening guests were treated to a gourmet
dinner on the waterfront deck of one of Key West's most
popular restaurants - The Strip House.
Sundberg (left) and Sedo Co-Founder Ulrich
during the Thursday night dinner at The Strip House
restaurant in Key West.
dinner, everyone headed to the grand ballroom at the
Casa Marina Resort for a 1920's themed gala complete
with flapper girls and a great live band.
A scene from the Thursday night gala during the SedoPro
Two photos blow: Guests enjoy the show before hitting
the dance floor themselves.
that the gala would keep everyone up late Thursday
night, the final business session of the conference
wasn't scheduled until 10:30am Friday. That 90-minute
panel discussion on The DNA of TLDs was
moderated by Sedo's COO & General Counsel Jeremiah
Johnston and featured (left
to right in the photo below) Andrew Allemann (DomainNameWire.com),
Ron Jackson (DNJournal.com), Jeremiah Johnston,
Lance Wolak (.Org registry) and Ken Hansen
wide ranging discussion touched on a number of areas,
including ICANN's plans to roll out an unlimited
number of new gTLDs. I'll have details on this
session (and the others conducted during the conference)
in a comprehensive show review article that we will be
publishing next week.
the closing session, the curtain came down on the
SedoPro Partners Forum with a farewell buffet luncheon
on the beach.
arrivals at the farewell luncheon Friday staked out the
in this picture postcard setting on a 90-degree day in Key
as its predecessors did, this SedoPro Partners Forum
drew high praise from attendees. The annual event
alternates between Europe and the U.S. so
it will return to the other side of the Atlantic
in 2010. Sedo invites its customers to send in their
suggestions on where the next edition should be