Frequently Asked Questions
What is the date/time of the event?
Thursday, January 30th, 2014 from 6-9pm at the top of the Space Needle! We have the Seattle room reserved with balcony access and views of downtown Seattle, ferries on Elliott Bay, EMP, Lake Union, Cascade Mountains, Science Center and Capitol Hill.
Can I bring my significant other?
Sure. The more the merrier. Plus, maybe they’ll see why we think this is such an exciting area and want to learn to do investing or development themselves!
Can my company sponsor the event, in part or in whole?
Sure. Let’s talk. Contact DNSeattle.com event organizer Michael Cyger.
Other questions? Want to volunteer?
Shoot an email to DNSeattle.com event organizer Michael Cyger.
What Happens When All 45 Tickets Are Sold Out?
We’ll likely have a wait list. Email to DNSeattle.com event organizer Michael Cyger.
You mentioned door prizes…what kind?
- One (1) iPhone 5s *unlocked* or an iPad AIR (a $499+ value) from Estibot.com to a lucky winner
- Everyone receives a 60-day free trial to EstiBot and Dropping at the Advanced level (a $99/customer/service/month, totaling about $400/customer) (not applicable to existing customers; not transferrable) from Estibot.com and Dropping.com
- Three (3) winners of a 6-month Pro memberships to DomainTools loaded with report credits and other neato stuff (a $300-$1000 value each) from DomainTools.com
Not only will you have a great time, learn something and network with other domain name entrepreneurs and investors, but you’re going to go home with some awesome schwag.
Sign up today before all the spots are taken! Contact Michael Cyger if you’d like to offer a door prize.
What should I wear?
Whatever you feel comfortable in. But remember, first impressions last. If you’re looking to find a development gig with a partner that owns a killer domain or sell some inventory, dress to impress; don’t show up in tattered jeans and a smelly t-shirt.
What should I bring?
Business cards are so 1990, but they do work — meet an interesting guy/gal and you can easily exchange information. Don’t have cards, just print something up on paper…make it fun, interesting, put a joke on it, make it memorable.
Oh, and bring a pen and some paper to take notes, ideas, etc.
If you want to promote your business, bring some tchotchkes (yes, that’s how you spell it).
Can I stay late and party?
“You don’t have to go home but you can’t stay here.”
We’ll find a location close by where we can take the conversation later than the scheduled meetup time.