CYBERSPACE—So, you’ve already secured the early-bird discount on your Webmaster Access registration when you signed up by April 1. And you’re all ready for the next step toward attending the show, which takes place September 7-10 in Amsterdam.
Wait—you didn’t take advantage of the early-bird rate? Don’t worry. You can still sign up here and save a bundle off the on-site registration fee. Registration is sponsored by Pussycash, a longtime supporter of the show.
But there’s another deal you can take full advantage of, because there is still time to get the lowest possible rate on rooms at the official hotel, the Doubletree by Hilton Amsterdam Centraal Station.
This Dutch treat offers plush, modern accommodations within walking distance of Amsterdam’s best-known attractions. And if you register before July 1, you’ll get in on the discounted rooms, which go for 232 euros. To book now, click here.
But rather than just focusing on what you can save, let’s look at what you gain by attending the adult online industry’s largest European show. More than 1,500 industry professionals flock to Webmaster Access, representing some 30 counties. It’s a diverse, exciting mix of personalities that includes all the power players you need to meet to make your business grow.
Given all it offers, Webmaster Access is cheap at any price. Attendees get access to networking events packed with decision makers from the top companies, educational seminars led by recognized experts in their fields, and social events that allow you to seamlessly mix business and pleasure. And the event also offers [email protected], a programming track devoted to the LGBTQ community.
To optimize their experience at Webmaster Access, attendees are strongly urged to stay at the Double Tree by Hilton. The venue is designed to provide WMA attendees with plentiful socializing space and private meeting areas to meet all their needs.
But the bad news is that every year, the hotel is fully booked weeks before the show. So don’t get shut out—book your rooms now and get in on the early-bird rate.