AWSummit 2017: ‘Lessons in Success’

According to a spokesman, organizers set out to create “a truly educative conference.” The lineup of seminars and workshops ran three at a time, offering attendees a choice based on interests and preferences. The 2017 conference represented the first time the AWSummit team tried the approach, and it worked well.MAMAIA, Romania – The fourth annual AWSummit ended June 9, but the ramifications for the organizers continue. As the team regrouped, analyzed the event and collected feedback from attendees, notable facts and figures emerged.

A spokesperson called the final analysis “lessons in success.”

“If last year 641 guests attended the show, making AWSummit one of the largest live cam and adult industry conferences in the world, this year the number of participants considerably grew, reaching 807 guests,” said spokesperson Dan. “The AWSummit team was extremely happy to receive such a large number of participants. We were thrilled to have [among the attendees] several companies that are active in different sorts of industries, such as adult, traffic, payment or digital marketing — and, like usual, to be surrounded by top-notch company representatives.”

According to Dan, organizers set out to create “a truly educative conference.” The lineup of seminars and workshops ran three at a time, offering attendees a choice based on interests and preferences. The 2017 conference represented the first time the AWSummit team tried the approach, and it worked well.

“People who witnessed the seminars can surely argue the audience was more engaged in seminars than ever before and the panelists had a great experience, sharing plenty of useful insights,” Dan said.

During the first day of the show, the AWSummit team introduced the Meet Market, allowing company representatives to present their products and services to stakeholders and potential new customers. In addition, the show tested two new seminar concepts: one 90-minute roundtable discussion for cam studio managers and another for cam studio trainers. Both were designed to promote free discussions and liberal experience sharing between participants.

In addition to seminars, AWSummit also hosted the third annual AW Awards gala, which Dan called “an outstanding ceremony.”

“Every single detail of the [awards] show was carefully chosen,” he said. “The awards gala encompassed several unique and breathtaking artistic moments which completed the overall festive environment.”

Not that YNOT likes to toot its own horn, but the AWSummit team also gave props to the YNOT Grand Prix and the YNOT Cam Model Dinner, both of which made their Romanian debut at AWSummit.

“Although they took place for the first time, these two events were considered a massive success by both the organizing teams and the participants alike,” Dan said.

“It took us a while to plan and organize the event, but with hard work, passion and commitment, we managed to overcome our previous performance and to become the best version of ourselves,” he continued. “We’re excited to still receive plenty of positive feedback on a daily basis from our sponsors, partners or attendees, and we aim to create even a more impressive event next year.”

 

Marty O'Brien

Marty O'Brien

Raised in the Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky, Marty O'Brien was the first of the O'Brien clan to obtain a college degree. A former sports journalist, O'Brien got a peek at the inner workings of the adult entertainment industry while on an assignment to cover the Los Angeles Lakers. He joined the YNOT editorial team in late 2010 and now specializes in technology , business news and ogling starlets.

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