Published August 27, 2017 by Ivan P
This year’s Berlin Affiliate Conference will host delegates from more than 97 different countries and offer excellent networking and learning opportunities.
This year’s Berlin Affiliate Conference hosted by iGB Affiliate is expected to see an increase in interest from the last year, attracting even more delegates in attendance. The Conference will take place from November 1st to November 4th at the Messe Berlin, and the hosts are excepting more than 3,200 delegates to join this year, which would be a significant increase in comparison to last year’s 3,000.
Marketing Strategies, Social Media, and More
During the conference, all the visitors will have a chance to access plenty of educational content, covering topics such as new marketing technologies, different revolutionary SEO strategies, effective affiliate business tools, etc.
Some of the highlights of this year’s BAC will be sessions about Google penalties, most successful application of Facebook ads, influencer marketing strategies, and more of the similar content aimed at improving the affiliate business.
Berlin Conference Continues to Grow
Apart from these official panels and sessions, there will also be plenty of opportunity for the delegates to meet and talk in a less formal environment during welcome drinks, networking parties, and similar events.
This year’s Berlin Affiliate Conference is sponsored by the name such as 888 , William Hill, and iAffiliates, which gives the event even more credibility and relevance. According to Shona ODonnell, iGB Head of Operations, the Conference will offer all the participants a chance to connect with many industry leaders and learn from some of the brightest minds.
The interest for this important affiliate event grows with every year. The last year’s conference was attended by 1,561 companies, and some 90% of them rated the event as excellent and announced they’d be returning in 2017 as well. With that in mind, Berlin expects to host visitors from more than 97 countries around the world during the first week of November.