Today marks the start of the ‘Barcelona Affiliate Conference’ (BAC) expo in Barcelona, Spain. This year’s event is being held at the ‘Barcelona International Convention Center’ (CCIB).

This year’s discussions revolved around topics such as: influence of the regulation of slots on the Spanish market, SEO, education strategies in the financial world, Google’s new penalties under the new penguin and panda updates, future of affiliate tools, the change from affiliate to broker, Forex, UK and Spanish Legislations, case studies, growing your business, and many other topics!

Come and meet us at BAC!

Mario Benito Campo – NetRefer’s director for Spain & Latam regions will be taking part in the “What influence will the regulation of slots have on the Spanish market?” speech.

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We look forward to the next BAC event!


In just four days, on the 28th October 2014, the ‘Performance Marketing Insights’ (PMI) conference will be held in London, UK over a period of two days. This year’s event will be held at the ‘Westminister Park Plaza’, you can register for the even here.

This year’s discussions will include the following topics: Performance Marketing trends to watch, user segmentation via behavioural sequencing, taking the failure out of success, big data, real-time bidding, referral-marketing, acquisition, digital innovators, SEO and link-building, consumer needs, smart data that drives ROI, retail websites turning to social hubs.

Here is a peak at what went on at this year’s Europe 2014 PMI, courtesy of PMI

Come and meet us at PMI!

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Today marks the last day of the ‘Excellence in iGaming’ (EiG) expo in Berlin, Germany. This year’s event was held at the ‘Arena Berlin’.

The event’s venue was organized in the following areas:

  • The Pitch – this gave visitors a series of power-pitches which took approx. 15 minutes each and which were delivered by innovators and visionaries who presented their products and innovators to the crowd.
  • Start-Up Launchpad – this gave visitors the chance to experience some of the newest and brightest start-ups this year.
  • Start-Up Village – this gave visitors the ability to learn more about various new start-ups and how to start a business in this industry.
  • Meeting Zone – this area gave visitors the ability to meet other visitors, businesses, start-ups, innovators, speakers, thinkers, visionaries and other key individuals to network and build business relationships.
  • Product Premieres – this gave visitors a chance to explore new innovations and technologies, by offering the possibility to see first-hand what is new in the industry and which businesses will be in on the money in the near future.

This year’s discussions revolved around topics such as: how new technologies will impact digital gaming, technological disruption, creating immersive virtual experiences, planning for the future, what value new trends & investments will bring to businesses all over, crowdfunding a business, offshore jurisdictions, key developments from around the World, various case-studies, updates in online-gaming regulations, mobile solutions and mobile experience, tax implications in Germany, gaming and regulation in Israel, regulatory progress in the Netherlands and many other topics!

Here is a peak at what went on at this year’s EiG, courtesy of CalvinAyre:


We look forward to the next EiG event!