ICANN64, an international conference for Internet professionals, is about to begin as we approach March 9. The conference, which will take place at the Kobe International Conference Center and the Kobe Portopia Hotel in Kobe City over the next six days until the 14th, will be attracting over 2,000 Internet professionals from about 100 countries. If you're interested, see below for more information on how you can attend.
How to register: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7WyHpZLqlU&t=178s
The video tutorial on how to register was provided by GMO Brights Consulting, Inc.
GMO Brights Consulting Inc. will be holding a seminar on March 11.
The seminar will be entirely in Japanese and will cover the second round of applications for new gTLDs and brand TLDs (TLDs acquired by companies such as .sony, .toyota, etc.).
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Mr. Teraji
Click below for a full schedule of the ICANN64 event:
Click here for the schedule for Japanese interpretation sessions:
To commemorate the ICANN International Conference, last year we invited Mr. Jia Rong Low, Vice President of Asia Pacific Region of ICANN, to give a lecture on "ICANN and ICANN International Conference" at the Kyoto Informatization Seminar which was hosted by the Kyoto Information Industry Association. Mr. Jia Rong Low had also presented earlier this year on January 29 during the New Year’s Seminar hosted by the same association. During the same seminar, Mr. Tateishi—Vice President and Executive Director of the Japan Internet Providers Association (JIPA)—also gave a lecture titled “The Day the Internet Disappears”.
Those who wish to attend the seminar are required to register in advance, so please visit the above URL to register for ICANN64 and bring your ID with you on the day of the seminar.