These photos are from Thursday at the 2015 Phoenix Forum, which is being held at the Tempe Mission Palms. Included in this set of photos are seminars, the Hooters Happy Hour, the Inaugural Women in Adult Cocktail Mixer and the Welcome Reception. Also included are the Cybersocket Opening Party and the late night poker suites.
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Quickly becoming a tradition, the Ynot Grand Prix was held Wednesday evening as one of the kickoff events for The Phoenix Forum 2015. The event was held at Octane Raceway in Scottsdale where they have a 1/3 mile track with both indoor and outdoor sections.
Food and drinks were provided along with the networking opportunities. The Ynot Grand Prix sponsors were Juicy Ads, Dating Factory, Badoink Cash, Well Hello!, Dyn, FNCash and iCan4Consumers. It was an evening of sun fun racing with the eventual winners being Jorgen, Juicy Jay and Chris Alex in the finals.
The Phoenix Forum is officially starting Thursday and the Tempe Mission Palms is already filling up with attendees. I would like to thank my photo sponsor, Mobius Payments; for processing solutions, check out Mobius Payments. We use them ourselves. There are still photo sponsorships available with the ability to let you sponsor individual events. Look for baddog at the Tempe Mission Palms if interested. (more…)
These photos were taken Thursday at the Andaz West Hollywood where the 2015 adult B-to-B trade show XBIZ 360 was held. The combination of great weather, people preparing for the evening’s XBIZ Awards and those that already headed off to Las Vegas for the AVN show resulted in a rather sparse turnout of attendees on Thursday afternoon.
Thursday did offer several seminars, demonstrations and panels for those that stuck around. Topics included building paysites, gay porn, adult PR and hot genres. The keynotes dealt with the Future of Online Adult Entertainment and the Future of Adult Film. Suffice it to say, that even with tubes and piracy the industry is not going anywhere.
All-in-all, it was a pretty good show with the right mixture of business and partying. I do not know what the final attendance numbers were primarily because there were a lot of distractions for out of town visitors so I never really experienced any time that everyone was at one venue. From the conversations I had, most seemed to feel they were able to conduct the business they needed to get done.