10 may 2019 0 comments reading time: 4 minutes

ZorbasMedia to give a report at Gaelic WWW Conference 2019


The international affiliate Gaelic WWW Conference 2019 will be held from June 17 to June 19 in Roscommon, Ireland. The event takes place bi-annually and is attended by webmasters, media buyers, representatives of various affiliate services and networks and all those involved in the online entertainment industry. No matter if you are working in e-commerce, gaming, dating, health or crypto, the Gaelic Сonference gives you a unique opportunity to talk to decision makers and spice up your business.

We are glad to announce that this year our Head of Growth Stan will be one of the conference’s panel speakers and give a report on the Russian affiliate community. Moreover, Stan is nominated as the Bizman of the Year, an award given to the best business development experts. The voting results will be announced at the conference.

This year ZorbasMedia attends the Gaelic WWW Conference as its media partner, and so we will definitely cover this event and tell you everything there is to know about it. As for now, let us be patient and wish Stan good luck!


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