October 2 2008
For immediate release
New Association Looks Out for Canadian Domain Name Owners
October 2, 2008 – Niagara Falls, Ontario
At long last a new association promising to address the concerns of Canadian domain owners is being launched.
In order to represent the interests of Canadian domain name owners, the Domain Owners Association of Canada (DOAC) aims to protect and increase the value of its members’ domain names.
“It’s high time Canadian domain owners get their voices heard,” says Peter Maxymych, President of Emall.ca and founder of the Domain Owners Association of Canada. “Domain owners in Canada have often felt like they are working alone. This does not have to be the case. With this association we can work together to promote our interests in domaining.”
The Domain Owners Association of Canada will kick off with a formation meeting at the inaugural Domain Convergence conference in Niagara Falls, Ontario on October 7, 2008.
“We are looking forward to helping launch the ground-breaking association for domain owners,” says Frank Michlick, Chairman of the Domain Convergence conference. “Canadian domain name owners have contributed immensely to the domain name industry and it is comforting to know an organization will have our backs.”
More information about the Domain Owners Association of Canada will be released on www.doac.ca once the association is officially launched. In the meantime, please contact Zak Muscovitch, the association’s solicitor, at the coordinates below for details.
About Domain Convergence
The Domain Convergence conference gives domain name portfolio owners, developers, and monetization experts the opportunity to meet and share ideas in an open information exchange atmosphere. For more information, visit www.DomainConvergence.com.
For more information, please contact:
Domain Owners Association of Canada