Save the Date: Spark.Me Is Ready To Spark Your Imagination Once Again

Save the Date: Spark.Me Is Ready To Spark Your Imagination Once Again

Drumroll, please! Spark.Me, the interactive conference designed to unlock your creativity and light your creative fire is on in 2014 and this is a call for you to save the date! The 2014 event will once again take place in beautiful Budva, Montenegro.

If you look up the definition of a spark, you will find it to be:

a vital, animating, or activating factor, a single moment of electricity that has the power to transform imagination to inspiration, and inspiration to action.

This is exactly what this conference is aimed at- helping you find that spark and get the inspiration you need to make that spark into so much more.

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Just like last year, Domain.Me is getting some of the best international experts who will speak from theirexperience and try to relate how they discovered the spark of inspiration that launched them to success. Here is just a sneak peak at some of the speakers:

David Armano is a Global Strategy Director, Key Accounts for Edelman’s digital practice and known as both a digital veteran and an internationally recognized thought leader and speaker. It should be noted that he also spoke at events such as TEDx, Web 2.0 and the WOMMA Summit, so you just know he has something great to say.

Alf Rehn‘s speciality is innovation and entrepreneurship, and he has an odd outlook on life that you can’t help but love. He is also an active columnist, author and a wonderful speaker who is going to tickle your imaginationand challenge you through his talk.

Dino Dogan is the founder of Triberr, a blog amplification platform that sends over 2 million visits to its members each month. In addition to that he is a self-reportedly lousy Mixed Martial Artist, a recovering Network Engineer, a Singer/Songwriter, and a Biz Blogger. Also, a loud (and awesome) public speaker who calls himself the Global Force for Badassery, and we would never dare contradict him.

Get Your Super Early Bird Deal!

If you are not rushing to register and make sure you get your super early bird deal, let us quickly remind you of the 6 reasons to attend Spark.Me this year:

  1. Learn how to blog or improve your blog performance from the world best bloggers
  2. Learn about the future of Social Media
  3. Get motivated to jumpstart yout business, online and offline
  4. Learn about succesfull startups from the region and what they can offer
  5. Spend two days in the best hotel in Montenegro and on the beach
  6. Network and talk to some of the best esteemed experts in the industry during coffee breaks and parties

If you didn’t get a chance to attend last year’s conference, find out what it was like here, and make sure you save the date and do not miss the event this year!

Author:

Tena Šojer

Tena graduated from University of Zagreb with a masters degree in English and Anthropology. Her interests are writing, science, technology and education, and her goal in life is to find a way to pursue them all at the same time. She is currently writing for Netokracija, working with a great team to bring the best internet and tech related news to the Balkans.

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