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The Second WTF Summit Russia To Be Held In Sochi

The Second WTF Summit Russia To Be Held In Sochi

This will be the most anticipated event in the webcam industry in Russia.

A promo image for the 2019 WTF conference.(Sochi, Russia) March 25, 2019 – The 2019 edition of the Webcam Training Forum conference in Russia has been announced, and will be held in Sochi – the beachside resort town on the Black Sea as well as site of the 2014 winter Olympics.

According to organizers, the first WTF Summit in 2018, about 380 participants came from 17 cities in Russia, Romania, the USA, Germany and others, including 40 studios, representatives of websites, media, individual experts and home models.

This year, more than 500 participants are waiting to confirm their participation in the forum.

“This year we are preparing an even more ambitious program in the field of training and business coworking,” notes an event press release. “As well as an evening entertainment program. In addition to a  sea of the most valuable information on the WTF 2019, there will be also mountains of new achievements and agreements.”

It is worth noting that the location for the summit was not chosen by chance. Sochi is the pearl of Russia. Here, among the rocky mountains, breathtaking views will open up, and in conjunction with the useful part of the forum, this will be an unforgettable journey to the very top of the webcam career for many.

At the forum, you can make useful contacts, meet with partners and reach new agreements.

“We invite you to become sponsors, media partners and attendees of the WTF Summit Russia Sochi and support our information event,” said event organizers.

Interested sponsors should head over to http://wtf.ru.com/ to learn more on the opportunities available.

“We guarantee that the Summit 2019 you can not forget.”




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