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    It was a pretty special show. The last party.. at Vetro - I had a pretty awesome time there. Highlight of my trip.

    I got to the hotel by 430am. Fell asleep and woke up in the shower at 6am.. Fell into bed, woke up at 8am still very drunk.. and started rushing to get to the airport for a 10am Flight.

    Great conference.

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    For the Igb Afilliate conferences, how do you go about registering to attend, as obviously I am an owner of a gambling affiliated website

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    Its pretty ease - For each event we simply have a registration page which you get to by clicking register on the event page - You can see the events coming up here http://www.igbaffiliate.com/events/igb-affiliate Once registered your site and status as an affiliate will be verified and you will then be good to go....All pretty easy and painless

    Registration for an event normally opens 2-3 months prior to the event
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    Oh excellent, thanks for this.

    Just I couldn't of made it to Barcelona even if I wanted to. However, the London one in January is a very real possibility

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    Great event Alex. Whole Income Access team had a blast, and very productive. Let's keep it in Barcelona moving forward, it's an ideal venue.

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    Agree with everyone. I thought it was a good show. The venue was very well laid out and I thought the map on entry showing where each booth was, was a great idea and I hope you guys keep that one. I don't remember ever seeing that at another event.

    I also have to say that the party on the last night at the Vetro Club was the best party I've ever been to at a conference and I will tell you why.
    The first nights party (atrium or something?) would have been awesome, but about 10 minutes after we got there a DJ got up and the music was pounding so loud that I couldn't even hear myself shouting at the person in front of me. The venue was great, and before the loud music started, it was easy to talk to people.

    The party at opium would also have been great but the only place to sit (after being on your feet the entire day) was the VIP area which of course you could only get into if you paid. So we ended up going to a quieter bar down the road where we could talk to each other. Unfortunately that meant that we weren't mingling with any attendees.

    Then there was the last party, which had everything. If you wanted to dance, you could go inside where the music was loud and rocking. If you wanted to talk you could go outside to the grassed area that had seating and fake grass (where we ended up parking our butts) and hang out there. The building was cool and it was really nice. The best thing was that people stayed there ALL night. Noone left to go anywhere else like I've seen in the past. I was impressed that at 4.30am the place was still full.

    If you guys can find venues like that moving forward I think people will be very happy. I personally will be talking about that venue for a long time to come. I even emailed Kiera at the time to tell her how awesome it was.

    Thanks guys - you did a fantastic job once again and I really enjoyed myself.
    See you next time!

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    Glad you seem to have nailed the conference room acoustic problems now. Didn't help to have to endure some retarded shouting and screaming from the floor during one of the sessions (Paul Reilly I think the speaker was), sounded like a chimpanzee tea party. That probably wasn't an organisational failing though; it'd just be nice if people could behave like assholes outside of their professional environment.

    Opium Mar was very loud, but it's a nightclub so I suppose parr for the course. Much appreciated the venue and the free drink.

    I had a couple of alarming experiences in the casino, but had a nicer time than I can remember having in God knows how long on this short trip. Legs and feet are now shot to hell after walking up and down Tibidabo and generally covering insane distances on foot. Drank too much in a bar last night with some local lads, unwise the day before travelling but still managed to get home in one piece.

    Much as I like Budapest, I'd vote for Barcelona every time. Unbeatable city.

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    Final Marketing email - And don't forget the survey, you can win some pretty cool stuff

    Thank-you for attending BAC 2011!
    We hope you had a productive and enjoyable experience at the Barcelona Affiliate Conference - but we wont know unless you tell us. So please take a minute to fill in our short survey and let us know your highs and lows of BAC 2011 so we can keep improving.

    1,604 of you made BAC 2011 a success
    The sun, sea and sand were certainly huge incentives, but based on the large number of you who came to Barcelona, you were certainly there for more. With 1,604 delegates through the door, and just over a thousand affiliates attending, thank-you all for making the show such a success.

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    Complete our online survey and as a thank-you, you could win any of the following giveaways: two football tickets to a London Premier League fixture, or an upgrade to a Suite or Executive room at the Official Hotel at the LAC 2012 or 2x 250 cash cards courtesy of Intercash.

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    Most of you are still recuperating from BAC. But some of you might already be anticipating our next event. Well don't panic. Check out the upcoming iGB events here, or alternative why not hang out and network on facebook with London Affiliate Conference 2012 & iGB Espana 2011 delegates?

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    Hey guys! Great times at BAC, cannot wait for LAC and in the meantime here's the CalvinAyre.com highlights video from the event. Nice interviews here from Alex Pratt, Nick Hill, Jim Murray, Rudy Nite, John Kamara, Tarryn Ward, and Elad the midget! Enjoy

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