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NEWS 21 February 2018
Tal Itzhak Ron confirmed to speak at AffiliateCon Sofia
By Caroline Watson
Tal Itzhak Ron from Tal Ron, Drihem & Co. Law Firm has confirmed his attendance to speak at AffiliateCon Sofia. The landmark affiliate convention is held over two days on the 15-16 May, setting a benchmark in affiliate networking and education.

AffiliateCon Sofia is free for affiliates to attend, and rather than being a trade show with big intimidating stands, it will provide a relaxed environment where selected high-profile brands will get the opportunity to discuss potential partnerships with a wide range of affiliates.

Tal Ron, Drihem & Co. is a premier worldwide law firm with specialist expertise in Gaming, Software & Platform development and Affiliates.

The event will host a number of keynote speakers and more intimate educational ‘huddles’, with Tal Ron holding a seminar on legal challenges and opportunities in Europe for affiliates. The session will give attendees and in-depth look into the complicated legal minefield in Europe, outlining grey markets and different markets of potential growth.

Tal graduated from the University of Haifa Law School, whilst also holding a B.Sc. in Computer Science from the University of Haifa and an M.Sc. in Computer Science from Bar Ilan University. He has a great deal of experience in public speaking, serving as a lecturer at the University Of Haifa Faculty Of Law, whilst heading the firm he currently runs. He has a long and colourful history of speaking at events and this is sure to be a talk not to be missed by attending affiliates.
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