Howard Neu, President
Among the most-recognized faces of the domain industry, Howard Neu is the President of THE Domain Conference. Of course, anyone in the industry will remember Howard as one of the co-founders of the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. show, and his indefatigable work as the mild-mannered moderator of that show has served to enhance the appeal of domain investing outside regular industry circles.
Howard is also known as “The Internet Lawyer” on his blog, NeusNews.com, where he writes about legal and political issues impacting the industry. Howard’s career includes Mayor and Councilman of the City of North Miami, Florida, Municipal Judge, President of the North Dade Bar Association, TV & Radio Talk Show Host, Stage and Screen Actor, Internet Domain Defense Litigator in U.S. Federal Court, National Arbitration Forum and WIPO.
Barbara Neu, Secretary
Barbara Neu is the Secretary of THE Domain Conference, and many will know that Barbara has long been known as one of the ambassadors of the domain industry.
Barbara has worked registration, cabanas and the crowds of T.R.A.F.F.I.C., during its ten-year run, and her mild manner and helpful demeanor have become renowned in the industry. In fact, they have made Barbara among the best-loved members of this domain family!
Barbara will help get you “plugged in” to the conference. She is also the de-facto conference photographer, having taken, literally, thousands of pictures of domain industry events through the years.
Ray Neu, COO
Ray Neu is the Chief Operating Officer of THE Domain Conference, and he is the son of Barbara and Howard Neu. Ray will assume the role of moderator, taking over the role Howard once played in the T.R.A.F.F.I.C. shows during the early 2000’s.
Many within the industry will recognize Ray from his days with T.R.A.F.F.IC. Of course, Ray is also a domain investor in his own right, having literally come of age within the industry.
Ray has a unique understanding of business and how it relates to the domain industry, and vice-versa. That insight helps him comfortably move within all professional circles of the industry, from the investors to developers and end users.