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INside Events: Commission Factory Affiliate Link Up Sydney

Last week performance marketing network, Commission Factory held it’s inaugural Affiliate Link-Up event in Sydney, overlooking the beautiful Darling Harbour.

The event was hailed a success by the Commission Factory team and those in attendance, whom after many years working together finally got the opportunity to meet face-to-face and delve into what they are hoping to see from the upcoming 3.0 release of the Commission Factory network.

For three hours the alcohol and canapés flowed allowing everyone to let their hair down on a Friday evening and mingle with some of Australia’s most active and up and coming in the affiliate space. Ranging from a wide variety of attendees from affiliates, merchants, marketing agency heads and software partners the event promises to be the first of many from Australia’s largest Affiliate Network.

“We know it’s long overdue” said Commission Factory CEO, Zane McIntyre. “For a while now we have been looking forward to getting our key partners and long time clients in the same room to discuss synergies and to also get feedback on our network. What our clients think of what we’re producing is really important to us.”

Among those in attendance were Commission Factory’s APAC partner, Affiliate Traction, sending over Marty Bickford from their US operation to attend, Campbell Vance at Sniip.com, Neil Thomas at ShopBot, Lucas McEntee of SoCleverSocial and James Taylor from Yieldify.

Commission Factory is Australia’s largest affiliate marketing network with 400+ online retailers. The Commission Factory platform is one that has evolved heavily with the industry it represents and will soon be rolled out to South East Asia and Canada.

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Mark Jones

Editorial Executive at PerformanceIN. Mark reports performance marketing news and manages PI's network of guest contributors.

Originally from Plymouth, Mark studied in Reading and London, eventually earning his Master's in Digital Journalism- before making his return to the West Country to join the PI team in Bristol.

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