The 6th annual CamCon is delighted to have Studio 20 as the presenting Studio Sponsor for this year’s expo. CamCon is now a part of The Cons, an extraordinary gathering of three premier trade and fan shows – CamCon, CannabisCon and InkedCon – under one roof, set to take place May 28 – June 1, 2019 at the SLS South Beach Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida.
“We set out to create the ultimate alternative modeling experience. Studio 20 and their focus on developing glamour models within their studio system falls right in line with our core values,” says Stacey Havoc. “We are excited for them to be involved and the positive energy that they’ll bring to our show.”
Studio 20 is the first and largest international live-cam studio franchise in the world. With locations in over five countries, 19 studios worldwide, and over 600 models under the #girlsfromstudio20 brand, Studio20 has established its presence on the market as the biggest player in live-cam studios. The Studio20 story started 19 years ago in Romania, and opened its first franchise in 2015. The uniqueness of the brand comes from the glamour approach of webcam modeling, as well as being the only studio active in 3 continents.
“CamCon is one of the most thought through events in the industry and being part of it is something we’re very happy to do,” says Mugur Frunzetti, CEO of Studio 20. “We’re looking forward to meeting all our industry friends and make more during the event.”
CamCon, the alternative model conference is now on its 6th year, can expect to see over 300 models this year. CamCon has created a model experience like no other show in the world. The models are the center of CamCon and every event orbits their entire experience. Models are at CamCon to grow and evolve creating lifelong relationships, with likeminded people.
The Cons will take place at the SLS, Miami and registration is now open to all three conferences. Cox added that, just like last year, The Cons 2019 will offer a variety of nutritious seminars with top industry panelist, networking parties and performance displays to benefit the industry’s content providers, models and affiliates.
While these industries have differences, in many ways they overlap. All three shows are model driven because they are the true industry ambassadors, which is the core value of The Cons.