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  2. Travelers are asked to collaborate as a team in pulling together the appropriate information.
  3. This Trip Assessment form will be automatically associated with its related Trip Proposal; therefore, no duplicate traveler identification information is required.
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Trip/Event Assessments should be completed within three (3) weeks of the traveler's return date.

Trip/Event Assessment Form

LINK:  ISPC Trip Proposal 3

1) Describe how the original Proposed Goals
and Outcomes were accomplished:

This was a truly great experience! No less than 3000 IPs from all over Brazil attended this event in the center of Sao Paulo.

As ICANN had a full booth in the exhibition area, we used it as a distribution point for the bilingual brochures we also had used for the first event in Cuba. Many ISPs stopped by at the booth to inquire about our activities. Brazil is the country in the LAC region that has the largest concentration of ISPs and Connectivity Providers. It was almost impossible to walk through the large crowd in the exhibition area.

On the second day of the event I made a presentation on the ISPCP to a group of some 50 ISPs who attended. The presentation covered an overview of ICANN and the activities of the ISPCP Constituency, as well as a briefing on the new gTLDs and the activities of the UASG related to Universal Acceptance of new gTLDs. The subject of becoming an ICANN accredited registrar also evoked interest at the presentation and with visitors at the booth. Many ISPs have reseller agreements with ICANN accredited registrars.

It is also worth mentioning that I had a chance to converse with Salvador Martinhao, the Brazilian Secretary of Communications.

As with all such events, getting these people interested in ICANN very much depends on pointing at the potential at ICANN to become involved in business opportunities to do with the DNS namespace.

In summary, ABRINT was a sterling opportunity to reach out to a massive concentration of Brazilian Internet stakeholders, from the ISP, Connectivity and network equipment industry.

2) Additional information pertaining
to this outreach event (optional):

Nothing to add.

3) Date Completed:19-Aug-2016
Community Confirmation Section

Note: To be completed by a Pilot Program Coordinator (PPC) designated by this organization/structure.

The Trip/Event Assessment information has been gathered and properly entered into this form.


Chantelle Doerksen


Per Anthony Harris

The ICANN Organization / Structure's leadership has authorized the submission of this Trip/Event Assessment.


Chantelle Doerksen


Approved by leadership.


CROPP Trip/Event Assessment Template v2 (Jun 2015)

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