Attendee Email Policy: Your email address is required to register for Niche Media Events or to sign up for information on this website’s form. By providing your email, you agree to receive updates about your registered event, as well as information about future Niche Media Events and Resources that may be of interest to you. You may opt-out anytime. 

What Niche events are coming up?
The best place to find the latest information on upcoming Niche events is up in our menu bar. Each event has its own menu header: Niche Conference or Leadership Summit. Additional events, when added, will appear in the menu bar as well.

Each event menu dropdown, or just clicking on the event, gets you to general event information, the agenda, the hotel or venue links, and of course, a registration page. Some pages may not be listed yet if we are still in the process of event setup.

How can I sponsor an upcoming Niche event?
Visit our Become a Niche Sponsor page! We would love to include you in our upcoming events with our VERY interactive publisher audience, and that page gives you an overview and contact form to get in touch.

What should I wear to a Niche event?
The Niche event dress code is business casual/comfortable. No ties or top hats, please. Jeans are common at this event. We encourage a casual and collaborative atmosphere!

How do I choose which session to attend?
All sessions are open to all paid attendees and sponsors.  At the Niche Media Conference, choose what session you want and feel free to move between sessions.  At the Leadership Summit sessions are broken up into Consumer, B2B, and Sales Leadership.  Choose which is most applicable to you.  

How do I submit a complaint or idea? 
Please send an email to with any event feedback you may have.  

Do I need my badge on at all times while at my Niche event?
Short answer: YES. Your badge is your pass to every Niche event and session. If you lose your badge onsite, come to the Show Office for assistance. 

Can I bring a guest to the Niche event parties?
If you are bringing a guest to the Niche event after-hour parties, please pay a one-time fee of $25 at the Show Office for your guest’s badge. Guests are not allowed in the Niche event sessions, or at lunch or breakfast. All Niche attendees and guests must be over the age of 18.  

I have a ticket for an upcoming Niche event but need to cancel. How does that work?
We’re sorry you can’t make it! Each Niche event has specific “cancel by” dates, but typically, if you let us know in writing 30 days prior to the event start date, you may request a full refund.  Within 30 days of a Niche event, any credit or refund request will be processed minus a $200 fee for food and beverage already contracted with the event venue.  You may also transfer the ticket to another team member for the same year’s event.  Niche Media, LLC no longer offers credits for cancellations.  

I have a credit from a previous event.  How do I use it? 
Please email your proof of credit to and we will issue you a code to use when you register.  Credits are transferable to another person in your organization.  Credits do NOT hold a certain cash value.  They are applied to the current price of the current event you desire.  For example, if you paid $1,100 for your original event ticket and the current event price is on promotion for $899, you are NOT entitled to a refund of the difference.  Credits prior to Jan 1, 2020 are no longer valid.    

Are there any refund exceptions?: If a Niche event is canceled due to a national or venue location health or safety mandate, within any number of days before the event, a full refund may be requested.  A positive COVID test result must be presented with supporting documentation to qualify for a COVID exception.  Other personal issues such as weddings or graduations do not count as an exception.  Please refer to the above cancel & refund policy.  

Not sure about making a future Niche event? Send a colleague in your place! You can transfer a colleague to your existing ticket at no additional cost. Please give us at least two weeks’ notice prior to your event of a transfer so onsite materials can be updated.

Complimentary Niche event passes are not refundable, hold no cash value, may not be sold, and are only transferable to a member of your immediate team.

Now that you know the cancel & refund guidelines, please contact us at and we’ll get you taken care of!

How are you addressing COVID concerns at in-person Niche events?
Each Niche event has capped attendance per CDC guidelines or guidelines requested by the venue to promote health and safety. We work closely with our venues, and their applicable city, county, and state regulations and current mandates, to ensure we are meeting all health protocols. We will communicate any and all restrictions and guidelines to our attendees through multiple channels. Attendees are expected to adhere to communicated mandates and guidelines once onsite at their event.

What about food allergies or special requests?
Niche event menus are planned to accommodate the majority of our attendees, and our venues can work with us if an attendee has a severe food allergy. There will always be a limited number of vegetarian options at meals. Please let us know your specific concerns at least 30 days prior to the Niche event you are attending so we can work with the venue on accommodations. Due to the number of attendees at our events, specific requests cannot be guaranteed. 

If you have a mobility concern, please let us know at least 30 days prior to the Niche event you are attending so we may address options for your access.

I provide services to publishers and media companies.  May I attend? 
Yes, if you are a paying sponsor.  Commercial vendors may not attend the event unless they are a paid sponsor.  The only exception would be if the vendor is an invited speaker.  There are only two ways to attend a Niche Media event… as a Publisher or a paid Sponsor.  A “Publisher” or content creator is a person or company whose primary business is creating and distributing content to a specific group of readers. Revenue from such an operation is primarily derived from selling advertising or marketing services that are in some way adjacent to the content.  In addition, most publishers also derive revenue from subscriptions to access their content.   A “vendor” or “Sponsor” is a person or company whose primary business is to support Publishers.  Revenue from such an operation is primarily derived from selling services to Publishers or media companies.  Even if a sponsor creates a published asset, that does not qualify them as a “Publisher,” as their primary business does not meet the example provided above. Our goal in creating this clarification is to support sponsors who pay a significant amount of money to attend this event. They deserve to feel that their money is being well spent and that their competitors cannot show up at this event for $898 as an attendee and sell right next to them.   We belive this is fair for all and our hope is to create a situation that is productive to all involved.    

More Questions?
Send your questions to , and we’ll get you squared away. We can’t wait to see you at your event!

All decisions are final per Niche Media, LLC management.