We are happy to announce that Belgrade, Serbia, will host WordCamp Europe 2018. The capital of Serbia, Belgrade, is an old city in the centre of the Balkans with fantastic food, culture, nightlife, and most importantly – an incredible WordPress community.
Today we welcome our last Administrator sponsor – Bluehost. Bluehost has been a WordPress partner since 2005 and powers over 1 million WordPress sites worldwide. Their objective is to help customers, whether novice or pro, create a thriving online presence at an affordable price. Continue reading “Welcome Bluehost as #WCEU Admin sponsor” →
2017 was the first year we introduced the possibility for media outlets to become media partners of WordCamp Europe. Without further ado, we would like to welcome and say a big thank you to our media partners KrautPress.de, Torquemag.io, and WP Tavern.
Making a conference like WordCamp Europe is a long and sometimes not so easy job. To make that job easier and to make the conference as accessible to everyone as possible, we need our sponsors. Please say a big thank you to our amazing author sponsors: Boldgrid, YITH, WPML, .ME, WP Engine, Radix, Timpani, CaptainForm, and O2switch. We would also like to thank DreamHost who made speakers dinners so much nicer than it would be without them. Thank you all <3 Continue reading “Thank you #WCEU author sponsors and speakers’ dinner sponsor” →
You probably know everything about the after party by now, including the after party theme we announced just a couple of days ago. But what you might not know yet, is that it’s all possible thanks to our amazing after party sponsors – Sucuri and Gravity Forms.
A lot of you asked – will the afterparty have a theme this year? The short answer is yes, but if you want to learn more about the afterparty and what will wait for you there – read on.
The regular tickets are gone, and while there are people who are worried because they didn’t get their ticket in time, we are trying to find the way to help. That’s why we started an article where you can advertise if you’re selling or buying the tickets – something that proved quite popular in the last few days. And the next thing we’d like to announce are the live stream tickets.
On May 31st we closed regular ticket sales, and while we still have enough micro sponsor tickets, you might want to purchase a regular ticket. If you have an extra ticket to sell – write about it in the comments below. Also, if you want to buy tickets – write that in the comments too. Make sure you specify how many tickets do you sell/need and how to get in touch with you.
2017 edition, is the first where WordCamp Europe introduced small business sponsors. We wanted to give room to small businesses that work with WordPress, generate less than 1 million euros in annual sales, and that work mostly with WordPress.