We’d like to present our next group of speakers to you. This group will cover the ever-important business side of WordPress, and what we can achieve in its ecosystem. Please welcome Heather Burns, Sasha Endoh, Tom Greenwood, Alice Orru, David Lockie, and Joshua Strebel. Continue reading Second group of #WCEU speakers – Heather Burns, Sasha Endoh, Tom Greenwood, Alice Orru, David Lockie, Joshua Strebel
The moment that you have all been waiting for is finally here. As of today, we will start to announce WordCamp Europe speakers in small, thematic groups every couple of days. So, without further ado – we present the first group of speakers to you: Yoav Farhi, Rian Rietveld, Adrian Roselli, Pirate Dunbar, and Julka Grodel. Continue reading First group of #WCEU speakers – Yoav Farhi, Rian Rietveld, Adrian Roselli, Pirate Dunbar, and Julka Grodel
It may have slipped by unnoticed, but last week we started selling the very final batch of tickets.
At the end of the last WordCamp Europe in Vienna, when we announced Paris as the next host city, we released the first batch of 2000 tickets. That first batch sold out at the end of January 2017 and we decided to release the second batch immediately after, along with 300 microsponsor tickets.
With over 2200 tickets already sold or reserved (for our sponsors, speakers, and volunteers), WordCamp Europe 2017 will be the biggest WordCamp to date.
Keep in mind that there won’t be any more tickets after this release, except reserved tickets that won’t get collected. Continue reading Final batch of tickets now on sale
The countdown begins! There’s less than ten days left for you to submit a speaker application to WordCamp Europe 2017. We’re set to close the call for speakers next Friday, the 27th January 2017. Continue reading Call for speakers closes next week
This year we’re taking a slightly different approach to speaker selection. As usual, we have a team of people who are managing speakers. This team will be reviewing all applications and we’ll be putting together the final schedule.
However, we’re enlisting some help: WordCamp Europe is an event for the WordPress community, so we’re inviting teams of community representatives to help us review the applications. Speaker selection panels will be asked to review different categories. We’ll have panels for Development, Design, Business, and Community. We also have an “Other” category for those that doesn’t fit neatly into the other categories. Continue reading The WordCamp Europe 2017 Speaker Selection Process
SPEAKER APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED
SPEAKER APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED
WordCamp Europe is looking for speakers. Want to take to the stage in Paris to talk WordPress with up to 3000 people? Got a story to tell? Some knowledge to share? Got some fancy tricks or techniques? We want to hear from you.
As one of the biggest WordCamps in the world, applying to WordCamp Europe can be daunting. We want a speaker roster that is diverse, representing all aspects of WordPress and the WordPress community. Over the coming weeks we will be publishing posts with advice on applying to WCEU, as well as about how speakers will be selected. We encourage you to subscribe to the blog to read these posts, but if you want any additional support you can email us to get help with your application. Also, we will be happy to provide support and mentorship if your talk is selected. Continue reading Join us as a speaker at WordCamp Europe