Happy to announce that WordCamp Edmonton 2013 is now sold out. If you are looking for tickets, add a comment here and there may be someone who can not go, it is like a waiting list!
Sponsors of WordCamp Edmonton 2013 give back to their community to support many of Edmonton’s best web designers, content managers & authors, web developers, and WordPress wizards and wizards-in-training! So we wanted to take an opportunity now before tickets go on sale October 25th, to thank all the sponsors of WordCamp Edmonton 2013, they are:
- Code Poet
- Startup Edmonton
- Paper Leaf
- Curlybird Design
For more information on each of these incredibly generous companies, check out their details on under Sponsors.
If you would like to sponsor WordCamp Edmonton 2013, there is still time for you to Become a Sponsor!
Things are coming together for WordCamp Edmonton 2013. We are confirming speakers, and the schedule for the day as we speak and tickets will go on sale later this week. We are all very, very excited.
That’s right! WordCamp YEG 2013 is a hurtling train of awesomeness whose momentum can’t be stopped. We’re working out the details right now, but we’re looking at a 1-day, ultra-focused and superultramegaradical 2-stream (design/development and content/business) conference held at Startup Edmonton on November 15 2013. Make sure to follow us on Twitter to keep abreast of all the announcements, like location, exact date, speakers, and so forth.
Right now, though, we’re looking for speakers and we’re looking for sponsors. Help make WordCamp Edmonton the cat’s pajamas by sharing your knowledge, sponsoring the event, or at the very least, helping us find people and businesses to do those very things!
With Wordcamp Edmonton coming soon, you are probably loaded with pressing questions. Important questions like: What should I wear? Should I take my laptop? Will I be mocked if I bring a PC or even a Blackberry instead of an ever so fashionable Apple product? Well humble reader I am here to answer those important questions!
There are a myriad of ways to build your business: from more traditional ways (mailouts, email newsletters, advertisements etc) to somewhat more new school ways (social media, QR code campaigns, and so on). All of these methods can be effective in building a business, but there is one in particular that can be very effective by combining a huge range of methods into one: public speaking.
I’ll wait for your cold sweats to stop.
WordCamp Edmonton 2012 is coming. If you are interested in getting involved email the Organizing Team at email@example.com.