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Here’s what the community said about WordCamp London 2017

Over the last few weeks since WordCamp London, you’ve all been putting pen to paper and sharing your thoughts and feedback about the event. We really appreciate your time and effort in putting these ideas together and sharing them with us and with the rest of the community. Your feedback is extremely important to us because it’s the only way we know if we’re creating an event that works for you.

Keep them coming, and if we’ve missed your review, just comment below and we’ll add it. Alternatively, please email a link to Continue reading Here’s what the community said about WordCamp London 2017

Tell us what you thought: post-event attendee survey

WordCamp London 2017 is over and thank you to everyone who joined us for three fantastic days at London Metropolitan University. As a community-led event, feedback is really important to us. It helps us improve our organising process and ensures you – our attendees – are able to tell us exactly what you thought and how we can do it better next time.

Please take a moment to answer our post-event survey.

Thank you in advance. We really appreciate your time!

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Announcing our Dress Circle sponsors


Pragmatic is a Brighton-based WordPress specialist agency transforming the way that companies operate online around the world. Our friendly in-house team of developers, designers and UX experts deliver refined and focused WordPress projects to suit a wide range of requirements, expectations and budgets.

We’re passionate about building with WordPress and creating a happy, nurturing working environment for our team. Our approach towards web strategy and development is iterative and focuses on maintaining flexibility and agility wherever possible, leveraging the power of the wonderfully pragmatic WordPress ecosystem for your benefit.


At YITH we develop innovative WordPress themes and plugins for WooCommerce based sites. For years our philosophy has been based on simplicity and effectiveness as basic concepts required in any professional online business.

Our crown jewel, that makes us proud, is our high-quality support service, through which we take care of our customers day-by-day, never as a number, but as people with faces, names and a personal history that we deeply care for.

Yoast helps you to get the most out of your website! You might know our Yoast SEO plugin; with over 6 million active installs, Yoast SEO is one of the most popular WordPress plugins worldwide.

At Yoast, we believe in holistic SEO: not just one aspect of a website, but all aspects are important and should, be as good as possible. All awesome websites have three things in common: they’re easy to use, contain the right information, and they’re fast and reliable. The bonus is, that if you do all that right, a website becomes easier to find as well!

WPML turns WordPress websites multilingual. It works with caching, SEO and E-Commerce plugins, and allows the building of complete multilingual sites. WPML powers simple blogs as well as corporate and enterprise sites.

WPML allows users to translate everything in the site, including content, menus, widgets and even theme and plugin texts. WPML powers over 500,000 commercial websites from all over the world. More information about going multilingual can be found at

We are looking for talent. If you are a smart programmer you are welcome to contact us here:


Are you coming to WCLDN alone and want to meet new people?

Meet new people at WordCamp London 2017

Earlier this year we had a great suggestion from an attendee about creating designated areas where those who have come to WordCamp London alone, and want to meet new people, can find each other and network.

If you’re someone who’ll be attending WordCamp London 2017 by yourself, or even if you’re with a group, we’ll have designated areas where you can make new connections throughout the following days and times: Continue reading Are you coming to WCLDN alone and want to meet new people?

Contributor Day tickets are sold out for WordCamp London 2017!

We’re having 100 contributors at WCLDN’s Contributor Day

We started with 100 Contributor Day tickets and we’ve just sold our very last one!

If you’re participating in Contributor Day on Friday 17th March, we’re really looking forward to a jam-packed day with a diverse selection of teams available for you to join.

See the entire schedule and teams here.

If you’ve claimed a ticket, but are no longer able to attend, please release your ticket so others may have the opportunity to attend in your place.

Find out all about our Boxes sponsors: Meet the cool Jetpack crew

For anyone who may be living under a rock, tell us… what does Jetpack do, and how long have you been doing it?

Jetpack is a plugin that provides some of the most critical and desired features for WordPress sites by connecting your site to the community and services provided by We’re able to provide our users with some pretty fantastic things: bulletproof security, proven reader engagement and traffic building tools, content delivery, and many other services that folks need to build and grow their sites.

We know you regularly support WordCamps, for those who may not see the value in it – can you tell us why you do? Continue reading Find out all about our Boxes sponsors: Meet the cool Jetpack crew

A huge thank you to our ‘Stalls’ Sponsors

Every year, WordCamp London relies on the financial generosity of WordPress agencies to help support the cost of organising and hosting a successful WordCamp. This year, we’re delighted to be joined by WP Engine, Heart Internet, and SiteGround as Stall tier sponsors.

Our Stall sponsors will be exhibiting during the event, so please do take the time to pop over and say hello; you may want to ask them questions about their services and products or simply say thank you!

Continue reading A huge thank you to our ‘Stalls’ Sponsors