We’re thrilled to announce that the WordCamp London box office is now open and tickets for 2017 are now on sale!
You’ll see several different ticket types below, which we’ll do our best to explain clearly.
There is still the conventional Conference Only Ticket, but we’ve thrown in a few more in the mix to keep things interesting…
The True cost of a ticket
The actual cost of every attendee is approximately £170. We’re delighted to be able to ensure tickets remain accessible by keeping them much lower at the awesome price of £30! This is achieved with the generosity of our sponsors, so please thank them all.
If you can, think about giving a little more to WordCamp London 2017 and purchasing a Balcony or Patron ticket. You’ll be helping to ensure the event remains accessible, as well as contribute towards making WordCamp London 2017 the best event it can be.
Last year we had a crèche, live transcribers, a multi-faith and a lactation room to welcome everyone to our event; Balcony & Patron tickets help us add these features to maintain the event inclusive and accessible.
Read more about joining us as a Balcony sponsor here.
We love parents and children! So last year we included a crèche to WordCamp London as part of our dedication to build an accessible and inclusive event.
Nipperbout Ltd are the professional mobile crèche company that provided the crèche for WordCamp London 2016 and we loved them so much we invited them back again for the 2017 edition. They have been delivering conference and event childcare to exhibitions, conferences and festivals for 22 years and are regularly inspected by Ofsted.
If you purchase a ticket and then for whatever reason cannot make it to the event; please use the link in your confirmation email to request an refund.
We’ll miss you! But we understand life happens.
Keep an eye out for the schedule too, which we’ll publish as soon as possible, and start considering whether you’d like to volunteer at WordCamp London 2017! We’ll be back in touch with further details in January 🙂
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