See You in Nashville?

It’s that time of year again! WordCamp U.S. is taking place in Nashville, will we see you there?

Where: Nashville
When: December 1st – 3rd
Cost: $40
More Info: https://2017.us.wordcamp.org/ 

Every year at the beginning of December marks the annual WordCamp U.S. conference. The past two years it has been in Philadelphia and the event didn’t fail to disappoint.

This year (and in 2018) the location has jumped to Nashville. It’s the first time since starting the entire U.S. version of WordCamps that it will take place in another city.

If you have never been to a WordCamp, or if you have only been to some smaller WordCamps, then this is a trip worth taking. You will absolutely come away with business insights, new connections, and insight into the WordPress direction for the coming year.

Oh, and some of the LearnDash team will be there as well – so it’s a great time to come say “hello”! 🙂

Where to Get Tickets & What to Expect

Tickets are first-come, first-serve. There are still some available as of the writing this.

At present the price is $40, and let me tell you: that’s a steal for what you will get.

There are dozens amazing sessions, hundreds of sponsorship booths (which are far more entertaining than typical trade shows), scheduled after-parties, networking opportunities, and more. There really is something for everyone.

Each year I personally look forward to hearing Matt Mullenweg give the “State of the Word” address where he discusses key accomplishments of WordPress over the year and what to expect in the near future. It’s a great way to close out the calendar year and build excitement in the WordPress industry.

So if you don’t have any plans this weekend and are just looking for something fun to do – then join us at WordCamp U.S. in Nashville!

Author

Justin Ferriman is the co-founder and CEO of LearnDash, the WordPress LMS trusted by Fortune 500 companies, major universities, training organizations, and entrepreneurs worldwide for creating (and selling) their online courses.

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