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WordPress Entrepreneurs Meetup at WordCamp US 2018

Last year at WordCamp US, I had some of the most amazing conversations with super smart WordPress entrepreneurs in hallways, outside the sponsors area, and even at some after parties.

While those conversations were great, I know that they’re not guaranteed.

You have to be in the right place at the right time, to meet the person you actually want to talk to.

That’s kinda hard considering there are over a thousand people, all with different meetings / plans.

That’s why this year, I have decided to put together a WordPress Entrepreneurs Meetup.

If you run a WordPress-focused business and want to network with other WordPress entrepreneurs, then you will love this :)

Meetup Format and Details

This is an unofficial meetup, not sponsored by any company.

This is NOT a party. However I am happy to buy drinks and snacks for everyone.

It’s 100% free to attend, but I do want to keep it small and intimate, so we can have meaningful conversations and hopefully build lasting relationships.

The goal of the meetup is to connect with smart WordPress entrepreneurs, learn from each other, share knowledge, and make new friends.


Since this is not a party, I’m not booking out any special party venue.

We will likely do the meetup at The Westin Nashville (official hotel of WordCamp US). It’s literally few minutes walk from the venue.

As for the time of event, it all depends on interest, and how many people want to attend.

I have added the form on this page with few time preferences. Based on interest, I might hold more than one meetup.

Apply to Attend the WordPress Entrepreneurs Meetup

All you have to do is fill out the form on this page, and I’ll send you more details.

Sorry, you missed the deadline. This form is now closed.

See you soon at WordCamp US.

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