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Meet These Founders and Their Teams at WordCamp Asia 2024

March 7, 2024 / News & Updates / 0 comments

WordCamp – a conference about everything WordPress. That’s what it is commonly referred to as. But this conference is much more than that.

Speaking from experience, our team at WPfounders has attended WordCamps across the globe, from the US and EU to WordCamp Asia 2023.

All these conferences are a great excuse to meet new people, start collaborations, and meet your friends and team from the WordPress community worldwide.

To break down WordCamps in all fairness, these conferences have three significant aspects. They are the people, the business, and the community‘s contributions. 

The People Side of WordCamps

What makes WordCamps beam with energy are the people that attend from various parts of the world, different backgrounds, cultures, and countries, all flying into a single city to get together and talk about their favourite topic, which is WordPress. 

These events are why people travel to different parts of the world for the first time, and once they reach their destination, they feel like they are in their familiar place. Exploring a new city or being a tour guide to first-time visitors to a town is a great activity that people do. 

The Business Side of WordCamps

Large and even small companies or individuals with new WordPress products participate in WordCamps to spread awareness about their latest products and features. These conferences are great for getting first-hand feedback about new offerings. 

It is always exciting to meet the teams behind WordPress products, make a human connection, and even explore ways for collaborations between businesses and people. 

The Contributor’s Side of WordCamps

These conferences, whether big or small, are an excellent place for contributors to get together, pick up a task, focus, and complete it.

Open source software needs contributors, and in WordCamps, it is highly encouraged that new people get started on their contributor journey and that previous contributors work on something new. 

There is definitely more to it than WordCamps, and the best way to make the most out of these events is to plan what you want to achieve by attending the event.

One way to plan is to know which people and companies are coming and which ones are worth meeting up with.

What These Founders Say About WordCamps

At WPfounders, we are in a unique position where we can talk to so many founders and their teams directly and get to know their opinions. 

Here is what founders say about WordCamps whose teams or they themselves are attending WordCamp Asia’24.

Davinder Singh of The WP Weekly

If you are unfamiliar with the industry, work with other people to get a feel of the ecosystem. If you get a chance to work with a bigger agency, then do it even if you get less money for it.

Davinder Singh Kainth – Founder of The WPWeekly

Michelle Frechette – Founder of WPCoffeeTalk

I love helping to organize camps and meetups, speaking at them, and I hope that the things I’m able to share help others in growing their businesses and their space on the web.

Michelle Frechette – Founder of WPCoffeeTalk

Yoni Luksenberg of Elementor

I love the WordPress community and which is why I try to attend the bigger WordCamps. Attending events helps me feel the vibe of our community. It’s refreshing to hear about their daily routine, notice any new challenges they may be facing and that we can help with.

Yoni Luksenberg – Co-founder of Elementor

rytis founder of omnisend

I attend WordPress meetups and WordCamps; I find them beneficial for understanding the community.

Rytis Lauris – Founder of Omnisend

Katie Keith of Barn2 Plugins

I try to be as involved as possible with the WordPress community. I attend both WordCamp Europe and WordCamp US.

Katie Keith – Co-Founder & CEO at Barn2 Plugins

Bob Dunn of Do the Woo - BobWP

I’ve attended and run Meetups and WordCamps since 2010, around the same time I started getting more involved with the community. I have made hundreds of friends and met thousands of incredible WordPressers.

Bob Dunn – Founder of Do The Woo

Gijo Varghese – Founder of WP Speed Matters

A community can help you in a lot of ways, like product validation, feedback, early customers, marketing, and a lot more.

Gijo Varghese – Founder of WP Speed Matters

If a WordCamp is happening, I make sure that I mark my attendance there. There is so much to learn.

Vikas Singhal – Founder of InstaWP

Ben Gabler – CEO & Founder of Rocket.net

One of my favourite places in the world is a good conference. Forget the location of the conference, it’s all about the people and networking.

Ben Gabler – CEO & Founder of Rocket.net

Amir Helzer of WPML

For people who work from home, live events are a great opportunity to catch up on industry news and to get together with peers and our team.

Amir Helzer – Founder of WPML

Mark Westguard of WS Form

Read about how other business owners have started and run their businesses. Attend WordCamps and speak to other entrepreneurs.

Mark Westguard – Founder of WS Form

Parvez Akhter of ThriveDesk

Attending WordCamps and WordPress events benefits me as a SaaS business owner. First off, they give me a chance to network with fellow professionals, potential customers, and even competitors.

Parvez Akhter – Founder and CEO of ThriveDesk, ThemeXpert, & WPSmartPay

Saad Iqbal of WPExperts

WordCamp and WordPress meetups really help us to meet different WordPressers and provide us the opportunities to listen to their stories and get unique inspirations from them.

Saad Iqbal – Founder of WPExperts

Anh Tran – Founder of Meta Box

If you haven’t attended any WordCamp or meetup, you should do it immediately. It’s a chance to know the WordPress world, WordPress people, products and make connections.

Anh Tran – Founder of Meta Box

I try to attend WordCamps as frequently as I can. It’s a fun experience to meet people and travel to new countries, and I aim to attend them every three to four months.

Nazmul Hasan Rupok – Co-Founder & CEO of WPDeveloper

Chris Badgett – Co-Founder of LifterLMS

I have attended, sponsored, and helped organize WordCamps. These events are a great way for a primarily virtual community to connect.

Chris Badgett – Co-Founder of LifterLMS

Jarrett Gucci – Founder of WP Fix It

I have been a presenter in 16 other WordCamps throughout the United States and a keynote speaker in St Louis back in 2017.

Jarrett Gucci – Founder of WP Fix It

Hari Shanker - Program Manager - Automattic

For those interested in community involvement, I encourage embracing the calling and starting by organizing meetups and WordCamps.

Hari Shanker – Program Manager at Automattic

Oliver Sild – Founder of WebArx

I think WordCamps are definitely important for the community to get closer. WordCamps do feel more like a community event rather than a conference.

Oliver Sild – Founder of Patchstack

Important Links for WordCamp Asia 2024

We thank the founders for contributing to WPfounders, and our team wishes everyone attending WordCamp Asia 2024 a productive one.

If you wish to share your story with the world, you can submit the form here. We are always eager to hear a new story and learn something new.

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