Great sponsors make WordCamps possible around the world, and we feel lucky to be sponsored by these great sponsors who take part in the multi-event sponsorship program, helping WordCamps events around the world. Give them a shout out for supporting us here in Seattle, and others around the world!
WiredTree provides Managed VPS and Managed Dedicated Servers to WordPress users worldwide from their Chicago-based data center and offices. They also support all WordCamps in North America as a Pillar sponsor. Thanks so much, WiredTree, for helping us plan a great event for our local WordPress community.
Did you know that Bluehost powers over one million WordPress sites? And did you know they sponsor every WordCamp in the whole entire world? Bluehost was the first company to sign on as multi-event sponsor when we debuted the program in March of 2013, and we’re so very grateful for their continuing support of this and every other WordCamp.
Jetpack can add functionality to your self-hosted site with a suite of WordPress.com features.
DreamHost is a global Web hosting and cloud services provider with over 350,000 customers and 1.2 million blogs, websites, and apps hosted. They sponsor all WordCamps in the US and Canada, including (and most importantly?) this one.
Disqus is a free service that makes it easy for anyone to create or participate in an online community, and we want to thank them for supporting this WordCamp, which celebrates our local WordPress community.
WPML turns WordPress websites multilingual. It works with caching, SEO and E-Commerce plugins, and allows the building of complete multilingual sites. Thank you to everyone who makes WPML for helping us make our WordCamp excellent.
Make sure to give these great sponsors a big shout out and thank you!