Post Status Publish is a one day conference and reception on December 1st, 2016 – the day before WordCamp US starts – hosted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Post Status Publish is exclusive and focused for WordPress professionals. The reception will be a networking opportunity and chance to chat with like-minded folks after a day of exciting activity, just in time to go to dinner afterward.
Post Status Club Members tend to be the type of folks that attend WordPress conferences, but spend most of their time in the hallway track. The goal for Post Status Publish is to bring the hallway track to the main stage.
We’ll have presentations that don’t usually get the chance to be on the main stage. We’ll break out of the standard format. It will be a mix of conversations, interviews, and case studies.
If you are all too accustomed to typical conference talks and want to go deeper, higher, farther – all in a collaborative and friendly environment, Post Status Publish is for you.
What you need to know
Date: December 1st, 2016 (The day before WCUS starts)
Main Event Time: 8:30 am – 4:30pm with reception from 5pm – 7pm (First session is at 9:15. Get there at 8:30!)
Reception Only: 4:30pm – 7pm (separate ticket available)
Location: The Hub at Commerce Square in Philadelphia, PA
Address: 2001 Market St #210, Philadelphia, PA 19103
People: Our venue has limited space, and tickets for the main event may go quickly. We’ll have a bit more space for the follow-on reception. This event is for members only, and is a paid event.
Space: We have a primary room for presenters, and a breakout space for people that seek to collaborate in smaller groups.
Publish is an opportunity to take part in a conference geared toward WordPress professionals, without having to commit to travel and hotel just for that conference. If you’re already attending WordCamp US, and you make a living with WordPress, then Publish is a no-brainer. No extra flight. Only one extra hotel night, and your ticket. That’s it. I can’t wait to see you there.
Post Status Publish is not affiliated with any WordCamp or WordPress itself.
Thank you Kari Leigh for the photo