Category Archives: Sponsors

Thank you to our Gold sponsors

Jetpack can supercharge your self-hosted site with a suite of the most powerful WordPress.com features.

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.

BoldGrid is a website builder powered by WordPress. It is a free set of WordPress plugins, themes, and other content that allows site creation and management similar to non-WordPress website builders. By placing WordPress more in line with DIY site builder solutions on the market, our mission is not only to make WordPress more accessible and easy for beginners to utilize, but also automate and streamline typical WordPress tasks to provide a fast, creator-friendly platform that even web professionals will appreciate.

37% of all online stores are powered by WooCommerce. Built on WordPress, WooCommerce is a fully customizable, open source eCommerce solution.

Thank you to our Silver sponsors

GoDaddy Pro is a free membership program for web developers, designers & agencies. It offers exclusive tools to help onboard, manage and maintain multiple clients and their sites fast and easy. With GoDaddy Pro tools, you can easily shop for your client, monitor their sites, and manage their products from a single dashboard. Additionally, your membership includes advanced 24/7 technical support and rewards for recommending GoDaddy to your clients.

 

Thank you to our Bronze sponsors

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.

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. We just can’t thank them enough.

Currently protecting more than one million WordPress sites, SiteLock delivers a patented 360-degree website security solution to find, fix and prevent malware and other threats from affecting websites and their visitors. Services include automatic malware scanning and removal, an advanced web application firewall, static application security testing, PCI compliance and website acceleration powered by a global CDN. SiteLock offers phone, email and chat support, 24/7/365. With SiteLock, you can focus on what’s most important—your business, your passion, your word.

Call for Sponsors

WordCamp Salt Lake City 2017 is fast on the approach, and we’d love YOUR support!

Do you love WordPress (yes)? Do you love your WordPress community (YES!)?

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Here’s your chance!

We’re looking for sponsors for Wordcamp SLC 2017! We have several options for you to choose from. The first options are based on the Global Sponsor guidelines, and the last is our in-kind sponsorship. Check out the details and contact us for more details below:

Millcreek:

Cost: $500

What you get, aside from the warm fuzzies that come with supporting WCSLC:

  • Name, logo, and company description/blurb on the WCSLC site
  • A sticker or postcard added to our swag tables
  • One free ticket to WordCamp SLC 2017, reserved for a company rep

Little Cottonwood:

Cost: $1500

What you get, aside from the warm fuzzies that come with supporting WCSLC:

  • Name, logo, and company description/blurb on the WCSLC site
  • Dedicated tweet announcing your sponsorship from the official @WCSLC Twitter account
  • A sticker and postcard added to our swag tables
  • Two free tickets to WordCamp SLC 2017, reserved for your company reps

Big Cottonwood:

Cost: $3000

What you get, aside from the warm fuzzies that come with supporting WCSLC:

  • Name, logo, and company description/blurb on the WCSLC site
  • A blog post written by the sponsoring company posted to the WCSLC site (subject to approval)
  • Table at WCSLC for meeting attendees (if space is available, confirm with sponsor wrangler/organizers before the event)
  • Dedicated tweet announcing your sponsorship from the official @WCSLC Twitter account
  • Three swag items added to our swag tables
  • Four free tickets to WordCamp SLC 2017, reserved for your company reps

Parley’s (in-kind):

We also accept in-kind sponsorships of a product or service. In the past this has been things like promotional or trial cards or free subscriptions for giveaways/scavenger hunts, coffee and edibles, anything that your company provides that you would like to donate to our attendees.

What you get, aside from the warm fuzzies that come with supporting WCSLC:

  • Name, logo, and company description/blurb on the WCSLC site
  • One free ticket to WordCamp SLC 2017, reserved for a company rep
  • You choose what to offer/donate/give away!

All sponsors get a mention in the opening and closing comments, a mention on the blog, and a logo on the schedule on the day of the event.


Sponsors are a crucial element of what makes WordCamps happen! We appreciate you taking the time to take a look, and if you’d like to be a sponsor, you know what to do: