That’s a wrap!

WordCamp Montréal Feedback Survey

Now that WordCamp Montreal is over, we’d love to hear what you thought of the event. Please fill in our quick online feedback survey so that we can make next year even better. Fill out the survey.

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View The Slides

Slides from the presentations at WordCamp Montreal 2013 are linked from talk descriptions on our website once speakers send them to us. View the presentation slides.

Share Your Photos

If you took photos at WordCamp Montreal, please add them to our flickr group so everyone can see them. Share your photos.

Thank Yous!

Thanks again to our generous sponsors whose help makes our event so successful and keeps our ticket prices so low.

We wouldn’t be able to make WordCamp Montreal a reality without the help of our sponsors.

WordCamp Pillar: Bluehost

We’d like to thank Bluehost, our top sponsor. Bluehost has been providing quality web hosting solutions to businesses and individuals since 1996, for their generous support. They are supporting many WordCamps as well as our own, and we’d like to thank them for their large-scale support of the WordPress community.

Silver Sponsor: easyPress

Managed WordPress hosting from easyPress lets you focus on what’s most important to you: your site’s content, design and functionality. We are very excited to see a Canadian company enter the market and we’d like to thank them for supporting our event right from the beginning as they were one of our very first sponsors.

WordCamp Champion: DreamHost

We are very happy to have DreamHost as a sponsor. DreamHost is a global Web hosting and cloud services provider with over 350,000 customers and 1.2 million blogs, websites and apps hosted. DreamHost is sponsoring many WordCamps this year, and we are very appreciative of their support for the WordPress community.

Bronze Sponsors: Alley Interactive and Code Poet

We are excited to have Alley Interactive as a sponsor this year. Alley Interactive provides holistic, intelligent, experience-based guidance and web development to content-driven organizations, including news media, entertainment, and higher education. Alley Interactive was one of our very first sponsors this year.

Code Poet
Do you make things with WordPress? Code Poet is a resource for anyone building sites with WordPress. We are very grateful for their continuing support again this year.

Aluminum Sponsors

OnTheGo Systems, Plank, La Fabrique de Blogs, WooThemes, W3Québec,
Brendan & Brendan, HappyBox, PressBooks and 10up

We are thrilled that so many great organizations chose to support WordCamp Montreal this year. Our Aluminum-level sponsors include:

OnTheGo Systems – The makers of WordPress Multilingual (WPML)

Plank – A Montreal digital agency developing exceptional experiences

La Fabrique de blogs
La fabrique de blogs – Création de sites WordPress

WooThemes – Leading wordpress theme and plugin provider

W3Québec – Promotion des normes, standards ouverts et bonnes pratiques du Web et du multimédia au Québec

Brendan & Brendan
Brendan & Brendan – A boutique marketing consultancy firm focused on helping social businesses thrive

HappyBox – A fully responsive cloud-based microsite engine

PressBooks – Easily create ebooks, typeset PDFs, and webbooks.

10up – A premium web agency that imagines, builds, and grows amazing websites with WordPress


Last but not least are our microsponsors, individuals and contractors who still want to suppor WordCamp. Being a microsponsor is easy, just buy the $200 ticket instead of the normal one.

This year’s microsponsors: Diane Bourque, Mark Senff, Jeremy Clarke, Digital Insite, Kirk Wight, Web Cream, Miou Design, Friday Media Tools and Le Goût du Libre.

You can read more about each of our microsponsors.

Our Speakers

Thanks to our engaging speakers who volunteered their time, shared their knowledge, and contributed to the WordPress Community while speaking at WordCamp Montreal 2013.

Our Volunteers

Thank you to our many unpaid volunteers who helped with our registration desk, our hugely successful Happiness Bar, setting up and cleaning up, greeting, translating, and in a million other ways to help WordCamp Montreal running smoothly over two sunny weekend days.

Our Community

Thank you to the Montreal WordPress Community for participating in another successful year!

Hope to see you again next year!

About Shannon Smith

Shannon Smith is the founder of Café Noir Design, a boutique Montreal web design company specializing in bilingual web design. • Shannon Smith est la fondatrice de Café Noir Design, un studio de conception Web à Montréal qui se spécialise en création de sites Web multilingues. twitter | google+ | blog
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