WordCamp Is Over Now What? – Feedback & Action

First a big thank you to all of the organizers, speakers, sponsors, attendees, and volunteers who helped create one of our best Denver events to date.

It was a great weekend and probably worth getting up early on your Sat. and Sun. mornings. But how do you get even more from WordCamp now that it’s over.

General Feedback

While it’s fresh in your mind we’d like to hear what you thought about this year and what you would like to see and do next time. The organizing committee really listens, so take 5 minutes to give us your input.

WordCamp Denver General Feedback Form

Take Action

The real value of any event is found in what you do when the event is over.

If you haven’t already, write down some quick notes to capture the ideas, connections, and inspirations from this weekend. The notes you made may be overwhelming, that’s o.k.

 Just pick one thing and do it.

That’s all it takes. Do just one thing. One of the recurring themes during the weekend is that imperfect action is better than no action.

I was asked on Sunday if there were closing remarks and we hadn’t planned on it. If we had gathered everyone together for a final thought, it would have been this message – take action.

Don’t think about it too hard, query, wp_query, ponder, procrastinate or ruminate – just do it.

Ultimately it doesn’t matter what action you take just that you take it.

But first let us know what you think.

WordCamp Denver General Feedback Form

See you at the next Denver WordCamp.

Call for Sponsors

WordCamp Denver 2016, November 5-6.

This is our 6th year and WCD is more than a local event – it’s regional.

Our 2015 event was a tremendous success. Hosting 325+ attendees with 350+ anticipated for 2016. Attendees are web-savvy professionals from a thriving and growing tech community.  Report: Colorado’s technology sector still riding high

And given Denver’s location in the region we attract visitors from the local areas of Fort Collins, Colorado Springs, The Front Range, and Grand Junction as well as from Utah, Wyoming, Kansas, and Oklahoma. Which means a bigger reach for our sponsors too!

Being a sponsor gives you a unique opportunity to invest in the Rocky Mountain Region WordPress community.

All of our valued sponsors help to support the free and open source WordPress project by donating to WordCamp Denver. Without our sponsors, this event simply would not be possible. We have all benefited from using WordPress; now is the perfect time to give something back.

An Option For All Levels

We’ve created sponsorship levels to fit every budget from corporations to small local businesses to independent freelancers. Even if you are a small agency, restaurant, magazine, or an individual wanting to give back because you know that WordPress has helped you and your business, we have a support level for you.

Ready to Go? Need more information?

Visit the Sponsorship Page to find the sign up form and more details.

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