Thanks for Coming!

Thanks to all who attended our September meetup! It feels good to be back from summer break, doesn’t it? Just kidding…

If you missed our meetup or just want the slides for your own reference, here they are:

Tammy Lee – Introduction to WordPress
Theresa Baretta – CRM & WordPress

Thanks to both our speakers, you did amazing jobs!

Join us October 17th at Startup Edmonton for our next meetup. October is a special meetup as it’s also going to be Startup Week.

As always, if you want to speak at a future meetup, fill out the handy dandy form.

See you next month!

September 2016 – Summer is over, but we’re back!

We’re back from summer break!

The next WordPress Edmonton meet-up will take place on Monday, Sept 19, 2016 at Startup Edmonton HQ (top floor of the Mercer Building). We’ll kick things off at 5:45 PM, just in time for most people to come straight from work.

We will have two speakers on two different topics — Each speaker will give a presentation on their topic for about 10 minutes, followed by questions and discussion from the floor. At the end of both presentations, there should be time for socializing.

Topic 1

Speaker: Theresa Baretta
Topic: Using WordPress as a CRM

Topic 2

Speaker: Tammy Lee
Topic: Introduction to WordPress

We thank in advance our speakers, and look forward to hearing about their insights and experiences. Looking forward to seeing everyone on Sept 19!

WordPress Edmonton

Monday, Sep 19, 2016, 5:45 PM

Startup Edmonton HQ
301, 10359 – 104 Street Edmonton, AB

23 Community Members Attending

We’re back from summer break!The next WordPress Edmonton meet-up will take place on Monday, Sept 19, 2016 at Startup Edmonton HQ (top floor of the Mercer Building, [masked] St). We’ll kick things off at 5:45 PM, just in time for most people to come straight from work.We will have two speakers on two different topics — Each speaker will give a pr…

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June 2016 Meetup – The panel is back!

The next WordPress Edmonton meet-up will take place on Monday, June 20, 2016 at Startup Edmonton HQ (top floor of the Mercer Building, 10359 104 St). We’ll kick things off at 5:45 PM, just in time for most people to come straight from work.

This is our last meetup before the summer break and, as is our tradition, we will feature a panel of WordPress users that will field your questions regarding working with WordPress!

Confirmed panelists include:

Geoff Kliza, Elements Digital
Dennis Michael, Wake Creative
Kat Halushka, Trend Lab

If you have any questions you’d like to make sure get asked or that might require a bit of research before-hand, leave a comment on this post!

WordPress Edmonton

Monday, Jun 20, 2016, 5:45 PM

Startup Edmonton HQ
301, 10359 – 104 Street Edmonton, AB

7 Community Members Attending

The next WordPress Edmonton meet-up will take place on Monday, June 20, 2016 at Startup Edmonton HQ (top floor of the Mercer Building, [masked] St). We’ll kick things off at 5:45 PM, just in time for most people to come straight from work.This is our last meetup before the summer break and, as is our tradition, we will feature a panel of WordPres…

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April 2016 Meetup

We’ll kick things off at 5:45 PM, just in time for most people to come straight from work.

We will have two speakers on two different topics — Each speaker will give a presentation on their topic for about 10 minutes, followed by questions and discussion from the floor. At the end of both presentations, there should be time for socializing.

Topic 1
Speaker: Geoff, Elements Digital
Topic: Get Into the Loop

We thank in advance our speakers, and look forward to hearing about their insights and experiences.

WordPress Edmonton

Monday, Apr 18, 2016, 5:45 PM

Startup Edmonton HQ
301, 10359 – 104 Street Edmonton, AB

16 Community Members Attending

We’ll kick things off at 5:45 PM, just in time for most people to come straight from work.We will have two speakers on two different topics — Each speaker will give a presentation on their topic for about 10 minutes, followed by questions and discussion from the floor. At the end of both presentations, there should be time for socializing.We than…

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