Proud to Sponsor WordCamp Cincinnati 2016
The mutually supportive WordPress community prides itself on freely sharing information to collectively improve the WordPress Ecosystem. This sense of community was widely displayed during Cincinnati’s inaugural WordCamp held October 15-16, 2016 at the University of Cincinnati.
With four educational tracks including Word Press 101, How-To, Marketing, and Developer, there were ample learning opportunities for all attendees. The sessions had broad-based appeal across businesses and industries and across job functionalities.
As business objectives are often moved forward by strengthening relationships, WordCamp Cincinnati 2016 kicked off with a keynote presentation by Jeff Rowe on The Power of Networking. His interactive session highlighted the broad appeal of WordCamp by encouraging Camp attendees to self-identify and network. The brave attendees who were willing to participate in the session highlighted participant diversity including individuals at the beginning of their careers through individuals with many decades of experience. There was also geographical diversity of participants including attendees from Kentucky, Indiana, Oregon, and California.
OhioGhostWriter looks forward to sponsoring future WordCamps Cincinnati.