WordPress WordCamp Cape Town announced

WooThemes has confirmed the Cape Town WordCamp event for 2013

By - September 20, 2013
WordCamp Cape Town 2013

The organising committee of WordCamp Cape Town announced in a press statement today (Friday, 20 September 2013) that ticket sales for the event had opened.

WordCamp events are community-organised gatherings focused on the WordPress publishing platform, with the Cape Town event being organised by WooThemes employees and held at the Cape Town stadium.

WooThemes is a company well-known for selling premium WordPress themes, which now offers other extensions to the platform as well, and was co-founded by South African Adii Pienaar.

Early bird tickets for WordCamp Cape Town, of which there are only 50, are available from the WordCamp website for R300. Tickets will be R350 once the early bird tickets are sold out, according to the press release.

A ticket will get you access to 8 or more sessions, lunch, coffee, snacks, secure parking in the stadium, a WordCamp t-shirt, and entry to the after-party.

Additional activities, workshops, and networking events will be announced in the weeks leading up to the event, the organisers said.

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