The first group of speakers has been announced for the upcoming WordCamp Europe 2019. Creative and inspiring minds will share their experience with the audience.
In this WordCamp the speakers are divided into 8 groups covering topics such as Business, Design, Gutenberg, Development, Open Source and Communities. The topic of the first group of speakers is Business I.
Speakers Business I
Say WordCamp and open your ears. Meet the first group of WordCamp Europe 2019 speakers about Business.
Less Blame, More Aim: How to use postmortems to turn failures into something valuable for your team.
Daniel leads the enterprise hosting team at SiteGround.
He is responsible for complex cloud solutions provided to WordPress users with very big sites or custom needs and has taken part in system administration, support, project management, and speaking at conferences in his 10 years.
Daniel’s free time is dedicated to the things he loves most — being on a board (skate, snow or wake) and being with loved ones.
The Art of Networking
Francesca is the WordPress Community Manager at SiteGround.
She is part of the WordPress community team, organizing meetups and WordCamps, and taking part in other WordPress events worldwide.
She founded C+B, a blog with a staff of more than 80 authors offering advice for Italian female creative entrepreneurs.
Francesca is a passionate speaker, and you can find her in Italy and around the world talking about WordPress, community, open source, women in tech, and small businesses.
Doing it Wrong
Jenny Beaumont is a multicultural, multidisciplinary maker and writer of things.
She has worked in and around the web industry since the late 90s, has been working closely with WordPress since version 3.0, and with the WordPress community since 2013 when she attended her first WordCamp.
Jenny works at Human Made as a Senior Project Manager and certified Scrum Master, and is based in rural Normandy.
Get things done! 7 Tips to save time
Judith is a digital business administrator, and consults with freelancers and small companies on all aspects of online marketing and digitisation.
She has a soft spot for niches and small businesses because she likes people who follow their passion, having gained 20 years of professional experience in small service businesses, mostly in the tourism industry.
Judith started her own business in 2015, and became a passionate WordPress fan and has been involved in the WordPress Community since 2017.
Renaissance jobs in WordPress: Skills you need to survive the 21st-century career
Nevena is a trained simultaneous interpreter, but swapped her microphone for a laptop in 2015 and started working in WordPress.
She has spent the past four years working in content, editorial, events and, more recently, business development at Human Made.
In her spare time, you can find her hanging upside down on an aerial hoop, skiing, reading, and traveling like a true remote employee.
The Art of Pricing!
Rahul is founder and CEO of rtCamp, an enterprise WordPress agency that is also a WordPress.com VIP partner.
Rahul started using WordPress in 2007 as a professional blogger, then shifted to freelance development projects which soon transformed into rtCamp in 2009.
Over a decade, Rahul has contributed to the WordPress community in different ways, including as a WordCamp speaker, organizer, volunteer, polyglot, and theme and plugins developer, and through side projects such as EasyEngine.
Customer support: turning your nightmare into a growth engine
An opinionated writer, pragmatic minimalist, German expat living in Spain, twin mom, barefoot runner, customer support geek, expert in leading teams across geographies and time zones, and author of the remote leadership bible ‘From a Distance.’
Thousands of customer interactions, hundreds of team 1:1s and raising twins has taught Valentina a thing or two about how to relate to other humans – even if you don’t share an office.