Apart from the awesome list of Speakers at WordCamp Asia 2020, in Bangkok, having Matt Mullenweg as the keynote speaker is the best reason to attend #WCAsia 2020. Don’t you agree?

Matt Mullenweg is the co-founder of the open-source blogging platform, WordPress, the most popular publishing platform on the web, and the founder & CEO of Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com, WooCommerce, Jetpack, and Tumblr. Additionally, Matt runs Audrey Capital, an investment and research company.

He has been recognized for his leadership and success by Forbes, Bloomberg Businessweek, Inc Magazine, TechCrunch, Fortune, Fast Company, Wired, University Philosophical Society, and Vanity Fair.

Matt is originally from Houston, Texas, where he attended the High School for the Performing and Visual Arts and studied jazz saxophone. In his spare time, Matt is an avid photographer. Matt splits time between Houston, New York, and San Francisco.

Matt Mullenweg is the Keynote Speaker at WordCamp Asia 2020 #WCAsia

Follow Matt Mullenweg’s posts on his own blog: Matt Mullenweg – Unlucky in Cards.

What is a Keynote Speaker?

The Keynote Speaker is the star of a conference and the person who sets the mood of the event. The speaker should be able to feel & comprehend the essence of the event from all corners.

Also, he/she should be able to highlight the most significant elements of the event and make clear the mission or goals or the reasons why this event is the best place to be for the audience.

In other words, the Keynote Speaker is introducing to the audience what they should expect from the conference/event. Usually, the Keynote Speaker has to do a lot of research about the related industry, brand, and audience.

It’s common sense, that when the Keynote Speaker is the Founder or/and the CEO of a Company, then by default he/she is the right person to initiate a Conference.

About WordCamp Asia 2020 Tickets

On another note, WordCamp Asia 2020 tickets are sold out thanks to the incredible support of the WordPress community! If you are still looking for tickets or have already purchased one but unable to attend, read about how you can transfer your ticket to others.

Find more about WordCamp Asia 2020 Conference here.

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