Bluehost, a provider of cloud-based solutions, including web hosting services, eCommerce tools, marketing applications, and more, part of the Endurance International Group, announced its continued commitment to supporting the WordPress community through its global sponsorship of 2018 WordCamps.
WordCamps are community-organized conferences that take place in cities around the world where WordPress enthusiasts meet to share knowledge about WordPress and the online platform it offers.
For the fifth year, Bluehost is a top-tier sponsor of the WordPress Camps. “As a top-tier global sponsor of WordCamp, Bluehost contributes to building our community of passionate WordPress users,’ said Matt Mullenweg, lead developer WordPress and founder and CEO of Automattic. “Bluehost’s investment in WordCamp is critical to keeping these events affordable for WordPress users to attend, share their knowledge and learn from each other, which is what the WordPress community is all about.”
WordCamp US will take place in Nashville, Tennessee where thousands of WordPress users, developers and advocates are expected to meet – to learn and share knowledge with the community. In addition to being an event sponsor, Bluehost provided two WordCamp US scholarships to Women Who WP through WordCamp Central and awarded one lucky Bluehost social media follower an all-expenses-paid trip to WordCamp US 2017.
Bluehost, HostGator, iPage
“We are proud of our contribution to the WordPress Foundation and our support of the WordPress community,” said Bluehost Vice President of Product Development, Brady Nord. “Whether through our engagement with the community or our WordPress focused solutions, Bluehost is committed to supporting the growing number of small business owners and entrepreneurs around the world who use WordPress.”
The Endurance family of brands includes: Constant Contact, Bluehost, HostGator, iPage, Domain.com, BigRock, SiteBuilder and SinglePlatform, among others. Headquartered in Burlington, Massachusetts, Endurance currently employs over 3,600 people across the United States, Brazil, India and the Netherlands.