WordPress London Meetup – Jan. 2016

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January 28, 2016


Happy New Year to you all!  The next #wpldn is going to be a busy one with four speakers for the night.  (The building entrance is still the temporary one to the left.)

WordCamp London 2016 will be closing the Call for Papers this Monday, 18th January 2016!

Get your submissions in now or get in touch with the organising team who can help you settle on a topic: [email protected]

If you’ve got questions about speaking or applying to speak, take a look at their FAQ

Ticket sales open on the 25th January 2016 – so keep your eyes peeled for announcements!


Dave Green

Dave is a tea-drinking web developer from sunny Manchester specialising in front-end development, WordPress, and WooCommerce. He has been developing websites using WordPress for the last five years and is a senior developer at the WordPress development agency Make Do.

Mike Pead

Mike runs Primary Image, based in Westcliff-on-Sea in Essex, and designs, supports, and hosts WordPress websites for clients.  Primary Image specialises in the transport sector, with Mike creating websites for Transport for London, National Express, and Network Rail, amongst many others.

Mark Wilkinson

Mark is a freelance WordPress developer working from home in Lancashire and a former secondary school teacher of Computing. He builds both large and small WordPress sites for clients and agencies across the UK and blogs about WordPress at markwilkinson.me. Mark is particularly interested in using WordPress in different ways, getting away from a CMS or blog.

Kimb Jones

Kimb is the co-founder of UK-based WordPress agency Make Do. In a previous life, he worked in the corporate surroundings of the NHS for over 10 years working in both IT and Marketing. He promises it wasn’t as boring as it sounds (mostly).

He’s been running a local WordPress meetup in Sheffield (UK) for over 5 years, and is the main co-ordinator of WordCamp Sheffield and was on the WordCamp Europe 2014 (Sofia) organising team and has been speaking & involved with WordCamps since 2009.


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Dan Maby

Dan is a director at blue 37. He thrives on business development and project management, as well as having a passion for productivity & marketing.

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