Speak

Before Applying

Before applying to become a speaker, here is some information you should know.

As is common in the WordPress community, we do not pay speakers nor cover speaker expenses, such as hotel, travel or food (though we do have some food available to all attendees on the night).

Our event is typically two and a half hours on one evening each month, so we don’t have a speakers dinner. We typically have 30 minutes of networking before the opening remarks and an opportunity to network after the presentations have finished.

Long-form talks should last 25-30 minutes, with 5-10 minutes for a post-talk question-and-answer session. Your talk is allocated 35 minutes in total.

Lightning talks should last 10 minutes, with an optional opportunity for engaging the audience in some discussion points.

We don’t have the ability for specific child care support, though youngsters who ideally won’t disturb the presentations are welcome to attend.

Our venues are fully accessible.

Even if we have agreed to have you speak at an event, we still require speakers to fill out the form below. Only when this is done do we consider the application to be formally submitted so that it may be accepted. The information submitted here is used on our website, meetup.com, and in other aspects of organising and running the event.

After Applying

If you’ve already applied and accepted, we will send you a link to the WordPress London speaker pack. This contains a general overview of what to expect when you speak at #WPLDN. If you have any questions not covered by the WordPress London speaker pack, please contact us. We’re on hand to ensure your speaking experience is both positive and beneficial to yourself and the WordPress London audience.

Speaker Application

About You

Talk Details

Talk Format

Availability

Please select up to two dates you are available to deliver your talk. Every three months we talk Woo; please do not feel constrained by the topic.

Availability

Media Release Terms

By submitting my talk via the WPLDN website, I understand that portions of the talk may have audio/video-recorded and/or live-streamed and may be used by the organisers. I agree that the organisers have the right and permission to use and publish such media — which may include my name, likeness, voice, city of residence, or photograph — for any purpose in any format, online including, but not limited to, their website and/or offline, now and ever after without further compensation, permission, or notification. I understand that all official recordings from the event are the exclusive property of the organisers, available under the Creative Commons Attribution­ShareAlike license for general use, and I do not ask for nor expect compensation or notification of the use of official recordings or photographs in which I appear or speak.