Gold Sponsor: WPZOOM

WordCamp Belgrade wouldn’t be possible without the generous contributions from companies like our Gold sponsors. And I’m proud to announce one of our Gold sponsor to be WPZOOM.

WPZOOM is a one-stop WordPress theme shop focused on developing modern, user-friendly WordPress themes. Some of our most popular themes are being used on education sites, blogs, business sites, magazines & newspapers, eCommerce sites, and many others.

They’re located in Chisinau, Moldova, but some members from their team are based in countries like USA, Serbia, Indonesia.

Visit their website to see the beautiful themes that we’ve created and are used on more than 50.000 sites.

Payoneer to sponsor at WordCamp Belgrade

We are proud to announce that Payoneer will be our Silver Sponsor.

Payoneer empowers global commerce by connecting businesses, professionals, countries and currencies with its innovative cross-border payments platform. In today’s borderless digital world, Payoneer enables millions of businesses and professionals from more than 200 countries to reach new audiences by facilitating seamless, cross-border payments. Additionally, thousands of leading corporations including Google, Airbnb, Elance-oDesk and Getty Images rely on Payoneer’s mass payout services.

With Payoneer’s fast, flexible, secure and low-cost solutions, businesses and professionals in both developed and emerging markets can now pay and get paid globally as easily as they do locally. Founded in 2005 and based in New York, Payoneer is venture-backed, profitable and ranked in the top 100 of Inc. 5000’s Financial Services companies.

Please check out this blog post on their website.

MaxCDN is Attending WordCamp Belgrade 2015


This year, MaxCDN is attending and speaking at WordCamp Belgrade 2015 as a Gold sponsor. Like all WordCamps held globally, this event will feature WordPress advocates who believe in a faster web that’s both open and secure.

What We’re Teaching Attendees
At WordCamp Belgrade, we will be representing MaxCDN’s Serbian team by doing a workshop on Day 2 of the event.

We’ll be bringing the reverse proxy logic close to people, showing attendees the reverse proxy caching system from the ground up. We’ll be demonstrating caching on a request basis (as we do in MaxCDN) and how it affects website speed.

Additionally, we’ll be describing DNS (focused on Anycast), showing network debugging methods and performance measuring methods.

What Else You Will Learn
In addition to learning about reverse proxy logic at WordCamp Belgrade, attendees will also learn about things like HTTP/2, usability testing on WordPress, and building SaaS with WordPress. For a list of topics being presented, feel free to visit the official speakers page.

As the general manager of our Serbian office, I’m very excited to be attending and conducting a workshop. I also look forward to answering any WordPress-related questions.

If you have questions about any of the topics mentioned above and want to get things started early, feel free to leave a comment below. See you in Belgrade!

Schedule is up

Our schedule is up.

Registrations starts early Saturday morning at 8:00 and every attendee will get lanyard with his name on it and free T-shirt.

From 9:00 till 18:00 we will have 1 track with 10 awesome speakers. Every talk will take around 25 minutes with another 10 minutes questions. Between sessions we have 10 minutes so the next speaker can set everything up.

We will have 2 longer breaks of 15 minutes to grab coffee and a long lunch between 12:55 and 14:00 where we will serve a great lunch.

Checkout the schedule


Contributors day

Contributor day will be on Sunday from 11:00 till 17:00 for all WordCamp Belgrade attendees. We are still working on the details but we would like also to organize a few workshops which extend the sessions of our conference.

If you have comments or ideas then please let us know in the comments.

Thank you Comtrade

A conference starts with finding a venue and we are thrilled to have the offices of Comtrade as our venue. They have been kind to sponsor their space and have been very helpful with making WordCamp Belgrade possible / awesome.

Also, the venue is not the only thing that Comtrade will provide. Our attendees will enjoy coffee prepared in Comtrade’s bar, use it’s WiFi and for those who didn’t make on our Attendees list, Comtrade will provide Live streaming, more details about that one are coming soon!

All of these are coming completely free of charge and there is no words for us to describe how thankful we are to Comtrade.

About Comtrade

Established in 1990, ComTrade is a leading IT company in the region with offices in 11 countries across Europe and North America. Our technology centers are located in three major cities – Ljubljana (Slovenia), Belgrade (Serbia) and Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina).

Comtrade is a system of companies that operate in the field of software solutions, system integrations and hardware distribution. With a proven track record of delivering industry-leading IT solutions and software engineering services, ComTrade has become a trusted developer of end-to-end technology products and solutions in various industries.

Read more about Comtrade and check out couple of images of our awesome Venue on our page Location.


As some of you have already seen, the first WordCamp Belgrade is completely sold out. It was a bit nervous in the beginning but we are happy to see so many people registered and we can’t wait to welcome you all next weekend.

Hope for tickets

If you missed out on tickets, watch this site (while people can cancel), subscribe to blog post updates by email in the site sidebar and keep an eye on @WPSerbia. We make no promises but if we’re able to release a few more tickets it’ll be announced there.

Big thanks to our community sponsors

Some sponsors sponsor the WordCamps they picked out them self but others sponsor just all of them. These are the community sponsors and in this case they provide funding for every WordCamp in Europe. They do a great work by providing support this way to our great community.

A huge thanks to WPML, Bluehost, Jetpack and PlanetHoster for all of their support in making our event the fantastic WordCamp that it is! We are counting down the days, and looking forward to seeing you all there.



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