22
Oct 12

WhereCamp EU 2013 Is Coming

WhereCamp EU will be back and visiting a new European city in 2013. Watch this space or follow @wherecampeu on Twitter for more details.

Where Will WhereCamp EU Be In 2013?

Or, if you’re going to W3G in London this Wednesday, you’ll be the first to know.

Photo Credits: Michael Coghlan on Flickr.

28
Feb 12

On a quest for sponsors for whereCampEU 2012

whereCampEUOne hundred registrations in less than a week, and the first 50 in just a few hours! And not even that many geofolks from Holland on the list as of yet. That is all very encouraging!!

The local org is now on a quest for sponsors for whereCampEU 2012. What is there to gain from your contribution? Straight from our ‘letter to our sponsors’:

Why Sponsor?
WhereCampEU is now an established event, each event has been attended by over 100 participants with long waiting lists as there is always more demand than spaces. The last year has seen a huge growth in the business of location, with massive uptake of location enabled devices, convergence of GPS, phone, camera and nomadic devices. Location is truly becoming ubiquitous. This is a chance to have your brand associated with the freshest and most innovative geo conference in Europe, and to connect with the grass roots developer community.

We expect to open up registrations as soon as the first sponsors have confirmed. In the meantime, please put yourself on the waiting list, you won’t be there for long.

Interested to contribute to this event as a sponsor (and to be there?) Send us a message!


11
Feb 11

Announcing WhereCampEU 2011

Stadtplan von Berlin 1:25000  c 1952
By sludgegulper

Mark your calendars WhereCampers, we are finalising an amazing followup to last year’s big event. Berlin, a city that’s renowned for its design and creativity is hosting WhereCampEU for two days over 27/28 May. We can’t wait, and I suspect neither can you.

When it comes to fashion, art, design and music, the German capital is the city to watch. A global influx of creatives has turned it into a cauldron of cultural cool reminiscent of New York in the ’80s.