We are working on the final details of ExpressionEngine Conference 2013. We are very excited about this year's show. We are about to contract nearly 300% more space and triple the offerings.
We are now starting our search for talented speakers and teachers for the conference. Acceptance as a speaker could include travel, free admission, stay, and payment. If you are interested in speaking or teaching at this year's conference, please fill out the following form.
This year's conference will also include 3000 sqft of Vendor space (Pre-Designed Stations with your Brand). If you are a vendor interested in getting face to face with hundreds of ExpressionEngine users, now is your chance!
If you want to recommend someone else, feel free to put their information also!
San Antonio TX – Oct 26, 2012 - Turner Parscale LLC, a technology investment firm, has purchased the assets and rights to EECI, the Community run conference for ExpressionEngine and CodeIgniter conference, from Whoooz! Webmedia for an undisclosed amount.
Turner Parscale, a partnership funded by Tom O. Turner and Brad Parscale, invests in emerging web content technologies. Brad is the President of Giles-Parscale, Inc and DevDemon Add-Ons. Tom is the CEO of Pisces LP, a San Antonio-based private equity and venture capital firm. His portfolio includes Akimbo Financial, www.akimbocard.com,which he co-founded in 2009.
Brad Parscale stated, “It is exciting to take over the reins for the EECI Conference. Turner Parscale’s goal is to make EECI the best conference it can be. We have already started to plan for amazing things in 2013.”
Turner Parscale is actively searching for and investing in web content technologies and sees the ExpressionEngine community as a highly successful source for growth opportunities.
Ryan Irelan, with Mijingo said, "After the last EECI in Horseshoe Bay, Texas, I wasn't sure if someone would take over and continue running a large community event every year. I'm excited that the conference is again going to be run by someone from the community. Large multi-day conferences take a lot of time and resources to put on. It's exciting that Brad and his team are taking over EECI.”
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