Introducing our Year-Round Sponsors

by | Oct 30, 2022

WordPress Meetup Sponsors Year-Round Sponsors

Meet the annual Sponsors of WordPress Meetup Amsterdam!

We are very proud to introduce to you the 4 sponsors of WordPress Meetup Amsterdam: Kinsta, Weglot, SiteGround and Aiwos! They are not only sponsoring our next Meetup, but will be supporting us for the whole season, all the way though summer 2023.

With their support we are able to finance all of our regular WP Meetups, our New Years Drinks Meetup, our Summer Event and our marketing materials. It also means we as a team can focus on providing high quality meetups. We are very grateful they these beautiful companies all took the leap and put their trust in our new team and our fresh, but growing community.

Please take a minute to read more about these amazing WordPress companies and take a look at their websites.

 

Kinsta

Kinsta was founded in 2013 with a desire to change the status quo. We set ourselves the goal of building the world’s best hosting platform, and that is our mission.

We started with Managed WordPress Hosting, added Application Hosting and Database Hosting, and are constantly evolving to provide industry-leading tools and services for the modern developer. We strive to provide the best experience for developers and businesses, building for performance and ease of use. We sponsor several meetups to strengthen our involvement within the communities.

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Kinsta | Yearly Sponsor WordPress Meetup Amsterdam

 

 

Weglot

Weglot is an all-in-one solution that translates, manages and displays your multilingual website – without the need for code and SEO optimised.

Install Weglot in just minutes and have a fully multilingual website up and running immediately. Easily translate and manage your multilingual website through Weglot’s simple interface. Discover Weglot in this video.

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Weglot | Yearly Sponsor WordPress Meetup Amsterdam

 

SiteGround

SiteGround’s powerful, yet simple to use WordPress hosting services rank us among the few hosting providers recommended by WordPress.org. Since 2004 we’ve been specialising in high-performance and secure website hosting solutions, crafted to make hosting management easy, whether you’re building a website for yourself, your small business, or your clients. We host over 2.8 Million domain names on our Google Cloud-powered infrastructure, optimized with an array of in-house tools for seamless and faster WordPress performance.

SiteGround has been heavily involved in supporting the WordPress community by sponsoring, organizing and speaking at WordCamps and local meetups all over the world. In 2021 we also released our top-rated WordPress plugins – SiteGround Optimizer and SiteGround Security – previously available on our platform only, for free download and installation on any hosting platform.

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SiteGround | Yearly Sponsor WordPress Meetup Amsterdam

 

Aiwos

Aiwos uses WordPress and Gravity Forms to solve a variety of digital challenges. We develop platforms and solutions for event planning, jury evaluations and grant management. Our clients frequently ask us to develop or enhance their digital workflows. The integration of WordPress in combination with Gravity Forms and related (self-developed) Add-ons to create complex websites and secure online web applications is a recurring theme in our work.

With the assistance of our partner firm GravityWP, a specialist in Gravity Forms, GravityView, and Gravity Flow, we have the ideal answer for practically every online goal. We are active members of the WordPress community and we love to share our WordPress knowledge and experience. That’s why we sponsor WordPress events, like WordPress Meetup Amsterdam and WordCamp Nederland, and visit international WordCamps whenever possible.

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aiwos | Yearly Sponsor WordPress Meetup Amsterdam

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