WP Engine Summit/2021 is coming up fast—the premier global conference for developers and marketers will be held as a digital event on June 24th and it will be filled with all the high-profile speakers and in-depth content you’ve come to expect from our signature annual event. 

Registration is Open—And Free!

Learn from industry experts about recent updates to the WordPress landscape that can help you create the most compelling online presence for your business or brand, as well as new data and trends that can help predict the future of online customer experiences.

This year’s sixth-annual event boasts a mix of live and on-demand content as well as networking opportunities and breakout sessions for attendees, and you can access all the information you need from wherever you go!

To see a full lineup of speakers, presentations, and breakout sessions, visit this page. Summit/2021 will feature discussions on a variety of themes, including some of the following:

Featured Keynote Address: Personal Breakthroughs

Reshma Saujani has spent more than a decade using her activism to fight for women and girls’ economic empowerment, close the tech industry’s gender gap, and she recently began advocating for policies to support moms impacted by the pandemic.

Reshma is the author of the international bestseller “Brave, Not Perfect,” and her influential TED talk, “Teach girls bravery, not perfection,” has more than five million views.

During her live fireside chat, Reshma will answer questions, recount her personal breakthroughs and lessons learned, and offer tips on ways to improve resiliency and take the risks that will lead to breakthrough ideas. You won’t want to miss this dynamic conversation!

Additional Keynote Presentations 

Summit/2021 will also feature presentations from WP Engine executives on the following topics: 

Heather Brunner, CEO and Chairwoman of WP Engine, will discuss the results of an exciting, first-of-its-kind research project examining the combined global economy for WordPress and how it is winning the web.

Jason Teichman, COO of WP Engine, will share recent product introductions, and the roadmap ahead for WP Engine’s customer-inspired innovations. 

Jason Cohen, Founder and CTO of WP Engine, will discuss how Atlas, WP Engine’s Headless Platform, powers the creation of dynamic personalized content based on inferred demographics and user behaviors—and uses it to double conversion rates.

You’ll also hear from other inspirational speakers including: 

  • Chen Goldberg, VP of Engineering, Google
  • Lisa Cheatham, VP of E-Commerce, Great American Cookies
  • Dave DiCamillo, CTO, Code & Theory

Featured Breakout Sessions

Accelerate Your Agency: From Member to Strategic Partner in a Year

Creating compelling creative assets for clients and improving results year after year is the goal of any agency, and turning one-time projects into recurring clientele is key to increasing your bottom line. Learn how Code & Theory leveraged WP Engine’s Agency Partner Program resources to earn more revenue and deliver greater results for their customers.

Under the Hood with Headless WordPress and the Google Cloud Platform

Google Cloud Platform’s (GCP) Kubernetes engine makes it easy to deploy, manage, and scale applications, thereby accelerating the development process. Learn how WP Engine’s new solution for Headless WordPress hosting, Atlas, leverages GCP to deliver the next generation of speed and flexibility for WordPress Developers from the VPs of Engineering at both Google and WP Engine.

Find the full Summit/2021 agenda here—and register for free today!

About WP Engine

WP Engine, the world’s most trusted WordPress technology company, powers the freedom to create on WordPress. We provide the most relied upon and trusted brands and developer-centric WordPress products for companies and agencies of all sizes, including Atlas, Flywheel, Genesis, and Local. Headquartered in Austin, Texas, WP Engine has offices in Brisbane, Australia; Kraków, Poland; Limerick, Ireland; London, England; Omaha, Nebraska and San Antonio, Texas. Read more at www.wpengine.com.