Organizers of the very first WordCamp Belgrade are happy to report that the event was a smashing success. Serbia’s rapidly growing WordPress community started just two years ago with local meetups that became larger than some smaller WordCamps. “Our road from the first meetup back in April 2013 to the first WordCamp was brilliant,” organizer Milan Ivanovi? said. “Every WPSerbia meetup had no less than 100 people attending, with at least three speakers each.” Serbia was ready to host its first WordCamp. “We were completely sold out about 10 days before the actual event, and it was such a shame that we had to turn down around 50 people who were asking for extra tickets,” Ivanovi? said. “We were limited by the venue and we couldn’t take more than 180.” Attendees represented 13 different countries with the highest numbers from Serbia (73%), Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Croatia. Those who came from other countries were treated to Serbia’s famous hospitality with tours and local cuisine. “We dedicated some extra time for people who visited Belgrade for the first time to experience Belgrade and all of its beauties,” Ivanovi? said. “That is why we organized an unofficial after-after
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