The WordPress community in Butwal is organizing its first-ever WordPress seminar in the city. Welcome, WordCamp Butwal 2020! The WordCamp is taking place on 25th January 2020 at Durbar Lawn Party Palace in Shanti Chowk, Butwal.
We are extremely happy to inform you all about the initiation of another local WordCamp in Nepal. It is so overwhelming to see WordPressers from around the country have so much enthusiasm to organize local WordCamps in their city. Butwal is indeed one of the most beautiful cities in Nepal. And we are very excited about WordCamp Butwal 2020.
Prior to Butwal, Kathmandu, Pokhara, Biratnagar, and Bharatpur were the only cities to organize their own local WordCamps. Now, we are so glad to see the WordPress Butwal community joining in and organizing a WordCamp in Butwal for the very first time. Everyone is welcome to contribute and have a good time there.
Early Bird Tickets to WordCamp Butwal 2020
WordCamp Butwal 2020 is going to be a one-day WordPress seminar with many inspiring speakers from around the globe. Not only that, but you will also get many exciting WordCamp swags including an exclusive WordCamp T-shirt.
The early bird tickets to WCBTL are now available and are very LIMITED. The Early Bird ticket price is NPR. 1000 which will be increased to NPR. 1500 once they run out of early bird tickets. ONLY 100 TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE FOR EARLY BIRD REGISTRATION. Therefore, hurry up, and grab your tickets.
You can make the payment in the following options:
- Online transfer via eSewa or Khalti
- Bank Transfer
- Cash Payments
PAN BILL NOTICE: The organizers of WordCamp Butwal 2019 have announced that they cannot provide the PAN Bills to the attendees. According to the organizers, “WordCamps are not run by a private company, therefore, the PAN is not registered for WordCamp Butwal. WordCamps are casual community events. Also, it is run by local volunteers and the ticket prices you pay are not for generating profits. Instead, the surplus amounts are for the next WordCamp, Meetups and WordPress Events in the country.”