We are only able to run this conference with the support of sponsors that share our goal to create a wonderful, diverse and insightful event. If you are interested in sponsoring DjangoCon Europe 2018, please check out our brochure at the link below for more details.
If you have any questions or want to talk about individual sponsoring opportunities, our sponsorship team is more than happy to answer all your emails at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are making a product that is useful to Django developers, such as developer tools, hosting platforms or SaaS products, this is the perfect marketing opportunity for you. A booth at our conference will enable you to meet hundreds of potential customers for your product.
There is no better place to recruit Django developers. DjangoCon Europe is the largest single gathering of Django developers in the world. Sponsoring DjangoCon Europe will put you directly in front of your candidate pool, since many attendees will be skilled developers seeking their next big step.
If you use Django or related projects to build your software products, sponsoring DjangoCon Europe is a good way to give something back to the community and say “thanks” to its members. At the same time, sponsoring allows us to keep ticket prices affordable and even offer financial aid for developers from marginalized groups who could not join otherwise.
DjangoCon Europe has a great track record in supporting diversity in tech. Last year’s editions had been able to attract 40 % to 50 % female speakers and attendees from very different cultural and social backgrounds. We are committed to continue this tradition and we need strong partners to make this possible.
Your own employees can profit a lot from attending DjangoCon Europe. Not only does the conference provide valuable education in form of talks and workshops that improve their professional and technical skills, it is also the single best place to start building a network within a community of potential future partners.
DjangoCon Europe is run entirely by volunteers, on a non-profit basis. All the support we receive will go towards covering the costs of the event and reducing the cost for our attendees. This includes:
Anything left over after the conference will be donated to the Django Software Foundation or used for future non-profit open source events.