Congress council is focused on the Call for Papers
In the upcoming days it will be decided who receives a session this year and which topics will be in the program of Meet Magento on 11th & 12th May in Leipzig. So our Call for Papers for 2015 is closed and the Meet Magento conference committee is talking about the topic submissions.
More than 75 submissions contain our Call for Papers this year. Thanks to all national and international speakers who have made the work and have sent a session proposal. From trendy marketing topics to exciting case studies and important developer themes, there will be found many Magento and e-commerce lectures that make your heart beat faster. The choice and program planning will take some time. Because of that, we will shorten the time of waiting with a brief introduction of our congress counsil members.
As Magento developer and trainer Vinai Kopp knows the branch and which topics are essential for developers. The German Community Manager and Magento evangelist Rico Neitzel is well connected in the Magento developer scene and will also check for us the submitted developers topics. What is relevant for merchants and which must-have should a successful Magento shop have? Our congress counsil member Walter Steinbach can evaluate submissions as IT manager of Impericon. Ulrich Hafenbradl (Founder and CEO of Trusted Shops) will help us for all general topics with his advisory capacity as an expert in e-commerce and online marketing. We are already excited and can hopefully present you the program as soon as possible. Until then, lean back relaxing with a cup of coffee and get in mood with the video sessions of 2014 for the upcoming Meet Magento.