Welcome the third group of #WCEU Speakers!

Ready for some more WordCamp Europe speakers? We’re pretty excited to introduce you to some more. They come from all over Europe and we think you’ll be excited to hear what they have to say.

Tom Willmot is the co-founder & CEO of Human Made, a WordPress agency which is also behind happytables, WP Remote & BackUpWordPress. He’s a long time WordPress user & developer with a passion for people. Scarf enthusiast.

Amelia Andersdotter has been a Member of the European Parliament. She currently engages in privacy and data protection advocacy in Sweden.

Anders Jensen-Urstad has built websites and maintained servers since the days of Linux 2.0.x, Perl and cgi-bin. After a stint as a professional pirate in the European Parliament he’s now involved in Dataskydd.net, a Swedish organization working on data protection issues, and works for a library doing things with open access and free software. He’s interested in intellectual property law and beer and a bunch of other things and hails from Stockholm, Sweden.

Becs Rivett is an experienced email marketer who’s worked in beauty, fashion and financial services. She is now working for MailPoet, helping people to send email newsletters within WordPress. When she’s not thinking about email marketing, she is usually thinking about her next meal, which leads her to blog about food on laythetable.com

Xavier Borderie is the head of WordPress-Francophone, the French non-profit organization for promoting all things WordPress. French translator for WP since v1.2. Co-organizer of 4 WordCamps and 4 WordPress barcamps in Paris. All around nice guy.

Yoav Farhi is an Iñtërnâtiônàlizætiønër at Automattic, who works on everything related i18n (that’s internationalization) and l10n (localization) and of course, translation. A core contributor to WordPress for 6 years now, he works hard to make the web a better place.

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