I am a WordPress theme developer and coach. Started my career as a freelancer and now I run an exclusive WP design and development agency – IdeaBox Creations
My online presence https://twitter.com/psahalot https://iampuneet.com
Aditya loves open-source projects and discusses them with a passion. He’s been involved in WordPress ecosystem for over 7 years now. He was the co-organiser of WordCamp Mumbai 2014, 15 and 16. He now works as Chief Culture Officer at Yapapaya.
Saurabh is the Chief Strategist at Yapapaya and the Chief Mentor at BaapWP.me. He believes in freedom. He believes that everyone deserves to have control on their own lives and hence is fascinated by the GPL. He really feels that open source morality and the internet can solve a lot of India’s problems, especially education and livelihood. He loves WordPress because he knows how an open source, democratic, self-controlled publishing and broadcast system is important to himself and to the world. He writes, talks about, teaches and works with WordPress in various technical and non-technical ways.
Alex is an SEO / SEM & Internet Marketer with a wide variety of work experience across industries and domains like Films, TV Production, Customer Service, Politics, Government Operations, Press Relations, Video Games, Casual Gaming, Mobile, Graphic & Web Design.
He runs a digital agency in Mumbai called Ink my web, Other than Inbound Marketing it focuses on developing websites using WordPress. He is an Organiser for WordCamp Mumbai and Volunteer with WordCamp Central.
Amit Singh is a founder and CEO of WPoets Technology. He been working with WordPress since 2007, and contributed his first WordPress plugin to WordPress.org repository in 2008.
He has helped organize PHPCamp, WordCamp, Joomla Day and Drupal camp in Pune. He believes that instead of coding websites, we should be able to assemble it, and is working towards that goal at WPoets.
You can follow him on Twitter @thecancerus
Nirav is referred to as an entrepreneur geek. One who likes technology as much as businesses.
Nirav has built a rather impressive resume over the last 17 years. He launched India’s first electronic magazine at the age of 18, started a thriving web agency at 19, and was asked to exit the company I started at 30. From that low, he made a heroic return, turned around the company and went on to create string of seven businesses. He is not a serial entrepreneur, he is a parallel entrepreneur! He’s authored two books, spoken at various events and conferences, contributed to open source and community, written some fancy code and got gray hair at early age.
Nirav and his team have created some of the most popular WooCommerce plugins. And they also have a lot of plugins on the WordPress plugins repo – with over 100,000 active installs collectively. You can learn more about his WordPress solutions from: http://www.storeapps.org, http://www.icegram.com and http://www.wpmeta.org
His main task everyday is building solutions for a global audience with a team of Indian developers. And over the years, he’s worked with more than 500 developers in his own businesses and elsewhere. He’s seen both great and lousy developers and has developed a very good understanding of what works and what doesn’t.
Numbers and all the claim-to-fame apart, what’s most important to Nirav is to contribute. So if you have any questions about WordPress, WooCommerce, starting up and running a business, he’s the guy to connect to!
We have Swapnil Patil as our Prominent Speaker of WordCamp Bhopal. Swapnil is an engineering graduate from Pune. He is tech savvy and evangelist. He is a front-end developer and designer. He has successfully organized WordCamp in Pune city.
He will be talking about how & why you should translate WordPress products. He has been with the WordPress community for long and there is a lot more to learn from him.
Swapnil started his WordPress journey back in Jan 2014; Since then, he says to have enjoyed each moment of his professional life. He gets immense happiness in giving back to the community and you can see him contributing in some or the other way, by co-organizing WordCamp Pune, publishing plugins on wordpress.org, being a GTE of Marathi WordPress project, or contributing to the core WordPress project.
Rahul Bansal is the founder & CEO of rtCamp , first and only WordPress agency to become WordPres.com VIP partner from India and Asia. He started using WordPress in 2007 and after two years he founded rtCamp.
He evolved into multiple roles with WordPress namely blogger, developer, designer, entrepreneur, translator and also as a WordCamp speaker & organiser. In last 8 years, he has been involved in many open-source WordPress projects such as rtMedia and EasyEngine that are used on thousands of active sites.
He has spoken at many WordCamps, and other tech events including the inaugural Nginx conference in San Francisco in 2014.
Follow him on twitter: @rahul286