Thank You to Our Watt Sponsors!

Our incredible sponsors helped make WordCamp Scranton a great event. Be sure to show them some love!



Coalwork is a coworking space located at the heart of Downtown Scranton. It offers a shared office environment and is designed to help bring people together. Coalwork helps cultivate relationships…as well as get people out of the house! Learn more at



SiteGround, with over 10 years in the business, provides managed WordPress hosting that does not miss a thing! Their servers, available in 3 different data centers across the world, are optimized for ultimate WordPress speed and security and they provide many goodies for the WordPress fans – automatic updates for the core WordPress and its plugins, WordPress SuperCacher for ultimate speed acceleration, staging tool for the coders and unique WordPress autoinstaller for the starting users – all crafted in-house by the SiteGround team. And still they do not forget the importance of the good old standard hosting features like the domain name registration, the email service, control panel and the reasonable pricing. They also have a support team that is not only available 24/7 by phone, chat and ticketing, but consists of WordPress enthusiasts who will help you with specific WordPress issues. SiteGround has been actively involved with the community speaking, supporting and attending various WordCamps around the world and by sponsoring WordCamp Miami, they want to further contribute to the amazing WordPress community.



Posture Interactive is a Scranton, Pennsylvania-based full-service agency committed to the highest standards of design & technology, with a focus on web development, branding & identity, marketing & consulting.



WeFixBrokenWebsites is a frontend WordPress web design and development shop focused on small business and solo-preneurs. We provide answers, solutions and consulting services for WordPress sites as well as first class SEO, PPC, and local directory management. To us responsive is not only about your website.

We speak plain English to nonGeeks.