Laracon EU Madrid Canceled; Goes Online

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March 16th, 2020

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The following is a press release we received from Laracon EU announcing the canceling of Laracon EU Madrid and they plan to instead hold it online and tickets are now on sale.

March 16th, 2020 – Amsterdam

Laracon EU Madrid is becoming an online conference that takes place in May and is available to everyone world-wide. Current customers will receive refunds in full and a discount on online ticket prices. The sales of online tickets will launch within the next two weeks. The Laracon EU Amsterdam conference will take place in September as scheduled.

In accordance with the best recommendations on containing the transmission of the Coronavirus the 2020 Laracon EU conference in Madrid is being canceled. Ticket prices will be completely refunded to all customers. Customers should expect to receive an email with more details shortly. Credit card customers will receive automated refunds. Customers who have purchased using wire-transfers will receive access to a web-form that will collect bank account information for refunds.

The date and further details of the online conference will be released in the coming week(s). Follow the twitter account https://twitter.com/laraconeu or register for the newsletter for the most up-to-date information.

About Laracon EU

Laracon EU hosts multiple annual conferences where the international Laravel PHP community celebrates together. It’s an unforgettable experience where we meet with friends, network for business and gain opportunities while learning about modern web development.

This year we expect 850 attendees in Amsterdam for a three-day event and are planning an online event to replace the canceled Laracon EU Madrid conference. Laracon EU Amsterdam will have one primary stage with 30 min sessions and will mainly focus on in-depth technical topics that are relevant for Laravel developers.

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Eric L. Barnes

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