The EWBC is international in scope, with currently 12 different countries represented. But out of those 12, only the UK, Ireland (questionable! :) ), and the USA speak English, while the remainder have their own unique blogging language. As a result, we want to offer the broadest scope of coverage, in as many languages as possible, to those cannot attend the EWBC. So we have a plan!

At locations like http://winebloggersconference.org/europe/portuguese/ you’ll be able to follow the conference in Portuguese. Additionally, you can participate, and interact, thanks to a volunteer who will be attending the conference.

If you want to volunteer, you can, but it’s only on a first come, first serve basis! That means if you speak a language other than Portuguese, and want to be the moderator for your language, send us a note. (photo by by Shawn Econo)

Benefits include:

  • Link to your blog/website/product in the sidebar
  • Special gift – This is secret, but it’s a special wine that we know you can’t find anywhere else!
  • Priority seating in all workshops and tastings
  • Special recognition at the event
  • Assorted extras!!

At this point, you’re most likely thinking, “how much work will this be?” The truth is, as much as you want it to be. We will ask that you attend the workshops on Saturday, and all the key tastings, but other than that, it’s up to you.

Our intention is to communicate the main ideas of the conference, allowing individuals in your language to follow with the conversation. In this way, we hope to make this an authentic Global Conference on Wine Blogging!

Any questions, or to request to moderate a language, just send us an email: contact@wineblogger.info

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