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cP1Con | Your Passport to All Things cPanel

Product previews? Check. Sessions? Check. Training courses? Check…Alright, let’s do it!

This upcoming year, the cPanel team will be loading up our backpacks and heading on the road to meet with customers, partners, and web professionals around the globe in our brand new event series, cP1Con.

cP1Con is a one-day event hosted in various locations throughout the world. It packs product demos, training sessions, and many of the things our community has come to love about cPanel Conference into a digestible, accessible one-day affair. Also — did we mention it is completely free to attend?

We’re launching this cPanel event series to give individuals who can’t make it out to our annual conference additional opportunities to interact one-on-one with the talent behind our product. Our journey will stretch us from the coasts of California all the way to the seas of Singapore, with several stops in between.

Find an event happening near you and join us in your passport to all things cPanel.


Dallas | January 21
SoCal | February 15
Edinburgh | April 14
Chicago | April 21
Philadelphia | May 10
Singapore | August 2016
Mumbai | December 2016

*Dates and locations subject to change.


Join the Expedition


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5 responses to “cP1Con | Your Passport to All Things cPanel”

  1. Scott Neader says:

    Chicago! (Minneapolis would be even closer, if you ever get up that way)

  2. cPSteve says:

    We’re really excited about this, and we hope our partners and users find it valuable. We hope to see you there.

  3. cPSteve says:

    That’s great to hear, @scottneader:disqus. Which location is closest to you?

  4. This is a really great idea, being closer and more accessible to all parts of the country/world is very important.

  5. Scott Neader says:

    I’ve wanted to cPanel to do this for years — so glad to see it finally happening! I’m about 5 hours away from the closest one and will try hard to be there. Thanks, cPanel!!

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