Saturday 19 Jun, 2021

Starting at 9:00am



MeasureCamp is an open, free-to-attend unconference, different to any other web analytics conference held around the world.

Next Ticket Release:


Update August 10: Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the fact the gathering limit hasn’t been increased, new travel restrictions etc. Copenhagen MeasureCamp has been postponed to 2021.

If you already secured a ticket in the previous realeases, you still have that ticket, and won’t need to secure another. In the event that the new date doesn’t suit, or if you have changed your mind, we ask that you cancel your ticket so it can be reallocated.

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MeasureCamp is an unconference, the schedule is created on the day and speakers are fellow attendees.  Everyone is encouraged to discuss and participate in sessions, even to lead sessions themselves. You focus on what YOU find most interesting and useful.

As concept unconferences are designed to encourage discussions & exchange of ideas and have proven to be extremely popular in recent years. They provide an alternative to the traditional one-way conferences through a more collaborative social framework for knowledge sharing. With its small discussion group format and the schedule defined and curated by attendees, MeasureCamp provides participants with the ultimate opportunity to learn, develop and network with peers, consultants and vendors.

See you there for a great inspirational day 🙂

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