The International Food Blogger Conference was the first food blogger conference in the world and many still consider it the best. Started in 2009 in Seattle, Washington by Foodista, the conference is now in its ninth year.
While the conference is oriented towards food bloggers, it is also very applicable to other food media, wine bloggers, food brands, and PR companies. Here are a few reasons why you should consider attending:
- Excellent Content of relevance to food bloggers including sessions on writing, social media, technology, community building, career growth, and marketing
- Outstanding Food from our sponsors and local restaurants, including options for special diets
- Pre-Conference and Post-Conference Excursions that allow you to see the Sacramento area and visit a part of the nation’s most dynamic food production regions
- Networking – and Fun! – with your fellow attendees at this intimate gathering of approximately 300 passionate foodies
Please join us September 29 – October 1 in Sacramento, California!
“I’ve attended almost every IFBC and the reason is that this is one conference where the seminars are truly valuable. The topics chosen show that IFBC is keeping in tune with the ever changing aspects of the internet and blogging. Blogging has dramatically changed from early years where you made money off of online advertising. It’s now more about becoming involved in ones’ community and industry.” Catherine Enfield – Munchie Musings – IFBC 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016
“All the staff is fun and the event was exceptional in 2016. Just keep up the great work and look forward to enlightening speakers and breakouts.” Jerald Herron – Foodie Made Simple – IFBC 2016
“It was wonderful being able to network with like minded individuals. We are so happy that it will be once again in Sacramento, we cannot wait.” Dan Pogetti – Love and Risotto – IFBC 2016
“The three IFBCs that I attended were extremely well done – and for a blogger that has a full-time job outside of food blogging, this really gave me an opportunity to think critically and strategically about my focus areas for the future – as well as bounce ideas off of others who are well respected in the industry.” Dawn K. – First Look Then Cook – IFBC 2013, 2014, 2015
“Look forward to another GREAT conference in Sacramento!” Doug Brown – Real Food Finds – IFBC 2014, 2016