Everything Food Conference will be held in Salt Lake City, UT at The Eccles Theater on May 4-6, 2017. Everything we do, everything we plan is to help YOU grow, improve, and most importantly feel empowered to reach your goals and change the world around you. We are honored to host such a high-quality, life changing event and would be honored to have you join us. Here are only a few comments provided on our post-conference survey:
“I’ve attended BlogHer, BlogHer Food, Food and Wine Conference and a few smaller conferences, and NOTHING was life changing as EFC! I am beyond blessed to have had the opportunity to attend and like I said- my blog is THRIVING right now because of everything I learned at EFC. THANK YOU!!”
“I want you guys to know how LIFE CHANGING Everything Food was for me. My blog page views has TRIPLED since the conference, my income has TRIPLED since the conference, and I am flooded with requests for sponsored posts.”
“This was THE BEST conference I have attended so far, which is really impressive since it was your first year! I’ve already bought my ticket for next year. Can’t wait!”
“You gals knocked it out of the park with organization and food!!! Everything was so smooth and there was so much to do, I was exhausted, but in a good way! Oh, and the swag was AMAZING!”
Kami Kilgore (Owner and Founder of Everything Food Conference) – Prior to blogging at No Diets Allowed, I was clueless about how much time, dedication and hard work went into blogging. After oodles of blood, sweat, tears and mistakes, I quickly discovered my hobby needed to become a business.
I kept feeling like I was meant to do something bigger in addition to my blog. While attending SNAP!, I immediately knew I needed to start a food bloggers conference. In the hotel lobby, I began planning and did not stop planning for 13 months straight.
During our first conference, I was overwhelmed with gratitude and excitement from all the positive feedback I received. Attendees would approach me constantly saying “I can’t believe this is your first year!” or “I’ve been to several other conferences and EFC has blown them all out of the water!” The support and enthusiasm from our attendees has only made me more focused, more dedicated, and more humbled to host such an amazing event! Please join us and look forward to meeting you in person! Too many things try to say ‘you can’t’. Let us be the conference to emphasize ‘you can’! Come register NOW!
Dan Page (Marketing Manager) – With a background in photography, he has been a professional wedding and portrait photographer for 4 years. He led Everything Food’s platforms to over 22.3 million impressions during #EFC2016 week. He studied Marketing at Brigham Young University for a year and is currently finishing up his degree in Social Media Marketing from LDS Business College, the only degree of its kind in the United States. He is going to pursue a Bachelor’s in Online Marketing at the University of Utah next year, with the hopes of eventually getting an MBA. He is passionate about helping business, bloggers, and professionals alike build their social presence and engage their audience. He has worked with car dealerships to bloggers and small businesses to public speakers. He has a vast knowledge of content creation, strategy, execution, analytics, influencer and affiliate marketing, social ads, Google AdWords and AdSense. If you’re looking to hire someone to run your social media, he would love to work with you! Please feel free to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Emily Wallis (Event Manage/Volunteer Coordinator) Emily Wallis is an advancement and planning professional with over 10 years of experience in event management, program coordination, development and marketing. She has followed the food blogging scene since 2006 and has continued to develop her love of food and healthy cooking. She is thrilled to take part in bringing some of her favorite bloggers to Salt Lake City through the Everything Food Conference! Emily is currently raising her 2-year-old son, and enjoys finding other ways to be involved in freelance and community work. To work with Emily, contact email@example.com