For Agencies

DrupalCon Seattle 2019 Wednesday. Photo by Michael Cannon.
Photo by Michael Cannon

If you're a CFO, CEO or Director, this DrupalCon is for you. Sessions, keynotes and other offerings will cater to the cutting-edge Drupal topics facing those in senior leadership positions of Drupal agencies, consultancies and development businesses. Likewise, network with those in similar job roles, yet from an array of industries.

Learn the latest in compelling reasons and case studies of organizations successfully adopting Drupal and its components. We'll offer techniques to reach the new business decision-maker in a changing marketplace; these are just a sampling of the timely offerings: 


Agency Leadership Summit: This time is dedicated to the issues, opportunities and solutions for agency leaders, with insight from the Drupal Contribution Recognition committee, Drupal Association staff and peers. Also, agency experts will be facilitating conversations exploring the evolution of Drupal 8 to Drupal 9; innovative sales; and legal practices. Offered on Monday, May 18, with separate registration.


Selling to the Marketing Buyer Training: Hear from Drupal sales professionals who have walked the walk and are successfully selling to a marketing buyer; interact with professional marketers and hear what they look for from vendors; workshop sales pitches and processes and refine them with feedback from our marketing and sales experts. Offered on Tuesday, May 19, with separate registration.


  • Working together from afar: explorations of remote work in the modern world: 52% of employees around the world work from home at least once per week, and 68% of global employees work from home at least once per month—we'll focus on real world experiences that exemplify efficient remote work. Learn tools and methods that nurture collaborative remote culture. 
  • We launched the site! Now what?: Learn to keep sites fresh and engaging, and stay profitable. Attendees will leave with a series of ideas/options on how to engage clients post-launch within their own culture and business framework.
  • How to build your own tech talent pipeline: Learn how one Drupal development firm located in a small Canadian city went from 15 staff to 80 and counting, in a little less than four years without sacrificing on Drupal talent or lowering its hiring standards. 
  • Winning with Drupal Commerce in a crowded eCommerce market: Attend this session to learn how to make the case to your merchant clients and/or internal stakeholders that the platform ought to be considered in even the most demanding environments. Drupal Commerce has been in active development since February 2010, and we've seen tens of thousands of sites launch with it and process billions of dollars in transactions.