YAPC::NA 2012 Closing Financial Report


I am pleased to announce that the books on YAPC::NA 2012 in Madison Wisconsin have now been closed. Thanks to the excellent management by the Madison Perl Mongers, the event was a success and has concluded with a net profit of $3,000.

YAPC::NA 2012 details:

Event Registration Income: $34,200
Sponsorship Income: $48,400

Less Expenses: -$79,600

Net Income: $3,000

Thanks, in particular, to the following financial contributors for helping to make the event a success:

  • ActiveState Software Inc.
  • Benjamin McMahon
  • Best Practical
  • Bluehost
  • Booking.com
  • Brendan Byrd
  • CIDC
  • CPanel Inc
  • CargoTel
  • Corvisa Services LLC
  • David Mauroni
  • Dr. Ali Sinan Unur
  • Dr. Martin Foster
  • Duck Duck Go
  • Dyn, Inc
  • Dynamic Network Services
  • EF Johnson Technologies
  • Epic
  • Grant Street Group
  • Infinity Interactive
  • Knowmad Technologies
  • Linode.com
  • Linux Fund
  • Linux Professional Institute
  • LiquidWeb Inc
  • LiveText, Inc.
  • Matt Nash
  • Mediamath
  • Mr. Brandon Wood
  • Mr. Paul Seamons
  • OHPA Software
  • OmniTI
  • Pair Networks, Inc.
  • Renee Baecker
  • Rimm-Kaufman Group
  • Sean Heaton
  • Shadowcat Systems Limited
  • Shutterstock Images
  • Tracy Ragan, Openmake software
  • Where 2 Get It


Strange you don't even mention the contribution of the trainers who worked 2 days and who donated all the income - less their direct expenses - to the conference and thus to The Perl Foundation.

Oh and BTW do you remember I still have not received the expenses, right?


It was a big event with hundreds of moving parts but the Madison team stomped on home base with several seconds to spare.

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