We’ve seen so much growth with Webflow meetups that it’s time to take this to the next level.
Three years ago, the Webflow Community came together locally to share their knowledge of Webflow, discuss, and help build a community around the future of visual development. Today, we have over 86 Webflow Community Chapters, with over 620 total events hosted all across the globe!
Each of these chapters are run by our amazing Webflow Community Chapter leaders, who have volunteered their time and energy to create wonderful events for this community. We used Meetup.com to host these events, but as we saw this exponential growth (even during this pandemic), we knew we had to think bigger. We knew we had to create a better experience for you, our leaders, and the community.
This is why we are proud to introduce Webflow Events! This new event hub will help centralize all Webflow events — making it easier for community members to find and access local (and remote) events. On the new website, you’ll find opportunities like meetups, conferences, workshops, and more.
If you were already a member of a Webflow community on Meetup.com your chapters have been migrated over to our new events hub so sign up, find your chapter and make sure to tell others to join with you. Sign up to find a Webflow event near you!
Sign up to learn about Webflow events, connect with other members, experience life at Webflow, and get early access to announcements.
But wait, what if you don’t see your city? If you don’t see your city listed that’s because we don’t have a leader just yet. If you love Webflow and would love to volunteer your time to plan, promote, and execute amazing events, we absolutely want to work with you!
We will support you with what you need to grow your own successful Webflow Community Chapter, with reimbursements for your events, promotion, swag, and other resources. Become a Webflow Community Chapter Leader.
Webflow community groups provide a secure and inclusive environment for all, regardless of gender, gender identity and speech, age, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, color, ethnicity, religion (or lack thereof), or technology choices. Read more about Webflow's code of conduct for events.