- Where is the next Everything Food taking place?
- What are the dates for the next Everything Food?
- When do tickets go on sale for Everything Food?
- Should I attend EFC?
- How much does EFC cost?
- What is the difference between full conference tickets and business conference tickets?
- What’s your refund policy?
- How do I book my hotel room?
- Pre-conference hands-on workshops and Speed Networking on May 1st: What workshops will be available? Who will be teaching them? What are the costs?
- Do I need to sign up for general class sessions during the conference?
- How can I apply to be a speaker?
- Do you have a Facebook group?
- How do I become a sponsor?
- How do I volunteer for EFC?
- I’m not a sponsor, but my company wants to host a dinner, party, or private event during the conference. Is that okay?
- What is the recommended dress code for EFC?
Where is the next Everything Food taking place?
What are the dates for the next Everything Food?
Thursday, April 30 to Saturday, May 2, 2020. Pre-conference workshops are available on Wednesday, April 29th. The Foodie Bootcamp and SEO Retreat will be held Tuesday, April 28th and Wednesday, April 29th. Additional fees apply to pre-conference workshops, Foodie Bootcamp, and SEO Retreat.
When do tickets go on sale for Everything Food?
Tickets go on sale on Wednesday, September 25th and for that day ONLY tickets will be $375 ($125 savings). After September 25th tickets will be $500 until sold out. You will be able to purchase a ticket HERE.
Should I attend EFC?
Yes! Absolutely! Our attendees range from beginners to food influencer experts who have been running their business for years. If you are ready to take your food passion to the next level, EFC is the place for you!
Here are some statistics about our attendees from 2019’s conference:
Total # of attendees: 664
Average Age: 40
84% of women
16% of men
Attendees currently living in Utah: 20%
Attendees currently living in other states: 75%
Attendees currently living outside the US: 5%
65% of attendees have blogged at least 3 years.
43% of attendees have blogged over 5 years.
Total combined attendee social media following: 326,658,605
The MONTHLY combined reach of attendees’ blogs: 191,226,768
EFC has quickly become a growing community where successful and new online food content creators learn and grow. Our goal is to provide education and entertainment that will have you feeling confident and ready to tackle your business goals!
AND leave you wanting more the next year!
How much does EFC cost?
Full Conference Tickets are $500. However, tickets will increase to $650 if purchased after April 1st, 2020.
Business Conference Tickets are $900. However, tickets will increase to $1,200 purchased after April 1st, 2020.
What is the difference between full conference tickets and business conference tickets?
Full Conference Tickets are for bloggers, digital influencers, content creators, YouTubers, podcasters & micro-businesses (3 or fewer employees).
Business Conference Tickets are for brands, marketers, and agencies with 4 or more employees.
If you’re still not sure, email [email protected], and we can help you clarify which ticket is best for you.
What’s your refund policy?
Sometimes you buy a ticket and the unexpected happens. No worries!
Full Conference ticket holders can receive a refund for a fee of $95 until April 1st.
Business ticket holders can receive a refund for a fee of $195 until April 1st.
How do I book my hotel room?
The room block at the Hilton Garden Inn, attached to our venue at the Davis Conference Center, will open on October 16th. We’ve listed other close hotels for your convenience HERE.
What workshops will be available? Who will be teaching them? What are the costs?
The Foodie Bootcamp and SEO Retreat tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, September 25th along with the full conference tickets. We will also have a ONE-DAY ONLY sale where you will get $500 off your ticket to these exclusive workshops.
All other pre-conference workshops and the Speed Networking event tickets will go on sale on Wednesday, January 15, 2020, at 10 am MST. All details for these workshops and the speed networking event will be announced on Monday, January 6th.
Do I need to sign up for general class sessions during the conference?
Conference guests DO NOT need to sign up for general sessions (April 30-May 2) in advance.
We recommend carefully perusing the schedule to plan out the courses you’d like to attend in advance. Once you arrive and collect your registration materials, you’ll also receive a printed schedule showing where the classes are held so you’ll be able to get there early and grab a seat.
How can I apply to be a speaker?
Our call for speakers is now closed. Please subscribe to our email newsletter to stay up-to-date.
Please note: Speakers do receive a complimentary ticket. Speakers are carefully considered and announced at different times throughout the year. If you want to secure a ticket before you know if you’ve been selected, we recommend purchasing your ticket right away. If you’re chosen as a speaker and already purchased a conference ticket, we will happily fully refund your ticket.
Do you have a Facebook group?
Yes! Come join us! You can request to join our Official Everything Food Facebook Group here. It’s a great place to meet other attendees, find a roommate, and ask for advice.
How do I become a sponsor?
EFC has incredible sponsors! We are always looking for sponsors who see the value of influencer marketing and want to connect and collaborate with attendees. They are a valuable part of our conference! If you think your company would be a great fit, please email [email protected]
How do I volunteer for EFC?
Our volunteers are an essential part of Everything Food. We would be lost without you! We are still organizing our volunteer needs and schedules for 2020. Please subscribe to our volunteer email list HERE, and we will be in touch no later than 90 days before the conference.
I’m not a sponsor, but my company wants to host a dinner, party, or private event during the conference. Is that okay?
This type of event is strongly prohibited by EFC and would be considered Suitcasing and Outboarding. Suitcasing is an unethical business practice in which companies gain access to an event and then solicit business during the conference. Outboarding is when a company that should be a sponsor of an event instead decides to host their own competing event without the consent of the original event organizer.
Everything Food does not allow Suitcasing, Outboarding or Partial Outboarding where a brand or agency hosts any event, function, training, seminar, focus group or other any other activity that competes with Everything Food.
For further clarification, please email [email protected]
What is the recommended dress code for EFC?
We want attendees to look and feel their best, and we love to see the variety of incredible personal style!
Business or business casual is the recommended attire for each day of the conference, but we strongly suggest you dress to impress on Thursday and Friday when visiting sponsor booths. These meetings are similar to job interviews with potential partners, so dress accordingly!
Also, be sure to check the weather forecast as well. We suggest pants and a jacket, as it will be chilly in the evenings, and don’t forget some comfortable shoes!
When food bloggers ask me what food blogging conference they should go to, always at the top of the list is Everything Food. This really is THE most amazing conference. It brings together hundreds of bloggers from all over the world. Everything Food really is the best conferences for both influencers and brands.
People keep asking me which influencer conference I have liked the most and where they should go in the future and I keep saying EFC! It’s one of the few blogger conferences that I enjoy ATTENDING… you have such great speakers for all levels of bloggers. SO much inspiration. So thank you!! I’m a fan!
The vast amount of information and inspiration...makes the trip across country to EFC completely worth it. Friendships made, the networking, and conversations with other bloggers, influencers, and sponsors are paramount to growing both your reputation and your brand. I look forward to this food blogger conference every year!
Sally McKenney Quinn
The reason I love Everything Food Conference because it feels like a home for food bloggers. It’s such a great place to connect with everyone. I highly recommend it and it’s something I never miss.
I’ve heard countless stories from bloggers and online business owners about conferences being the catalyst for their business growth. And it makes sense! As a business owner, it’s massively important to continually learn and develop, and one of the best ways to do that is to attend a conference. If you’re building a food-related online business then EFC is one of the best food blogger and influencer conferences you can attend. It’s a central place to connect with peers, learn from industry experts, and meet brands. You owe it to yourself to make time for Everything Food!
Everything Food Conference is the single most important food blogging & food photography gathering of the year. The best bloggers and influencers, the biggest names. It is the place to see and be seen. Hands down, the most effective 3-day event you'll ever attend. Everything Food is the ONLY ONE I always attend because it is ALWAYS a warm, welcoming, life-changing, biz-building event. One you don't want to miss.
I can say with full confidence EFC did not disappoint! The classes were great, the speakers were excellent, time spent socializing with sponsors was invaluable, and fun with my friends was just the best! Kami worked her tail off and it showed. EFC is a great compilation of many things missing from other blog conferences for foodies. Excited to see what next year has to offer!