The event, which will be held at the Auckland TVNZ building on June 16, has completely sold out of tickets, which were released online in batches leading up to the event.
This follows in the footsteps of other MeasureCamp events around the world, where tickets are snapped up as soon as they’re released.
Digital analytics practitioners from New Zealand and beyond meet to volunteer their time and skills with other members of the analytics community.
The event originated in London, with the first event held in September 2012 - the London team are currently preparing for their eighth event.
To date, MeasureCamp unconferences have occurred globally from Melbourne to Moscow, San Francisco to Sydney and Barcelona to Bratislava.
“The first time I went to a Measurecamp was two years ago in Sydney,” says organising committee member Mark McKenzie.
“It was great to see so many excited people in one room, with so many great ideas. I came away with pages and pages of notes, of things I wanted to try with my clients and insights I had learned from the various speakers and other attendees,” he says.
MeasureCamp is an opportunity to exchange ideas, solve problems and network amongst a diverse and evolving industry of professionals.
As the event is held on a Saturday, only those who are committed attend, skewing the participants towards the most enthusiastic of practitioners, who are usually the most influential people within the industry.