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This year is the 19th annual PyTexas Conference, a gathering of Pythonistas put on by the PyTexas Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization. We’re excited to announce that we will be returning on April 11–13, 2025, to the Austin Central Public Library in Austin, TX. This event is 100% community organized and is funded through the generosity of our sponsors.

Email us at [email protected] to be added to our sponsor mailing list.

2025 Prospectus

Platinum Gold Silver Bronze Lanyard Food/Coffee Happy Hour
Number available 2 5 5 15 2 2 6
Cost (USD) 9000 5000 3000 1000 2000 4000 4000
Tickets included 4 2 1 1 2 2 2
Pitch 2 min 2 min 1 min 1 min 2 min 2 min 2 min
Table 1
Sponsored talk
Slot before lunch, 20 minutes
Logo on lanyard
Logo at breakfast, lunch,
snacks, and beverages
Logo on website
Logo on opening and
closing slides
Social media callout
Shared swag table
for stickers and other swag

  1. At happy hour 

  2. Date selection is first come, first serve. Talk is subject to approval. All talks go through the talk review process to ensure that PyTexas remains a high quality conference. Sponsored talks should be the same kind of talks that you would submit through our normal call for proposals. Sales pitches, advertisements, and talks that are not relevant to the Python community will be rejected. Note that we reserve the right to reject a talk if we think it could jeopardize our 501(c)3 status. 

About the PyTexas Conference

The PyTexas Conference is a regional Python-focused conference held annually in the spring every year since 2007 (with a few exceptions). It is the oldest regional Python conference in North America, and possibly the world. Typically, we draw famous Python speakers as well as regional and local Python experts to teach attendees about Python and related technologies.

On average, we sell out our venue and have 200-250 attendees a year.

2024 Demographics

We had guests from all over the world, though our audience primarily is in Texas.

Locations texas cities

We primarily get software engineers and other engineering fields, though we had some leadership and management folks attend.


Also, we have a fairly even spread of experience.


How We Use The Funds

All sponsorship funds are used for the benefit of the PyTexas Conference and Foundation and the Texas Python community. We utilize funds to pay our venue, vendors, supplies, and all other things conference related. Any surplus funds that we collect are used to fund the minimal operating cost of the Foundation for the remainder of the year (primarily costs around bookkeeping, email, and foundation governance), as well as make next year’s PyTexas better.

Also, in an attempt to make PyTexas as accessible as possible to everyone, we subsidize our Individual ticket prices with Corporate tickets and Sponsorship funds. By doing this we are able to keep PyTexas Individual tickets as low as possible, ensuring that everyone can attend. If an attendee can’t afford a ticket, they can apply for a grant where we can offer them free tickets and sometimes funds for travel expenses.

Thank you for considering to sponsor PyTexas.

If you’re interested in sponsoring PyTexas, please reach out to [email protected].