Membership is now available and open to all! For only £20 per year, you’ll get:

  • Voting rights at Web Matters meetings (e.g. AGMs)
  • Free or discounted access to events that we put on
  • Access to private Slack channels and other forms of communication that will not be available to non-members
  • Other benefits, to be determined in the future.

By becoming a member, you’ll also be helping to fund and shape Web Matters as we work towards consultative status and build up our public profile.

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Here’s how membership works:

Individual membership

Membership is open to individuals, not to companies. This is so that the many members of our industry who work entirely through freelance and/or short-term contract roles, and who are never affiliated with any employer, can still be a part of an industry body.

This also means that your membership stays with you even if you change companies or roles. Anyone who makes a living working on the web, in any role, on any platform, is welcome to join.

The annual cost of a Web Matters membership is £20.

To find out more about Web Matters and what we stand for, please read our manifesto, check out our blog or sign up to our Slack team. If you have any questions about the membership process, drop into the #membership Slack channel or email us at

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  1. I’m only at the very start of my tech career but as someone who believes that this industry needs more than a few awards ceremonies as representation, I’d be interested in becoming a member. How do I go about it?

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