UK Excel Developer Conference – Monday 12 July 2010 – London

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If you’re in or around London on 12 July 2010, sign up for and attend the UK Excel Developer Conference.

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I haven’t seen Simon or Ross present, but I’m a big fan of both. I have seen Charles Williams present, and it alone is worth the price of admission.

I think this will be an excellent event, and the first one I’m aware of that actually addresses the business of selling Excel stuff. Add in a bunch of technical content on the latest trends in corporate development, and plenty of time for questions and chat, an informal atmosphere, and I reckon we have an excellent well rounded event coming up.

I checked airfare from Omaha to London, and sadly I won’t be attending. I had hoped to spend a day Excelling, visit The Open Championship up Scotland way, and see some of my British Excel buddies, but alas, my wife wants a new car instead. If you are able to attend, I’d love to hear your thoughts about the conference in a coment.

2 thoughts on “UK Excel Developer Conference – Monday 12 July 2010 – London

  1. BillBenson

    I am excited to be going. Like Dick, the prices of airfare put me off but fortunately we have a ton of frequent flyer mileage. I am bringing my charming wife, who will not be attending the conference but with whom I look forward to exploring what little of Great Britain we have time to see in the 1 day before and 4 days after the conference, while in London. Looking forward to meeting Charles – have met Simon before in Fort Worth and look forward to seeing him again.

    Bill Benson
    Schenectady, New York.

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