Around The World With MVPs: Amsterdam Excel Summit


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The Amsterdam Excel Summit is back for its fourth installment on April 18-19

MVPs Jan Karel and Tony de Jonker of Topexcelclass.com are pleased to announce the fourth annual installment of the Excel Summit in Amsterdam this coming April. And it’s set to be the most exciting yet!

The event aims to offer an unforgettable experience for all attendees, with Excel experts speaking on a range of relevant subjects. And with Excel MVPs and Microsoft Program managers presenting in up to 14 sessions over the 2 days, there will be plenty of new things to learn about and explore.

“If you want to learn from the very best Excel experts in the world, our event is the place to be!” says Jan Karel.

Some event highlights

On the pre-conference day, attendees will have the chance to attend an excel data analysis and reporting masterclass from four expert speakers.

The main event will feature 12 top-level speakers, including:

  • A keynote address from a Microsoft Excel Senior Program Manager Guy Hunkin
  • Eight parallel sessions, in two tracks.
  • The chance to learn about the new JavaScript for Office extensibility with Jakob Nielsen

How can I find it?

The event is being held in the lively Amsterdam city center, at De Zilveren Toren, right next to Amsterdam Central Station. Attendees will enjoy a spectacular view of the city from the vantage point of the 11th floor.

Open for registration

Don’t miss out –register for the summit here today! The early bird discount ends of February 20th. 

About the conference founders

Jan Karel is one of three dutch MVPs, having won his award every year since 2002, for his volunteer work in newsgroups, forums, and for the articles on his website. He is  the owner of JKP Application Development Services, where he develops Microsoft Office solutions

Tony de Jonkers has been an MVP since January 2015, and is the owner of the De Jonker Consultancy. With more than 36 years of business experience, he writes Excel columns for various technical magazines.

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