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Lets meet when I am in Australia

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When I announced my upcoming Australian Excel masterclass, I got quite a few mails (ok, just a few), all which are on these lines,

Wow, I would love to meet you when you are here. Let me know if you have sometime on an evening for some coffee or beer?

That is no wonder,
Because down under,
Chandoo is popular.
😛

After saying yes to a few invitations, I saw the hassle in arranging several individual rendezvous. So here is an open invitation to you all. If you like Chandoo.org or fine Australian brewed coffee, clear your calender on below dates,

  • Sydney – 30th April
  • Brisbane – 2nd June

I am yet to decide the venue & time. But preferably, we will meet near water around 5ish in the evening. If you want to join me & share your Excel stories (or just any stories), fill up below form.

Thanks & I am eager to see you soon.

(In case you are not able to see the form, click here)

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9 Responses to “Lets meet when I am in Australia”

  1. Neil says:

    hi Chandoo,
    The form won't open online, but I'll be there!
    Neil

  2. Andrew says:

    When are you coming to Las Vegas, Nevada???

    • Chandoo says:

      I would love to conduct similar program in a few cities across USA. I am hoping to do it in 2013. If that happens, I would surely visit Vegas this time. Last time when we were in US, we could not visit Vegas.

  3. K Mac says:

    Brisbane & Sydney it far north - was Melbourne ever on your agenda?

    • Chandoo says:

      Yes. I have added Melbourne too. The meetup is on 7th June. Make sure you enter your contact details so that we can email the venue & time to you.

  4. Sue K says:

    Hi Chandoo

    Completed the form. See you Monday 🙂

  5. Joe says:

    Any word on the Sydney location?

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