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Melbourne 9 – 10 April
Sydney 12 – 13 April
Brisbane 16 – 17 April
Wellington 19 – 20 April

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2017 expert speakers

Microsoft’s Excel MVPs are the people Excel users across the world turn to when they have curly questions. With a wide variety of specialisations, the MVPs impressed delegates with their expert answers to every question posed.

Liam Bastick

Liam Bastick MVP (Australia)

An experienced modeller, Liam headed several modelling teams worldwide before establishing boutique consulting firm SumProduct in Australia.
Roger Govier MVP

Roger Govier MVP (United Kingdom)

Roger founded his consultancy in 1996 which specialises in Excel and VBA to provide automated solutions for clients. He has held MVP status since 2007.
Ingeborg Hawighorst MVP

Ingeborg Hawighorst MVP (New Zealand)

With a focus on collaboration, data analysis, and data visualisation, Ingeborg is active online (alias “teylyn”) and has received the MVP award every year since 2012.
Jon Peltier

Jon Peltier MVP (United States)

As a full-time Excel developer, Jon specialises in combining Excel’s worksheet functionality and charting capabilities with its powerful VBA programming environment.

Ken Puls MVP (Canada)

Ken is a Chartered Professional Accountant, blogger, author and trainer with more than 20 years of business and financial modelling experience.
Mynda Treacy MVP

Mynda Treacy MVP (Australia)

An MVP since 2013, Mynda helps users get more out of Excel through her website and blog, and runs online courses in Dashboards, Power Query, Power Pivot and Power BI.