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Ever since attending my first Dynamics 365 Saturday event in Manchester in the summer, I’ve enjoyed being involved in the community as a speaker. It’s great being able to share knowledge and ideas, but even better for me is being able to attend and learn from my fellow presenters. So, when I was asked to take part in the first ever D365 Saturday Scotland event in Glasgow, I couldn’t say yes fast enough! It’s being held on January 26th, 2019 at the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow.
For the inaugural event, this is a pretty epic one in the community. The lineup of speakers are full of Microsoft MVP’s, community leaders and such knowledgeable people you could be mistaken for thinking it was an even with a high ticket cost. Instead, just like all other D365 Saturday events, it is totally free! It’s also a 50/50 split between male and female presenters. Great to support everyone in the community! Thanks to the amazing team organising the event:
- Mark Christie – @TheMarkChristie
- Iain Connolly – @beardedCRMguy
- Hayley Talent – @hayley_tal
- Claire Carmichael – @CRC365
For my presentation I will be covering the A to Z of branding and marketing, D365 style. I will cover 26 different ways in which you can make sure your own internal and external message and communication can be kept consistent using elements or additional functionality of Dynamics 365. So attendees will hopefully come away with some tips and tricks they can use within their own CRM/D365 instances to put in to practice.
If you want to learn more about the presenters before the event, or follow along during the day, you can follow the D365 Saturday Glasgow Twitter list. The hashtag for the event is #D365SatSco. Also, here is a direct link to each presenter, so you can follow them or connect with them directly if you wish. It’s a pretty social bunch who are very active on Twitter & LinkedIn, many with their own blogs which are full of fantastic articles.
- Ana Demeny – @AnaDemeny
- Antti Pajunen – @AnttiPajunen
- Ben Vollmer – @BenVollmer
- Chris Huntingford – @TattooedCRMGuy
- Claire Carmichael – @CRC365
- Janet Robb – @JanetHesterRobb
- Jonas Rapp – @rappen
- Julian Sharp – @JulianatVigence
- Kyle Hill – @KyloHill
- Lucy Muscat – @LucyMuscat
- Mark Smith – @nz365guy
- Michelle Maden – (no Twitter)
- Reece Campbell – @ramblingreece
- Ryan Maclean – @Really_Ryan
- Sara Lagerquist – @lagerquistsara
- Sohaib Cheema – @sohaibcheema
- Tricia Sinclair – @tassyja
- Will Dorrington – @WilliamDorringt
And of course there is me – @MeganVWalker – so you can connect with me on Twitter too! Did you manage to get a ticket to the event? Let me know if the comments below if I will get to see you there!
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