The Power BI World Tour is back in 2019 as the Power Platform World Tour!
It’s all the Power BI content you’ve come to expect from Microsoft team members, MVPs, Champions, and Subject Matter experts but this year’s Power Platform World Tour will now include PowerApps and Microsoft Flow content.
Power Platform World Tour will bring together thousands of users in cities all around the world to learn and network to work smarter, streamline processes, and advance their skill set. It’s a two-day learning opportunity that will teach you how to identify insights into data, create applications in a no-code environment, and automate processes.
Why You Should Attend
Whether you are local to the area, traveling from near or faraway, the Power Platform World Tour will provide exclusive educational opportunities and a chance to network with familiar subject matter experts in this Power platform ecosystem.
For those local to the area, Power Platform World Tour will connect you with your local Power BI, PowerApps or Microsoft Flow User Group. You’ll have the opportunity to meet other users near you as you become part of a local community of Power platform users. When you connect with those who are faraway it gives you the opportunity to broaden your network and be part of a larger global community of product users. It’s a win-win.
There are multiple session tracks that provide content for New Users, End Users, and Technical Users. 24 sessions across two days to provide a valuable experience if you’re new to Power platform or have already mastered some of the concepts. All content presented is available for attendees in the local user group library, so you have materials to reference post World Tour.
Expand your world of experience, grow your network of connections, and get ready to become the Power platform expert you were meant to be.
Visit powerplatformworldtour.com to view the first three cities announced and put your vote in for where these regional user group events should go next!
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