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The Excel Lab – 10/24/15

The Excel Lab Final

 

 

EVENT DESCRIPTION

On Saturday, September 19th at the Brooklyn Public Library we will provide a forum to solve the real world Excel problems of attendees.  During this session attendees will share Excel problems and provide ideas/approaches to a solution.  Prior to the problem pitches we will share a short hands-on Excel topic with attendees.  Hear a Finance/Microsoft Excel expert (Othniel Denis, MBA) and work with hands-on exercises. Laptops and space is limited.  Attendees are encouraged to bring as much information as possible on specific Excel problem(s) (i.e. sample Excel files on USB flash drive etc.)

 

HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT

  • Find solution to pressing problems
  • Learn alternate ways to solve problems
  • Build confidence with this tool
  • Learn ways Excel is used in other businesses
  • Network with other professionals

WHAT YOU WILL COVER

  • Network with peers
  • Receive solutions to your Excel problems
  • Learn challenges of peers in industry and business
  • Shortcuts & Best practices

 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

Small business owners, accountants, controllers, auditors, financial planners,  financial analysts, budget analysts, bookkeepers, cost estimators, new managers, students, jobseekers

 

AGENDA

  • 10:00am – 10:15am – Introduction and brief hands-on tutorial
  • 10:15am – 11:00am – Problem pitches & Solutions

LOCATION

Brooklyn Public Library, 10 Grand Army Plaza, Info Commons, Brooklyn, NY

Register Here: bit.ly/TheExcelLab1024

About the author

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Othniel Denis is currently Principal of Excellent Ones Consulting LLC. He brings with him a background in finance, training, and information management systems. Prior to opening his own firm, Othniel spent the last 13 years in finance as an Analyst at organizations like New York University, Nassau County Government and Brookhaven National Laboratory to name a few...

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