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News: BA Camp 2015, Vienna – Discount available

Adrian speaking at BA Camp 2014
Adrian speaking at BA Camp, 2014

As regular readers of my blog will know, I’m a real fan of Business Analysis conferences.  I’ve always found that a good conference provides a melting-pot of ideas, and an opportunity for practitioners to get together and discuss developments in the BA profession.


In a break from my normal blog style, I wanted to let you know about an upcoming Business Analysis conference in Vienna, Austria that you might be interested in attending.    In 2014, I was fortunate enough to have been invited to deliver the opening Keynote at BA Camp Vienna.  I really enjoyed the conference last year — it attracted a range of BAs from a range of industries, and the conference had a useful mixture of conference sessions as well as less formal ‘barcamp’ style sessions.   I’m pleased to say that the conference is running again on 8-9 May 2015.   


The line up this year looks excellent too, with keynotes from Lyn Girvan and Yaaqub “Yamo” Mohamed.  Sadly, I am unable to make it as it clashes with a prior commitment, but if you are able to make it I would highly recommend it–and if you do attend, be sure to take a couple of extra days to explore Vienna.  It really is a beautiful city.


I’m pleased to say the organisers of BA Camp have extended a 15% discount to readers of this blog, and I was keen to pass this on to you.  So if you would like to attend but haven’t yet registered, simply register at using the code THANKS-ADRIAN-AND-FRIENDS


The number of discounted tickets is strictly limited, and available on a “first come, first served’ basis, so be sure to register soon!


Finally — thanks so much for being a subscriber or reader of my blog.  I am so pleased that you find my articles useful or interesting, even if they are occasionally random.  If you have any suggestions of topics you’d like to see covered, please don’t hesitate to contact me.


All the best,

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