"Mr. Excel" Bill Jelen Final Tour Coming To Chattanooga Nov. 12

Monday, October 21, 2019

The Institute of Internal Auditors – Chattanooga Area Chapter will host Excel expert and author, Bill Jelen in the University of Tennessee Chattanooga Raccoon Mountain Room on Nov. 12. 

Mr. Jelen, aka “Mr. Excel” to millions of Microsoft Excel users, will present his Power Excel Tips and Tricks and Advanced Data Analysis during an eight-hour continuing education event. 

"Don’t miss this final opportunity to see Mr. Excel before his presentations are limited to near his home in Florida," organizers said.  

The price for this event is $175 (full day) or $100 (one session); there is a 10 percent discount for groups of 10 or more. Parking, lunch, morning and afternoon break will be provided.  Registration starts at 8 a.m. for Power Excel and 1 p.m. for Advanced Data Analysis.

About the speaker:

Bill Jelen is the host of MrExcel.com and the author of 61 books about Microsoft Excel, including Excel Gurus Gone Wild, Pivot Table Data Crunching and Excel 2019 Inside Out.  Mr. Jelen’s Microsoft Office solutions portal www.mrexcel.com received over 10 million page-views last year from solution seekers.  Mr. Jelen and his website provide accountants and business workers with products and services that include training manuals, books, utilities, e-mail and phone tech support and custom programming. He has made over 80 guest appearances on TV’s Call for Help with Leo Laporte and was voted guest of the year on the Computer America radio show. He has produced over 2200 episodes of his daily video podcast, Learn Excel from Mr. Excel. Mr. Jelen will entertain you while showing you the powerful tricks in Excel.

Before founding MrExcel.com in 1998, Mr. Jelen spent 12 years “in the trenches” as a financial analyst for the accounting, finance, marketing and operations departments of a publicly held company. Since then, his company automates Excel reports for hundreds of clients around the world. The website answers over 30,000 questions a year – for free – for readers all over the world.

For more information, call Janna Hixson at 423-425-4072.


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