Hear from data experts on how Tableau Conference sets you up for success

What event has 20,000 of the best and brightest data people, hundreds of hours of learning opportunities, and leaves attendees motivated and inspired? Tableau Conference, of course. If you’ve never heard of Tableau Conference (TC19) or don’t know what it is, it’s the largest and most impactful data conference that brings together the greatest community around. This is not your typical conference: fun and creative elements are built into the entire experience with Braindate meetups, yoga, silent disco spaces, the best data party, and more, generating contagious enthusiasm around all things data. You truly have to see it and feel it firsthand to understand. Related to the fun and excitement of TC19, the core of Tableau Conference magic is how it brings data people together to learn, collaborate, and be inspired. Attendees leave motivated to improve their data skills and be more data-driven in their work, bringing back newfound knowledge to motivate and educate their organization as well.

You don’t have to take my word for it. We invited repeat attendees and data experts from the Tableau Community, Hall of Fame Tableau Zen Master, Jonathan Drummey, and User Group Leader Ambassador, Christopher Scott, to join us in a live webinar on July 24 at 10:00 a.m. PDT to discuss “How Tableau Conferences sets you—and your team—up for success.” Both Christopher and Jonathan are conference veterans, and as data visualization pros, they’re uniquely positioned to explain how TC19 is designed to help you get better at exploring and understanding data, how to share what you learn with your team, and be successful with Tableau. They’ll also help you make the most of interacting with the community in-person, building a network of data lovers to lean on all year-round.

TC19 accelerates data skills

Having data skills supports the ability to make data-driven decisions, which is something you likely do every day. With LinkedIn reporting “Analytical Reasoning" as the third most important hard skill, improving your data skills and staying current with new analytical techniques is more important than ever. One of the fastest ways to boost your data skills is by attending hands-on training at Tableau Conference and having one-on-one access to experts to help you tackle your toughest data challenges.

One expert who has presented at TC in the past, and who will be presenting again this year, is Hall of Fame Tableau Zen Master, Jonathan Drummey. Jonathan has a background in analyzing healthcare data and using data to support projects to eliminate malaria, HIV, improve maternal health, among other efforts around the world with PATH. He has also led trainings and fielded questions from Tableau newbies to advanced users. In the live webinar on July 24, you’ll hear from Jonathan about how Tableau skills can help you do more with your data through effective storytelling, growing interactivity and adoption of your dashboards. With his experience in training and consulting, Jonathan will dive into hands-on training available at TC to accelerate your own data skills, while sharing tips for being successful with Tableau if your company is currently stuck doing analysis in spreadsheets.

Connection and [the Tableau] Community

Another priceless aspect of TC19 is that you will meet, interact with, and learn from fellow data people. With 20,000 attendees on-site, this is your best opportunity to hear from your industry peers and data experts in-person and discover best practices that you can deploy at your own organization.

Raleigh-Durham User Group Leader Ambassador and TC veteran, Christopher Scott, knows how connecting with your data family in-person builds relationships and inspires attendees in a unique way. Collaborating together, discussing common challenges, and brainstorming solutions with peers is especially energizing. Christopher joins the live webinar on July 24 to help you make the most out Tableau Conference, addressing how to implement what you learn into your day-to-day processes to be efficient and successful. You’ll also hear recommendations from Christopher on scaling what you learn at TC across your organization, cultivating a robust data culture in the process. As a data analytics consultant and data visualization architect, Christopher has established centers of excellence at various companies and has recommendations for ways to start one, which can make the deployment of Tableau at your organization successful.

Don’t miss the opportunity to hear from these data experts. Register for the live webinar, “How Tableau Conference sets you—and your team—up for success” on July 24, 2019 at 10:00 a.m. PDT.

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