Coming trip

May 10, 2008

Someone asked me the other day to give some notice of where I will be in the world to allow for meetings, adhoc sales support for the network or the odd public seminar (always happy to do these if it helps people locally). If you subscribe to Dopplr, one of the really, really useful social computing sites then you will see everything planned about a year out. The next three weeks sees a round the world trip involving Montréal, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles (maybe), Auckland, Singapore and Amsterdam. Details below

Location Dates Activity
Montréal 13th-15th May Accreditation Programme, some flexibility
Salt Lake City 16th May In and out job to support a network partner on pre-sales, maybe some time free
Los Angeles 16th May Probably hanging around the airport for 4-5 hours in the evening waiting for a flight
Auckland 18th-19th May Some meetings in place but flexibile
Singapore 20th-28th May Teaching in Civil Service College week one with multiple meetings, more time in second week
Amsterdam 29th-30th May Evening session on the 19th, flying out midday on 30th but otherwise free
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