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Virtual Debate: Power Query versus Excel Formulas
Power Query is a fantastic automation tool for extracting, collating and cleaning data to use in our excel models. But is it really the essential tool Microsoft would have us believe? Sometimes it’s quicker and easier, not to mention simpler for other to follow to use standard Excel formulas.

Join us for this special event in our virtual meetup series to hear from two Microsoft MVPs Alan Murray and David Benaim as we debate which method provides the best solution to various Excel problems.

This special event is hosted and moderated by Danielle Stein Fairhurst, but you, the audience get to decide who wins the debate! Register to tune in live as these two Microsoft Excel experts argue their points of view and cast your vote during this interactive online session.

Dec 1, 2020 08:00 PM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Speakers

Alan Murray, MVP
Excel Trainer & Founder @Computergaga.com
Alan Murray is a London-based Excel MVP, trainer, YouTuber and freelance writer. He has been helping people in Excel for over 20 years. Alan has a YouTube channel with over 500 videos and over 20 million views. Alan contributes to his channel regularly to share the latest Excel developments and techniques that he stumbles upon.
David Benaim, MVP
Consultant & Founder @XLconsulting
Based in Cambodia, David Benaim is a MVP who runs consulting firm Xlconsulting, has trained 2000+ people, has a YouTube channel under his name covering Excel, Power BI, Google Sheets, PowerPoint, Zoom, Teams etc. David regularly gives lectures globally, and co-runs the data residents Cambodia meetup group and blogs for the UK accounting institute’s tech community
Danielle Stein Fairhurst
Principal Financial Modeller @Plum Solutions
Danielle Stein Fairhurst is the Principal of Plum Solutions, a Sydney-based consultancy specialising in financial modelling and analysis. She is the author of “Using Excel for Business and Financial Modelling”, Third Edition published by Wiley Finance 2019 and “Financial Modeling in Excel for Dummies” published by Wiley in 2017.