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Sheetcast on Bulgaria Excel Days 2024
March 26, 2024 Sheetcast Inc Announced as the Excellent Sponsor for Bulgaria Excel Days 2024

Sheetcast Inc, known for its namesake product, which enables users to extend their knowledge of Excel by empowering them with the ability to convert Excel workbooks into powerful web applications, is honored to be the Excellent Sponsor for Bulgaria Excel Days 2024.

“Sheetcast is proud to continue our support of the Excel community and excited be the largest supporter of Bulgaria Excel Days 2024”, says Sheetcast Vice President of Sales, Jason Clarke.

He continues, “we have been active in the Excel community for several years, and this is just another example of us recognizing the importance of events like Bulgaria Excel Days. We consider this event to be one of the top three Excel focused events of the year”.

Bulgaria Excel Days 2024 will feature a lineup of leading global experts, including speakers from around the world, such as Ken Puls, Gašper Kamenšek, and Alan Murray. Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to hear from renowned professionals participating for the first time in the event, including Chandeep Chhabra and Sumit Bansal from India, Mark Proctor from the UK, Jordan Goldmeier from the USA, Abiola David from Nigeria, Andrew Grigolyunovich from Latvia, and many more.

Alex Martin, Lead Business Analyst for Sheetcast will also be demonstrating some of the more advanced features and workflows that are possible with Sheetcast. Alex’s presentation will be a must see as he will be premiering new Sheetcast functions and workflows that will soon become a part of the everyday fabric of designing Excel workbooks.

Bulgaria Excel Days 2024 will be April 23, 24, and 25 in Sofia, Bulgaria. Along with various mainstage presentations, there will be 4 Masterclasses led by Ken Puls, Gašper Kamenšek, Alan Murray and Chandeep Chhabra.


Sheetcast on Bulgaria Excel Days 2024

VP of Sales Jason concluded, "We at Sheetcast are eagerly looking forward to Bulgaria Excel Days 2024 and are excited to engage with fellow Excel enthusiasts, professionals, and industry experts. Our sponsorship reflects our unwavering commitment to the Excel community. We invite all attendees to join us for what promises to be a dynamic and inspiring event, where we can collaborate, learn, and explore new horizons together."

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Sheetcast is a leading provider of Excel-based web application solutions. With Sheetcast, users can transform their Excel spreadsheets into powerful web applications, enabling streamlined workflows, enhanced collaboration, and advanced data analysis. Sheetcast empowers users to harness the full potential of Excel with a commitment to delivering innovative solutions that drive efficiency and productivity.

About Bulgaria Excel Days https://exceldays.itraining.bg/en/home-en/

Bulgaria Excel Days is an annual event held in Sofia, Bulgaria. The event appeals to business professionals from around the world who work extensively with Excel for the purposes of data visualization, big data analysis and financial modeling.

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