Dynamic Communities Announces Power BI World Tour Among Other New Features
TAMPA, Fla., July 31, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Dynamic Communities, the supporting organization behind the Power BI User Group (PUG) and several other Microsoft Dynamics user groups, is thrilled to announce its first Power BI World Tour that will travel through seven major cities this fall. The tour will engage individuals, businesses and developers with Power BI, offering premium content custom to each location. Events will begin Aug. 23and continue through Nov. 7, across Europe, North America and Australia.
The Power BI World Tour will allow local user groups to develop and present unique content, mirroring the freedom-based nature of existing PUGs. Each city's two-day event will offer attendees training, experience and networking opportunities.
The tour follows the launch of various features like the PUG Career Center, a rising hotspot to connect employers and job-seekers who work with Power BI. The Career Center also offers PUG members career coaching, assistance with resume writing and reference checking in addition to local and global job postings.
Kamal Hathi, General Manager at Microsoft Power BI, described Power BI's goal as to, "provide BI to more people than ever before, across all roles and disciplines within organizations."
Though independent of Microsoft, Dynamic Communities continues to support this goal by providing volunteer-driven resources in local communities globally. The organization has acquired 34,000-plus PUG members alone since February 2017, breaking 100,000 members across all user groups.
About Dynamic Communities
Dynamic Communities is a business management organization that develops and supports technology-centric user groups - providing necessary resources and business operations such as staff, systems and event production. Dynamic Communities fosters the development, growth and engagement of volunteer-driven user groups that provide hubs for like-minded technology users to exchange knowledge on how to best maximize product performance. Dynamic Communities is independent from Microsoft; however, the two organizations maintain an intentional close working relationship so that members can provide a collective voice to Microsoft on user concerns, needs, and requests.