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May TAC Talk @ The Microsoft Store
May 29 @ 7:30 am - 9:00 am
Join The Australian Community on Wednesday May 29, 2019 for the first in a series of breakfast "TAC Talks" at Microsoft's Flagship Fifth Ave Store!
Members are invited to attend this highly interactive series where Thought Leaders within The Australian Community (TAC) will discuss the challenges for expats transitioning to the U.S., and New York specifically.
Our guest speaker on May 29 will be Jennifer Ryan who will be sharing her personal experience as a U.S. Human Resources executive, and her work as a Life Coach.
For those members who have joined our Community Job Fair, or you have "Private Fifth Avenue shopping experience" on your New York bucket list, this is a must attend event.
This event will be an excellent opportunity to mix and meet other professional Australians living in New York.
The Microsoft Store is located on Fifth Avenue at 53rd Street. The entry for the event is through the door located to the left of the main entrance - see image.
Members and guests will have the opportunity to experience first hand, the latest Microsoft products, including HoloLens Mixed Reality technology as well as a tour of Xbox Studios and 3-D theatre.
The TAC Talk series will be recorded and made available to present and future members of our private Yammer Network. We have reserved a private conference room where coffee and pastries will be served.
This Event has reached capacity. We look forward to welcoming all of our attending Members and Guests at the Microsoft Store.
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