Thank You

image courtesy of Patrick Hoesly

Phew, there goes the eighth ChangeCamp!

I had a great day and from what I heard so did the other attendees of the workshop. The only complaint I heard was that there was too much good stuff to choose from.

I’d like to thank everyone who helped on the run-up and on the day: presenters, helpers, poster-stickers and the back-room girls and boys.

Thank you to all the attendees past and present who show up and make this possible.

I’m already planning the ninth ChangeCamp for Spring 2013 which will probably take place on Saturday March 23rd, 2013.

 

 

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3 thoughts on “Thank You

  1. Chris @ The Retreat People

    A very big THANK YOU to you Andy for all your hard work organising yesterday’s Change Camp.
    I hope you were able to relax last night & enjoy a well deserved great night’s sleep.
    It was a pleasure to be involved & take part in such brilliant workshops & enjoy the company of such lovely people.
    Everyone is so keen to share their expertise, ideas & passion at Change Camp which enables it to grow & continue bring the wonderful learning community that it has become.
    Best Regards
    Chris @ The Retreat People x

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  2. Andy Hunt

    HI Chris,

    Glad you enjoyed it. I certainly did. I think I probably need a few nights sleep to catch up 🙂

    I’m already working on the outline of the next one. I must be a glutton for punishment 🙂

    All the best,

    Andy

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  3. Aline Boundy

    I’d just like to add my thanks to you Andy – you say it wouldn’t be possible without the presenters and the attendees. True, but it wouldn’t happen at all if you hadn’t decided to act on the idea you had!

    I know how much organisation is involved in putting on something of this scale, so heartfelt thanks to you and everyone else who helped and participated.

    Looking forward to the next one!

    With gratitude,

    Aline

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