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The Hub17 experience visits seven European cities

Laurent Lefouet

Manager Director, EMEA

Seven dates in May and June. Major cities across Europe. Hundreds of people listening to every word.

No, it’s not a smash concert or theatrical roadshow; it’s Hub Comes to You. Starting on 10 May in Amsterdam and continuing through 6 June in Zurich, you can hear how the world’s top companies are connecting data, people, and plans—and, in the process, become more efficient and effective—by using the Anaplan platform.

The agenda for Hub Comes to You brings the news and announcements from the keynote general session at Hub17, held in San Francisco in late March. Anaplan leaders will explain the concept and benefits of connected planning, and customers will discuss how connected planning improves their work. You’ll get to know the new Anaplan Community and see a creative demonstration of Anaplan capabilities. We’ll treat you to a meal and drinks, and, best of all, you’ll have ample opportunities to network and ask questions.

You’ll also hear from representatives of Deloitte, our Global Platinum Sponsor. Deloitte representatives, including Managing Director of Planning & Analytics and Global Anaplan Alliance Leader Ron Dimon, will be on hand at every Hub Comes to You event. They will show how organizations of all sizes and in all industries use the Connected Planning framework to gain new insights and improve performance of supply chains, customer operations, sales and marketing, the workforce, and finance.

The program and participants at each edition of Hub Comes to You are tuned to the local market. Agenda specifics are still being developed, but here’s what we can tell you today:

10 May, Amsterdam. At the Compagnietheater you’ll meet Marco van Oosterhout, Managing Director of Anaplan Benelux; he and other Anaplan leaders will share the vision of connected planning. Representatives from Booking.com, BOSE, CBRE Global Investors, and WP Carey will explain how Anaplan impacts their businesses, and Enrico Douwens of Rotterdam World Gateway will keynote.

11 May, Brussels, Belgium. We’ll gather at Dolce La Hulpe Brussels to hear a panel of Anaplan executives will describe connected planning. Representatives from AB Inbev, AXA Bank Europe, AXA Insurance Europe, and Stepstone will discuss their Anaplan deployments, Mark Deprez of Anaplan will demonstrate important platform features.

16 May, London. The half-day session at London’s historic County Hall—next door to the London Eye and just across the Westminster Bridge from the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben—is hosted by Karen Clarke, Anaplan’s RVP for Northern Europe. You’ll hear real-world Anaplan stories from representatives of Deloitte, HSBC, Rentokil Initial, Seqirus, Unilever, and Virgin Media.

23 May, Moscow. Gathering at the Four Seasons Hotel on Manezhnaya Square in Moscow’s historical district, you’ll be welcomed by Evgeny Velesevich and Yury Rotmanov of Anaplan. Our CTO and cofounder, Michael Gould, will demonstrate the Anaplan platform, and customers including Amway and Sberbank Group will discuss their own use cases.

30 May, Paris. At the Théâtre de la Madeleine in Paris’ 8th arrondissement, the morning’s program begins with a roundtable on the strategies and technologies that can help companies respond to uncertainty caused by political, economic, and organizational volatility. Anaplan executives will present the company’s connected planning vision, and several large and hyper-growth companies will share stories of Anaplan’s impact on their businesses.

1 June, Stockholm. You’ll be welcomed to Epicenter Stockholm, a “digital house of innovation” in the heart of Sweden’s capital, by Thomas Anderberg of Anaplan Nordics. Local customers will describe their journey to creating a connected business, and Anaplan leaders will present our framework for enterprise readiness.

6 June, Zurich. The afternoon event at the luxurious, historic Dolder Grand in the Swiss city includes a presentation on innovation from Janssen and Deloitte, a session on Sales Performance Management (SPM) by Lexmark, and a session on financial planning and analysis by AXA. Anaplan executives will be on hand to share the company’s vision of connected planning and product roadmap.

Check the Hub Comes to You website regularly for details, schedules, and registration information, as the details are being updated regularly. Space is limited, so sign up today. We hope to see you when Hub Comes to You.