A community learning event: Microsoft 365 Saturday Melbourne

As a digital workplace practitioner I get great value out of community led events which share not only information about products, but how to leverage them to create real value. That is why I am excited to be part of the team bringing Microsoft 365 Saturday to Melbourne in May.

This is more than an opportunity to learn about products. It’s where you can hear case studies, adoption plans, thought leadership, practical tips, human stories and more.


We have opened pre-registration for those of you who want to be the first to know when registration is open.


One of the goals of this event is to share knowledge so that people in the community can learn and leverage great ideas.

If you have a story, knowledge, an idea to share we want to hear from you. Whether you are an experienced speaker or a first timer, we are looking for diverse and inspired ideas from a variety of individuals. Submit today, we are looking forward to hearing from you.


It takes a village to make an event work, especially a not-for-profit event. We are looking for enthusiastic and skilled volunteers to help us with general tasks on the day, and some specialist activities like social media, videography and blogging.


We will soon be reaching out to sponsors to support event activities to make Microsoft 365 Melbourne an entertaining, valuable and comfortable day for attendees.

Spread the word

To support us in creating a successful community event check out our site and social media:

If you are a Twitter user, share this tweet to spread the word:

Microsoft 365 Saturday is coming to Melbourne on May 9. Follow @M365Saturday and visit the site to learn more: http://www.spsevents.org/event/melbourne3652020 #M365Saturday #M365SaturdayMelb

Meet your organisers

Microsoft 365 Melbourne is a collaborative effort between Megan Strant, Loryan Strant and myself. Together we bring a passion for sharing knowledge with the community, years of experience and an inquisitive nature.

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