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On behalf of myself, Ed Terpening, and the social media team at Wells Fargo, thank you for the kind words. And thanks for the heads-up on what looks like a great event.

I'll be there. I look forward to meeting you. A bientôt !

Tim and Jean-Christophe, thanks for your comments.

Tim, I will contact you in the next couple of weeks to talk about a project I am currently working on. I still haven't confirmed yet, but I may attend Chris Skinner's event in Las Vegas in November. Hopefully, we will catch up on that occasion.

Jean-Christophe, I look forward to meeting you in New York City next week. Let's make sure we book sometime in our busy schedules for a short video interview!

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