Last question actually came in real life at Sports Business Melbourne from Ilja. She actually asked how do you connect with the sports business community in your city? Well, for one, she was. Ilya was already kicking goals by turning up to a meet up. If you're in Melbourne sports business, Melbourne will be will be running one every month. So just simply look up. Sports Business, Melbourne on MeetUp.com. I will put the challenge back out to my good friend Russell Scibetti to see if SB Week is going to fire up again and have meetups around the world. So meetup is a good way of doing it. LinkedIn is probably the primary method these days to connect with sports business executives if do it in the right manner. I think, you know, if I go back in the day, Twitter would have been a really good way to connect with sports business executives. But more and more am seeing less and less, which is unfortunate. I meant I met a lot of really great people, including people like I just mentioned. Russell Scibetti, Tinus have both been on the podcast. J.W. Cannon, Shane Harmon and the like have all been really active on Twitter. They're still out there. If you use the #SportsBiz hashtag and you join in the conversation and reply and have conversations around things that are shared. But it's very it's very global. So it's really hard to potentially know where people are, but you can find out where people are by connecting with them. But I'd say probably the best places is LinkedIn. And the thing is, if you're an up and comer, please customize the invite, say what you want while you're connecting those kind of things. It is a bit of a bugbear for sports executives who do get bombarded. Remember, they're getting bombarded on both sides. If you're a sports executive for a team, you're getting bombarded by venders and consultants trying to pitch you services and then you're getting bombarded by up and coming sports business marketing graduates that want to get a job. So you've got to push yourself a little bit outside that box to be noticed and to make a genuine connection. So that would be my ways for you to connect with your sports business community. And if you don't have a meet up in your town, start one, because guess what? You put it up there and people turn up. So I've had the Sports Business Melbourne meetup for. Five years now in intermittently run it on occasion and sometimes consistently, sometimes not as different things take take. Take priority. But this year, make it a priority to run one every month as it's just a catch up. Let's catch up. Talk about the business. And so far we've had a couple. We have one in November. We have one in January. We can have another one in in February, March. And you know the rest. You know, all the other months. So, yeah, if you're in Melbourne, come along.