Hi Partners,

 

Microsoft Business Building sessions is getting closer- make sure you register!


Click Here to Register for the ISV Stream

Click Here to Register for the ISV Stream

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With the Brisbane event kicking off proceedings on Thursday 18th March, we wanted you to get the know the people from Microsoft that will be speaking at the Microsoft Business Building Sessions:

Mark O’Shea:

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Mark O’Shea has worked for Microsoft for 18 years, with the majority of that time in channel based roles. Mark has recently returned to the Australian subsidiary and joined the Partner Technology Advisor team, after spending nearly 4 years in an Asia Pacific role with the OEM Engineering Services team. He is again focused on SMB technologies, and more importantly, the opportunities they present to the Australian partner channel. He has amassed a rather large number of Microsoft certifications, which he is in the process of updating after his time away. Outside of work, he still has a penchant for chihuahuas, and in his spare time has been known to claim multiple Australian as well as an Oceania championship in the sporting activity of his choice.

 

Clayton Moulynox:

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Clayton Moulynox is a new addition to the partner team.  Having come from a successful Microsoft Gold Certified Partner himself, where he had been part of the management team for seven years, Clayton will bring unique and relevant insight in to the Channel Development Manager - Commercial role he now fulfils at Microsoft.  In his new role, Clayton will drive the tools and resources to help partners drive their revenue in the small and medium customer segment and is committed to reaching out and involving partners in the overall channel strategy.  Before entering the technology industry, Clayton previously worked with an international franchise company in a role that trained and supported franchise owners in best practice business sales, marketing and management skills and strategies.  He also had a short foray studying and working in the field of journalism.

 

There will be more to come… so stay tuned!