This year WPC is all about Infinite Possibilities. It’s the must-attend partner event of the year to build out your strategy around bringing your business to the Cloud, experience the latest product innovations and solutions, and gain exclusive access to networking with Microsoft executives and partners. Explore the infinite opportunities with Microsoft’s strategies to take your business to the next level and gain an edge on the competition.

Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference
July 11 – 15, 2010
Where: Washington, D.C, USA
Locations: Walter E. Washington Convention Centre, The Verizon Centre and multiple hotel venues throughout the city of Washington, D.C.
Australia Hotel: Grand Hyatt

Don’t miss out - REGISTER NOW!



1.  Microsoft Cloud Services

Microsoft is “all-in” with the Cloud. Take advantage of the infinite opportunities to grow your business within Microsoft’s Cloud computing strategy. Learn how to move your infrastructure to the Cloud, build a mobile workforce and support virtual workspaces to obtain huge savings for your company.

2. Microsoft Roadmap & Product Launches

Experience the latest product innovations and business solutions that Microsoft has planned for the upcoming year.

3. Hear from Microsoft executives Steve Ballmer, Kevin Turner and Allison Watson.

WPC 2010 is the place to get inside information about Microsoft’s vision, business leadership and strategy for the future.

4. Your perfect Networking opportunity

Gain exclusive access to Microsoft and partner executives using the WPC networking tool - WPC Connect. WPC Connect enables you to network and meet with attendees before, during and after the event.

5. Microsoft Partner Network

Whether you’re an existing Microsoft Partner or a leader in the technology industry curious about the infinite possibilities that the Microsoft Partner Network offers — WPC 2010 is the place to learn. We will have MPN and Regional Support Centre representatives available to provide training and answer any questions.


Any questions please post to this blog or drop me an email sarahar@microsoft.com


See you there!