Are you planning to attend the Worldwide Partner Conference?  Still debating?  Going to sign up “tomorrow?”  This is just a quick heads up for any last minute procrastinators that Worldwide Partner Conference is almost completely sold out!  So if you’re planning to join us (and don’t forget about the Small Business Symposium on July 10th!), sign up today.

 

Microsoft® Worldwide Partner Conference 2006 will be held next month on July 11–13 in the U.S. city of Boston, Massachusetts. This is your chance to connect with Microsoft leaders, network with other partners, and experience the value of partnering with Microsoft.

 

The themes of the Worldwide Partner Conference 2006 have been designed to address your specific needs, including:

  • Solving real customer problems.
  • Learning about business opportunities surrounding new products like the 2007 Microsoft® Office system and Windows Vista™ operating system.
  • Helping your business succeed by making the Microsoft vision pertinent to your business.

 

This year’s conference includes hundreds of breakout sessions and hands-on labs. Plus, you won’t want to miss the many expert speakers that will be there to pass along experiences and advice. Included in this all-star list of speakers is Dr. Beverly Kaye, CEO of Career Systems International, an internationally recognized authority on retention, engagement, and career development in the workplace, who will offer insights from her business bestseller, Love ‘Em or Lose ‘Em: Getting Good People to Stay. And David Russell, CEO of Success with People, Inc., an expert in transforming high-technology channel partner executives into effective managers, will also speak about his extensive experience working in the computer industry.

 

Time is running out, so register now at www.microsoftwwpartnerconference.com/. Make sure to arrive early, and take advantage of the exciting pre-conference activities.

 

Thank you and have a wonderful day,

 

Eric Ligman
Microsoft US Senior Manager
Small Business Community Engagement
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