Last year we launched the very first Small Business Summit, which was a four day event focused on providing information to Small Businesses across the country. Now, we are proud to announce Small Business Summit 2007 which will be a five day event (March 19 – 23) once again focused on providing information to Small Businesses across the country. This year’s Summit will include:
5 days of FREE online and in-person sessions:
Some of the featured speakers this year to kick the Summit off will be:
You’ll also be able to register for and view 5 days worth of content focused on Small Businesses, broken into different tracks:
1) Security and Support
2) Productivity and Mobility
3) Financial Management
4) Sales and Marketing
5) Start-Up Day
And don’t forget your chance to win some amazing prizes, including:
So what are you waiting for? Head over to http://www.sbsummit.com right now to register for the Summit and check out all of the great sessions and content. Then be sure to tell all of the Small Businesses you know about the FREE Small Business Summit 2007 and to register today!
For those of you attending the kick-off day of the Summit live here on the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, I’ll see you there. If you won’t be here in person, maybe I’ll see you online for this session on the 4th day…
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric LigmanMicrosoft US Senior ManagerSmall Business Community EngagementThis posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
I agree that we should "be sure to tell all the Small Businesses we know".
Has anyone at Microsoft prepared marketing material we can "steal" and use in mailing to our prospects?
I made my selections and tried to register for the Small Business Summit this morning at http://www.microsoft.com/smallbusiness/small-business-summit/hub.mspx.
I tried four or five times but always ended up at http://www.microsoft.com/smallbusiness/small-business-summit/hub.mspx where I was informed “Error An error occurred while processing your request. Please try again.”
I don't know if this is a universal issue or if it is just limited to my registration attempts using IE7 on XP Pro SP2.
I thought you might be able to let the appropriate people check to make sure their site is operating correctly.
There were some questions earlier about what the 2 nd prize being offered through the Small Business