For those of you who attended the SMB Nation keynote this year or who watched the replay online, you may recall the announcement I made that we are going to be providing a way for our SBSC Partners to host the Microsoft Small Business Summit directly on their websites. Since that time, we have been working on the delivery of this and trying out the execution (you may remember when I hosted the last Microsoft Small Business Show on my Blog). Now, I am happy to announce that we have the full Microsoft Small Business Summit delivery kit, including the “Microsoft “Summit in a Box” Video Player Implementation Guide for Microsoft SBSC Partners”, available for you to use!
To access these resources, head out to the Microsoft Small Business Summit Ready-to-Go Campaign page and download the components you want to utilize. On this page you will find things like:
We are looking forward to another great Small Business Summit this year and are very excited to partner with all of our SBSC Partners to bring this show out to Small Business customers everywhere.
Thank you and have a wonderful day,
Eric Ligman Microsoft US Senior Manager Small Business Community Engagement This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights
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Hi Eric, Can you give us an idea what exactly will be broadcast in this manner. It looks like there are multiple tracks of concurrent sessions during the summit but I expect that the viewer we can host on our sites only show one channel. Will we know ahead of time which track will be broadcast?
Coming up next week is the next edition of the annual Microsoft Small Business Summit, an online, multi-day
@ Allen - There will be one session taking place at a time that will be streamed through your SBSC player. I posted the link to the sessions on the Blog this morning (March 19th), so you might want to flip through those for more detail on each one.
Just under five months ago, I had the pleasure of standing in front of a full house audience in our Kodiak
When I announced the idea of SBSC Partners being able to host the Small Business Summit on their websites
For those of you who missed the live broadcast of the Microsoft Small Business Summit, we are rebroadcasting