image Yes, we all know that money does not actually grow on trees (it would be great if it did though, wouldn’t it?); however, by taking advantage of any of the several current promotions that Microsoft is offering to its Partners to help their clients save money, it is about as close as you might get.  As you may have noticed over the past week, I have been posting about some of these very exciting offers now available to Partners, such as:

In my Big Easy Offer post above, I mentioned that the U.S Team is presenting a webcast this Friday, January 8th, for Partners to attend to learn more about the Big Easy Offer 4.0 and how it works.  After my 50%* Off Up-To-Date Discount post, I started to receive additional inquiries from Partners asking if there would also be a webcast explaining more about that offer as well for Partners.

I am happy to pass along information for all of you to let you know that the webcast taking place on Friday will actually cover multiple offers available right now, including both the Big Easy Offer 4.0 and the 50%* Off Up-To-Date Discount, and a few more.  So here is your chance to register to join the U.S. Team’s Partner webcast to learn about several of the current promotions taking place now to help your clients save money and help you close more business and make more money.

Since I am anticipating this question may come up from some Partners not located in the U.S., here you go: Yes, the Big Easy Offer 4.0 is a U.S. offer and is not available worldwide; however, the 50%* Off Up-To-Date Discount is a worldwide offer, so you can learn more about how this works during this call.

*50% discount calculations are based on estimated retail prices. Reseller prices may vary.

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