SBPIUS You may recall my ”Not only is SBSC staying, it is THE Small Business designation in the Microsoft Partner Network (MPN)” post back in May where I told you that Microsoft is not only keeping the Microsoft Small Business Specialist (SBSC) designation in the new Microsoft Partner Network launching in October, 2010, but it is our primary designation for partners focusing in the SMB segment (with the Midmarket Solution Provider competency also available for those who focus on the Midmarket segment too).  Well, the U.S. Team has just announced a great offer for the Microsoft Small Business Specialist (SBSC) partners located within the United States to earn marketing development funds directly from Microsoft.

According to the U.S. Team, these marketing development funds are available for you to drive demand generation efforts through Ready-to-Go Marketing (includes Events, Campaigns, and various Marketing Services).  Here are some of the details behind this promotion:

  1. These funds are exclusive to Microsoft Small Business Specialists (SBSCs)
  2. Offer starts August 30, 2010 at 12:00am PDT and expires at 11:59pm PDT on December 31, 2010, or while supplies last.
  3. This is a U.S. offer.  Offer good only to companies legally domiciled in the 50 United States (includes District of Columbia) who are actively enrolled in the Microsoft Partner Program as of July 1, 2010 as a Microsoft Gold Certified, Certified or Registered Partner.
  4. To participate and get your marketing development funds:
    • Find a Ready-to-Go Marketing Service that's right for you here.
    • Once you've received the invoice for the service, submit the rebate request here.
    • You'll receive your rebate check in the mail within 4-6 weeks!

To see all of the details behind this promotion, I highly suggest you take a look at the promotion page the U.S. Team has on their site about this offer.

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