HOW TO: VIEW THE LIVE STREAM HERE. (Starts at 9:00 am EST)
Welcome to Day 3 of Worldwide Partner Conference 2012. After a day filled with “Butterly smooth” information yesterday, Day 3 brings with it some Vision Keynotes that are sure to rock the house. The Worldwide Partner Conference 2012 big stage will house our very own Microsoft Channel Chief, a session on Competing that is a WPC crowd favorite every year, and our very special guest speaker. Just like yesterday, the first of our Vision Keynotes starting at 9:00 am EST at the Air Canada Centre, and the Day 3 Vision Keynotes are:
Kevin Turner, Chief Operating Officer, Microsoft Corporation
Topic: Competing to Win in the New Era
NOTE: If you’ve been to Worldwide Partner Conference, you know that Kevin’s keynotes on competing are ALWAYS favorite!
Our special guest speaker at Worldwide Partner Conference 2012:
Topic: Leadership, Courage, and the Future of Wellbeing
In this post, I want to make sure you all know how you too can be a part of these Vision Keynotes both here in-person with us if you are a Worldwide Partner Conference attendee, or if you are one of our partners joining us virtually from around the world.
Virtually: As noted in my Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2012, WPC12, social media, networking, keynote streaming, MPN Live, and mobile all for you post, we will be streaming the Vision Keynote from Worldwide Partner Conference live from at 9:00 am EST on the Digital WPC site.
In Person: If you are here at Worldwide Partner Conference with us, the Day 3 Vision Keynotes with Jon Roskill, Kevin Turner, Deepak Chopra will be taking place in the Air Canada Centre, not at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, so please be sure to head to the right place. We are serving breakfast at the Air Canada Centre from 7:00 – 8:30 am EST, so please join us before the Vision Keynotes for so breakfast to kick the day off.
Attendee Transportation to the Vision Keynote: If you are at Worldwide Partner Conference with us and staying at one of the conference hotels, shuttles between the WPC 2012 hotels and the Air Canada Centre (ACC) run every 10-15 minutes except for the walking hotels. This means that except for the walking hotels, you can take the shuttles directly to the Air Canada Centre for the Vision Keynotes in the morning. Also, the shuttles do go to the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (MTCC) from the Worldwide Partner Conference 2012 hotels. MTCC pick-up/drop-off location is on Front Street outside of Level 200 (North Building).
NOTE: There is no shuttle service after the Vision Keynote from the ACC to the MTCC. Please use the pedestrian walkways on Bremner Blvd. and enter the MTCC through the South Building.
Walking Hotels include: Fairmont Royal York, Hilton Garden Inn Downtown, Hotel Le Germain, Hotel Le Germain Maple Leaf Square, Hotel Victoria, Hyatt Regency Toronto, InterContinental Toronto Centre, Le Meridien King Edward, One King West Hotel, Radisson Hotel, Renaissance Hotel, Residence Inn Downtown Toronto, Ritz Carlton, SoHo Metropolitan Hotel, Strathcona Hotel
Side Meeting Shuttle: Shuttle runs between MTCC, Sheraton Centre, and the Hilton every 10-15 minutes from 11:30am – 5:30pm
Evening Shuttles: Shuttles will run from MTCC to WPC Hotels from 5:30 – 11:00
Social Media: I have a ton of tips for you on taking part in the social media aspect of Worldwide Partner Conference 2012 in my Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference 2012, WPC12, social media, networking, keynote streaming, MPN Live, and mobile all for you post, so please be sure to take a look at that for even more insights on how to get the most out of Worldwide Partner Conference 2012. At a bare minimum, be sure to use the #WPC12 hashtag and the #MSPartner hashtag in your coverage of the Vision Keynotes as well as all of the Worldwide Partner Conference information to be part of the online conversation taking place.
I hope this quick overview helps get you ready to join us for the Day 3 Vision keynotes here at Worldwide Partner Conference 2012. I look forward to seeing you all tomorrow here in person and online in the social media world!
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