Thursday, November 12, 2015

Notes from the Trails --- What do you want to see at WPC?

imageThis post is all about the WPC and You!

I have just two calls to action for you.

Both will take just a moment of your time. More for #1 if you have Big Thoughts you want to share.

Will I See You In Toronto?

Time is of the essence. We will be meeting starting on Saturday, but your thoughts and ideas are always welcome. After all we live in a WPC365 world today. If you don’t have time or haven’t had the time to think it through yet … no problem. Share when you are ready.

If you have been to the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) we’d like to get your thoughts on what you’d like to see, do and hear at the upcoming WPC in Toronto in July 2016.

The Microsoft teams really do want to hear what you have to say. Help me to help you. I’m happy to carry the partner message for you.

As the beginning of the video states I am proud and fortunate enough to be a part of the team that helps coordinate the partner experience at the WPC.

Calls to Action – Just Two:

  1. imageShare your thoughts – What do you want to see at WPC?
  2. Sign up for WPC --- It sells out every year. Take advantage of the discounts now.
    Start here: 

That’s It!

Before you start typing your thoughts … take 2 minutes for my Notes from the Trails video I shot for WPC. The calls to action are pulled out, but I hope you take 2 minutes to watch and at least 2 minutes to share your thoughts and get registered.

WPC is the largest Partner to Partner event in the tech world. It’s your chance to connect with other partners, engage with Microsoft, and set the stage for another successful year.

This will be my 15th WPC. I’m looking forward to Toronto. I hope you are too.

Image Credits: Microsoft and the IAMCP


Jeff is an expert in the Enterprise Content Management industry. He brings over 20 years of Channel Sales, Partner Marketing and Alliance expertise to audiences around the world in speaking engagements and via his writing. He has worked for Microsoft, Kodak, and K2. He is currently the consulting with Microsoft and partners to drive Community Engagement and Alliances.

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