Guest post by Vince Menzione, General Manager, Microsoft U.S. Public Sector Partner Strategy
I am excited to invite you to attend the 2011 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Los Angeles, CA from July 10-14.
The Worldwide Partner Conference is your to time hear about the Microsoft strategic roadmap, discover new opportunities to grow your business, and drive revenue through our new wave of product innovations. We often hear that the Conference is a highly valued opportunity for partners at your level because of the networking opportunities it presents. WPC is your best chance all year to connect with people who can help you shape your strategies and expand your business. The Microsoft U.S. partner executive team will be in attendance at the conference to meet with you to discuss your business, dialogue on what we can do to strengthen our partnership with you, and answer any questions.
For Microsoft U.S. partners who serve Public Sector customers, including Education, Healthcare, Federal Government, State and Local Government, and Public Safety and National Security, there are plenty of great opportunities to learn, connect, and engage at WPC 2011:
- Public Sector Track (Wednesday July 13). The keynote for this track will be delivered by Linda Zecher, Corporate Vice President, WW Public Sector. To see all sessions in the Public Sector track, visit the Session Catalog and filter by Track (choose Public Sector). There are also interactive sessions and roundtables on July 12 aligned to industry. The Public Sector Page on Digital WPC provides more details about the keynote and sessions.
- Worldwide Public Sector Lounge. Stop by to meet members of the Public Sector partner team and connect with other partners. Tell us about yourself and your business; help us build our community database so we can ensure you stay connected with the latest Microsoft Public Sector resources. While you are there, grab a snack or a refreshment.
- U.S. Roundtables. Participate in these sessions to share your ideas about how we can help you build your Public Sector business. Tell us what your needs are with regard to what resources we can offer that will help your business prosper over the next year. Send an email to email@example.com with your interested or questions in participating! .
Nearly 12,000 people are already planning to attend WPC 2011, but there’s still room for you. If you have not yet registered, visit the Digital WPC site to reserve your place at this valuable event.
I look forward to seeing you next month in Los Angeles!
Microsoft U.S. Public Sector Partner Strategy