WPC 2013: Final days of our discounted registration price

by Peter K. Han, Microsoft Vice President of U.S. OEM

imageIt’s officially April, and that means we’re just three months away from the 2013 Worldwide Partner Conference in Houston. Excitement is building and preparation is in full swing here at Microsoft. WPC is a vitally important opportunity for us to connect with all of you partners, and for us to come together to learn, teach, and share how Microsoft and its partners can support our customers over the next year and beyond.

To help ensure as many partners as possible can join us, we’re offering a special discounted early registration discount of $200 off all-access conference pass if you register by this Friday, April 5. That leaves only five days to take advantage of this offer. Pair it with the group discount (for your company’s 4th through 10th attendees) and also take advantage of our negotiated hotel rates to make WPC attendance more cost-effective. Offer details and terms and conditions. WPCfinalweek

Content for this year’s conference is still taking shape, but Tracks for Windows Client, Windows Phone, Sales and Marketing, Public Sector, U.S. Subsidiary, Business Leadership, and Emerging Leaders promise to be dynamic and help partners take advantage of new opportunities with our latest releases. And WW Channel Chief, Jon Roskill, previews the vision keynotes in his latest WPC blog post.

We want to see you this July in Houston and save you money at the same time. Register today and don’t miss out on what I think could be the best WPC yet!

imageWhat is your plan for WPC? Connect with me on Twitter @PeterKHan to tell me what you are looking forward to hearing and accomplishing while in Houston this July.


Read more posts about the U.S. Partner Team’s plans for WPC.

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