The time is now to reach for the future you want. Registering for the 2015 Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) is the first step.
On January 29, the price for an all-access pass to WPC 2015 will increase by US$200. Register today to secure your spot at the current price.
A conference designed for you
Microsoft is a partner-first company, and we are excited to transform the mobile-first, cloud-first world together with you at this year’s Worldwide Partner Conference in Orlando, Florida, from July 12–16.
This year, we’ve redesigned the sessions at WPC 2015 to fit your learning style and the way you do business.
- If you learn best through participating, we’re featuring more interactive sessions that get you hands-on and heads-down with new strategies, solutions, and technologies.
- If you prefer presentations, our informational and panel sessions feature subject matter experts who will present best practices, profitability models, in-depth industry solutions, and more.
Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks about how this year’s conference will help you to innovate, engage, transform, and lead in your field. Check out the highlights from WPC 2014 for a glimpse at the experiences we offer attendees.
Stay informed about WPC 2015
As the US Partner Team plans for WPC 2015 in Orlando, Florida, we’ll help you stay informed about registration, Partner of the Year award nominations, US activities like our party and lounge, and more.
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The US partner experience at WPC 2014
Watch this video, which captures the US partner activities at WPC 2014, including our lounge, keynote, party, and diversity event. See highlights for each in our video, and learn why WPC is the must-attend Microsoft partner event each year. We hope to see you at WPC 2015 in Orlando, Florida. Enjoy!
United States Keynote at WPC 2014
Watch this video, featuring Microsoft US Partner Group Vice President, Jenni Flinders, and Judson Althoff, President of Microsoft North America, and guests for a discussion about the US partner business.