Very timely event from our Financing team aimed at helping partners understand & prepare for the coming economic downturn.
To assist you in determining what it means for your business and your customers, Microsoft Financing, has assembled a panel of experts to discuss;
- The economic climate,
- Impacts on the IT market, and
- How to leverage Microsoft,
Panelists will include Robert Gottleibsen, Jean Marc Annonier from IDC & Microsoft Australia MD, Tracey Fellows.
Event Details and Registration
Date: Tuesday 25th November
Time: 7.30am Registration
8.00am Session Commences
Location: Hilton Hotel, 488 George Street, Sydney
To Register you attendance please visit: Microsoft Financing Economy Event Registration Website
Unfortunately I’ll be in Brisbane however really think there’s value in stopping to assess the current situation & then discuss your approach.
Cheers & hope you can make it,
Robert Gottliebsen has spent more than 30 years writing and commentating about business and investment in Australia. He has served as a regular columnist for the Australian Financial Review and founded BRW in 1981. Gottliebsen has also been host of the Business Daily TV show on Sky News as well as playing a role as National Business Commentator for The Australian. Today, he specialises in communicating business ideas and comments through The Australian, a nightly TV show, the Internet and regular radio broadcasts.
Jean Marc Annonier – Research Manager, IDC
Jean-Marc Annonier is an expert at combining rigorous micro and macroeconomic study methodologies with his in-depth knowledge of the Australian ICT market. His specialty at IDC is the segmentation of all ICT markets per business size, vertical industry and region. Jean Marc is author of the recently released IDC paper “The Economic Recession in Australia – What does it mean for the ICT Industry?".
Tracey Fellows – Managing Director, Microsoft
Tracey Fellows is responsible for meeting the needs of Microsoft’s customers, which include governments, businesses and consumers, as well as the 14,000 partners and independent software vendors who produce leading edge technology solutions for Australian businesses based on Microsoft’s platform.