Microsoft PARTNER MS101
8-11 March, 2010
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Event Password: MS101
What is Microsoft Partner MS101? Based on our experience with our global enterprise partners and from your feedback, we have developed a “Partner Version” of our Microsoft Worldwide Field New Hire Orientation Training course, called MS101.
Our primary objective for Microsoft PARTNER MS101 is to enable and provide a jumpstart on your understanding of Microsoft, covering our strategies, products, customer campaigns and field organization for our key enterprise partner alliance, marketing and sales contacts to decrease the time-to-opportunities & engagement and to drive wins and revenue for our firms!!!
We are in our 11th year of Microsoft PARTNER MS101 and we have had very positive feedback from partner attendees for each offering we have had! We have taken the comments and suggestions from the previous courses and incorporated them into this version and have updated the content to reflect Microsoft’s strategy and plans for our Fiscal Year 2010 (July 2009 – June 2010).
Comments from Partners Who Attended Previous Microsoft Partner MS101 Conferences:
“Without question, the industry’s strongest partner training event.”
“A great, informative week – you touched on everything possible to give an introductory yet rich overview of Microsoft’s offering and the company as a whole.”
“Exceeded my expectations! I learned in 3 days what would take years.”
“Thank you for putting this conference together. You truly took my understanding of Microsoft to the next level. Very well put together. The complete week was outstanding. Thank you!”
“This has been an extremely valuable conference. I will be pushing my co-workers who have not gone to go.”
“Best content to date, having been to three Partner MS101s.”
“You continue to innovate and raise the bar every year…”
“MS101 is grueling but essential for any partner who is serious about partnering with Microsoft.”
“Outstanding! The business value of MS101 is incredible and I recommend this for any partner developing or executing an alliance with Microsoft.”
Comments from Analyst and Press Who Attended
What I Learned at MS101 for Partners
At MS101, partners get a glimpse behind the Redmond curtain
Directions Column By Paul DeGroot, Directions on Microsoft
Postcard from Redmond: Microsoft Partner MS101
An event worth attending if you’re a Microsoft Partner
Blog Postcard from Redmond:
Microsoft Partner MS101
Posted by Lee Pender, Senior Editor, Redmond Channel Partner Magazine
Partner Target Audience
Partner Requirements to Attend Microsoft PARTNER MS101:
The Microsoft PARTNER MS101 tuition is supported by a cost recovery model program. We will be providing you with all your meals during the day, evening events which include entertainment and networking dinners, great promotional items and we will also provide transportation between the NH Barbizon Palace and the evening events. The registration fee for this conference is USD $1,650 (Approximately €1104).
No shared registrations for this event, one attendee per each fee paid.
You and your firm will also be responsible for your travel expenses (airfare, hotel, incidentals, transfer to and from the airport, etc.)
To register for this event, please visit the Website. If you need a hotel, please indicate that on the website. Alternatively you can go directly to the Registration Site, click on the “Spring” icon and type in the event password MS101 when asked.
Microsoft has reserved a block of rooms at the NH Barbizon Palace Hotel in Amsterdam at a discounted rate of €145, 00 per night (single occupancy), approximately USD $215. Rooms have been blocked for the nights of 08-12 March, 2010. All guests are charged a “portage fee” of $4, so you do not need to tip to have your luggage moved unless you want to give in addition to the $4. If you are requesting a room on additional nights, we will do what we can to accommodate you. Reservation requests must be made by 16:00 (PDT) on Thursday, 4 March, 2010. If you need to cancel a hotel reservation you have made, you must contact us at (firstname.lastname@example.org) 72 business hours prior to your hotel arrival date. If you do not cancel your reservation, you will be charged for your first night stay.
Full refunds (less $50.00 (USD) processing fee per registrant) will be granted to cancellations received via email to email@example.com up until 17:00 (US-PDT) 10 days prior to Day 1 of this event (8 March 2010). Refunds will not be given to registrants who do not cancel or who cancel within 9 days of Day 1 of this event. However, substitutions are allowed. There are set costs based on our attendee estimates a few weeks in advance so we are forced to incur these charges for people that cancel after this cancellation date.
Schedule of Partner MS101 Courses for 2010