A Blog Series for U.S. Partners by Jenni Flinders, Microsoft U.S. Vice President, Partner Strategy and Programs
What’s your plan for making the most of Worldwide Partner Conference 2011 (WPC) in Los Angeles this month? In the most positive way, WPC offers an astounding amount of networking, learning, and the opportunity to prepare your business to succeed with Microsoft. As Microsoft’s largest annual gathering for our valued partner community, it’s an incredibly exciting event and your options while attending may seem limitless.
WPC 2011 Resources
Special Offers for WPC Attendees
A good strategic plan is supported by a “to-do list” of critical tasks. So that your time at WPC is as productive as possible, below I am sharing the top five things your company should check off that list right now to ensure you can focus, be inspired, and connect at the Conference.
I am looking forward to seeing the global Microsoft partner community come together in Los Angeles. In addition to all of the great learning experiences you may come across at WPC, there is no question that L.A. has an amazing list of things to do and see. If you have not been to the City of Angels before, I hope you’ll take at least a little time to enjoy the world-class art museums, theme parks, beaches, restaurants, and other attractions. Los Angeles offers a perfect reason to come a bit early to WPC and leave a bit later.
Jenni Flinders Microsoft Vice President, U.S. Partner Strategy and Programs
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