I’ve already mentioned that the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) is in Los Angeles this year, from 10-14th July.
This year the education partner activities will be planned to ensure that you don’t miss out on other activities at the event. This means that there will be specific Education sessions during the Industry Track during the week. What’s always a challenge is finding enough time during those tracks to dive into enough detail about our education solutions. One proposal is to add on a morning after the main conference has closed, to allow us to put on a mini-version of February’s Global Education Partner Conference, that has been held in Seattle in the last few years.
If that idea appeals to you – or you’d simply like to be kept in the loop on plans for education sessions at GEPS – drop me an email
At the moment, you can still get the early-bird rate on the 5-day All Access Pass (which works out at less than US$400 a day) until 25th April.
I’ll get more details on the education content shortly, but I’d definitely recommend registering to the conference, and considering entering yourself into the WPC Awards too (deadline extended to 29th April). If you’re looking for a great way to reward a valuable member of your team, a trip to WPC would definitely be a memorable experience which would deliver significant business benefits back to you too.