On the 25th March 2013 we’re hosting the 2013 Microsoft Australia Education Partner Summit in Sydney. It is open to all of the partner organisations who are registered on the Microsoft Partner Network*, and who focus on the education market in Australia.
The keynote speaker for the day is Anthony Salcito, the Vice President of Microsoft Education Worldwide, who’s visiting Australia. You can see Anthony speaking at TEDxPantheonSorbonne here.
Microsoft Education Partner Summit, 25th March 2013
The agenda will focus on helping our partners to understand the way that our key desktop and cloud products and services – especially Windows 8 and Office 365 in education – help education customers to transition to new models of teaching and learning.
This event will be headlined by the Vice President of Microsoft Education Worldwide, Anthony Salcito.
You will end the day equipped with the value proposition of Windows 8 and Office 365 in education, in a format that will help you to share this with your customers to support your conversations around products, services and devices in education.
The morning will be a series of keynote presentations and open Q&A sessions with key executives from the Microsoft global and Australian business. And then in the afternoon, we’ll be offering a choice of breakout sessions, which will focus on specific topics.
I’ll have the full agenda up on Monday, but for now I’d recommend grabbing a spot through the registration link, as I’d expect that the seats will fill up pretty quickly.
Date: Monday 25th March, 2013.
Time: 9:00am – 3:45pm.
Place: Microsoft Sydney, 1 Epping Road, North Ryde, NSW 2113
* Acronym Soup – Our Microsoft Partner Network (MPN) partners include:
- AERs – Authorised Education Resellers
- OEMs – Original Equipment Manufacturers
- ISVs – Independent Software Vendors
- SIs – System Integrators
- LARs – Large Account Resellers