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Registration for Worldwide Partner Conference opens today

It’s that time again! Today the registration for Worldwide Partner Conference 2009 (WPC09) opened up for one and all to get signed up. Register today for this year’s conference, scheduled for July 13-16 in New Orleans. Get the latest information and insights about Microsoft strategies and cutting-edge technologies—directly from Microsoft leadership. Connect with other partners to explore opportunities and share best practices. And learn about innovative tools and resources to grow your business.

On the registration page, you will be able to access the Registration Services section which will help you with the following:

  • Register for WPC 2009.

  • Request a travel visa.

  • Print a receipt for your registration fee.

  • Finish an incomplete registration.

  • Change or add a hotel reservation.

  • View a copy of your confirmation e-mail message.

  • Find your hotel confirmation number.


In addition to registering for WPC09, be sure to access several of the other WPC items available such as:

As I noted in my earlier Blog post as well, be sure to Get your submissions in for the WPC09 Awards as well because the April 2nd deadline is quickly approaching and you don’t want to miss your chance to be a part of the contest. And remember that you can always access Digital WPC year-round to discover how you can leverage Microsoft products and initiatives to build your business, including exploring archived WPC 2008 breakout sessions and keynote addresses.

I look forward to seeing you all down in New Orleans for this year’s WPC09 conference and having the opportunity to once again connect with you in person and hear about the great things you are doing for your clients around the world.

Thank you and have a wonderful day,

Eric Ligman
Global Partner Experience Lead
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Group
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