A couple of weeks ago, we broadcast the latest episode of MPN Live direct from our Microsoft Headquarters here in Redmond, Washington. Tomorrow we will be broadcasting the next round of MPN Live shows, three total, this time live from Toronto, Canada, where Worldwide Partner Conference 2012 will be taking place. Not only will you get first-hand info from our fantastic panel of speakers at these sessions, but here’s a little extra bonus incentive for you to join us for these sessions… Tomorrow, three lucky partners who tune in to these MPN Live sessions (one, two, or all three sessions), could win a free pass to Worldwide Partner Conference 2012 being held in Toronto, Canada from July 8th – 12th! How’s that for a little extra kicker?
For the three MPN Live sessions tomorrow, here are the topics that we will be covering at each:
- 9 AM EST – Topic: P2P and Entrepreneurship: The Age of Collaboration
- 12 PM EST – Topic: Cloud Solutions: 21st Century Selling (featuring Darren Bibby Program Vice President, Software Channels and Alliances at IDC)
- 5 PM EST – Building the Future with Apps and the Cloud
Please note, all of the times listed above are EST, so be sure to join us at the appropriate time.
You can join us online for these sessions HERE at the times listed above tomorrow. Also, remember that you can take part online by tracking the conversation on Twitter with the #MPNLive hashtag during tomorrow’s session.
For those that missed it, here is the replay of the 12 PM EST session, which we recorded:
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