Small Business Symposium

18 May



Microsoft Small Business Symposium 2007
An exclusive event to help you maximize growth.

9 July 2007 / Denver, CO

Dear Microsoft Partner:

As someone dedicated to helping your small business clients grow and thrive, are you sometimes surprised by the challenges your own company’s growth presents to your ongoing success? Sudden or even steady growth can test the processes, people, and values that distinguish your company from the competition.

To help you maximize your growth, we’d like to invite you to our second annual Microsoft® Small Business Symposium. Network with industry peers at this full-day event as you:

  • Hear directly from Michael Risse, Vice President of Small and Medium Business, about Microsoft’s vision and roadmap in the small business marketplace.
  • Learn from well-known industry leaders how to manage your time, increase business value, and reduce financial barriers to continued growth.
  • Attend Business Growth breakout sessions presented by your partner peers and take away successful best practices that you can put to work for your business.
  • Find out about upcoming Microsoft technology and how to use current Microsoft solutions to boost business success for you and your customers.

Conveniently held just one day before the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference, the Microsoft Small Business Symposium will take place on July 9, 2007, in the U.S. city of Denver, Colorado.

The cost for this event is only US$99 for Microsoft partners and the event is free for all Microsoft Small Business Specialists. This was an extremely popular event last year and demand is high, so make sure to register today—seats are limited!

Learn more about this exclusive event and register today!




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