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Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference detailed

16 Mar 11

It’s nearly that time of the year again, with Microsoft giving initial details of its Worldwide Partner Conference that will be held on July 10th-14th, 2011 at the Los Angeles Convention Centre. 

The five-day event offers partners a chance to finds out more about Microsoft’s roadmap and best practices for the year ahead.  

"This conference will be invaluable to your business,” says Microsoft, adding that early bird registration opens in March 23rd. 

There are several different options to customise your WPC 2011 and early bird registration beings on March 23rd. 

You can find out more about the different pass options, along with registration details, here

Ten new categories were recently announced for Microsoft’s New Zealand partner awards.

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