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Worldwide Partner Conference
Where you'll want to be at WPC.
This year at WPC, we have prepared a robust set of sessions based on your previous feedback, and our insight to current customer needs in the marketplace. We have focused our sessions in providing you with actionable knowledge, that can help you compete, become more profitable and find the right opportunities. We have divided our content of over 450 sessions into 22 tracks (more info, click here), and into four main core pillars – Cloud, Big Data, Devices and Mobility, and Enterprise Social (more info, click here). The following section highlights some of the best tracks and sessions you can attend. 
 
Make sure to schedule your favorite sessions through our Sessions and Meeting Scheduler in WPC Connect.
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Top Sessions by Track
 
Business Leadership
  • Converting strategy into revenue: a workshop to help leaders address this critical challenge - Shaun Fröhlich
  • Faster, Higher, Stronger:  Understanding The Drivers of Profitable Cloud Partners - Darren Bibby
  • Lead the enterprise social revolution: how to drive sustainable adoption - ​Dux Raymond Sy
Emerging Leaders
  • Effective Storytelling for Maximum Reach and Influence - Jill Giacomoni & Steve Clayton
  • Maximize your personal brand - Dux Raymond Sy & Ray Rasmussen
Enterprise
  • Successfully Navigating Microsoft - Jason Krech
Hosting & Cloud Service Providers
  • How hosting service providers can use effective marketing to increase their customer acquisitions and profits - Ted Eisele & Victoria Magaz
  • Microsoft’s cloud vision for hosting partners - Eugene Saburi, Julia White & Marco Limena
Microsoft Dynamics
  • Microsoft Dynamics for Retail SMB: partner-ready SMB retail - Melissa Stern
  • The future of retail is here today with Microsoft Dynamics for Retail - Ashvin Mathew & Michael Griffiths
  • College recruiting is key to your future success: Microsoft Dynamics Academic Alliance can help - Katie Hasbargen
Sales and Marketing
  • Presenting at C-level: how to close the deal with CxOs - Dave  Underhill
  • The top three strategies for more profitable negotiation - Ron D'Andrea
  • Growing your business faster than the competition in the new era of cloud computing - Per Werngren & Richard Dorfman
Server and Cloud
  • Intelligent systems and Windows Embedded technology: devices and services offerings in the retail industry - Jeff Wettlaufer & Karen Roberts
  • How to win with Big Data - Eron Kelly
  • Differentiate and win with the Microsoft cloud platform - Takeshi Numoto
The new Office
  • Making Money with the new Office in Enterprise Accounts - Andres Caldera, Chris Hutton & Doug McCutcheon
  • Selling the new Office in SMB - Elaine Sher
  • How to Beat Google with Office 365 - John Donahue & John Westworth
U.S. Subsidiary
  • Beyond the breakeven: building a successful U.S. cloud business - Kenneth Lince, Mike Chan & Paul Spencer
  • Delivering solutions and driving revenue with enterprise social in the U.S. - Amanda Arch & Margaret Loosemore
  • Game changers in the U.S.: go mobile - Suzanne Calabro
  • Winning and growing in the U.S. SMB relationship era - Cindy Bates & David Nour
Windows Client
  • “Here, take my money”: all of the Windows campaigns for FY14 explained - Jay Paulus
  • Getting off Windows XP in 30 minutes or less - Stephen Rose
  • How to pitch Windows 8 to reluctant  enterprises - Pieter Uittenbogaard
  • How to talk to customers about Windows 8 devices - Arthur Lesne
 
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