MEET US AT MICROSOFT INSPIRE

21 June 2019
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ABOUT MICROSOFT INSPIRE

Inspire 2019, taking place in Las Vegas July 14–18, is Microsoft’s premier event for partners and an experience for anyone interested in growing their business and strengthening their Microsoft partnership. The event brings together thousands of attendees from 130 countries around the globe for a week of networking and learning — all with the goal of increasing partner profitability and accelerating business growth. This year the keynote speaker lineup will include Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella, President Brad Smith, Executive Vice President Judson Althoff, who leads Microsoft’s Worldwide Commercial Business organization, and Corporate Vice President Gavriella Schuster, who leads Microsoft’s One Commercial Partner organization. 

EXPAND YOUR NETWORK

Get insights from other partners, make connections that lead to new business, and create relationships with Microsoft field team members.

LEARN WHAT’S NEXT

Explore product roadmaps, align with the direction Microsoft leadership is headed, and interact with leading tech innovators.

WORKSHOPS & SESSIONS

Learn how to accelerate the digital transformation of your customers, foster diversity and inclusion, and extend sales and leadership knowledge.

EXPLORE THE AGENDA

Networking events, sessions, speakers, Corenote presentations, daily social hours — no matter your experience of expertise, Microsoft Inspire has the information and insights to help you succeed.

REGISTER

Join us at Microsoft Inspire from July 14-18, 2019.

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