You probably already know that Progress Exchange 2014, our annual partner and user conference, will be taking place on October 6-8 in Orlando, FL. And you probably already know that we’ll have 10 hands-on workshops, more than 40 technical sessions, four technical tracks and countless networking opportunities.
It’s even likely that you’ve seen Colleen Smith’s video invite on why you need to be there. But, did you know that the Progress+ Business Forum will be going on right before the event? And if you’re a Progress partner you definitely don’t want to miss out on this one!
The Progress+ Business Forum is a one-day event held on October 6 that will help our partners connect, collaborate and spark innovation as they look to business strategy in 2015. Happening right before Progress Exchange, partners will glean insights, strategies and program initiatives to help drive business. You'll not only get a chance to hear from industry experts and Progress business and technical executives, but also have access to subject matter experts to help you reach your goals and establish a leadership position in new and existing markets.
We’ll be kicking off the Partner+ Business Forum on Sunday night, October 5, as we honor the top partners for 2013 with a fun evening of festivities. Monday, October 6, will provide the opportunity to join your peers for a day of insightful learning sessions that are sure to insight innovation. The agenda will lead into the Exchange conference, where you’ll proceed to attend any other relevant sessions.
Good news is that your registration fee includes your admission to the Partner+ Business Forum, but space is limited, so register today! Watch my video below for more details.
Vice President, Worldwide Partners and Channels.
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