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Making Your Numbers in Q2

After the success of the Microsoft's "Building Your Business in Challenging Times" road shows, I'm excited to announce that Acumen will be hosting a Microsoft-sponsored series of IW Business Building Sales Clinics. These webcasts will be held every two weeks and are tuned to increase sales. They will target executives, marketing and sales leaders and will be solution-based -- with live and interactive sessions. The content will be driven by the Microsoft Partner community, with Microsoft Teams with Partner interviews and Acumen insights. We will offer tips, ideas and provide answers to partner questions and discuss winning strategies. There will also be a BIZ Builder Forum for you to participate in, with Q&A capability.

The goal of the program is to help you drive business, learn more about Microsoft resources and increase your market share. Join me on Twitter (MSFTBizBuilder) for details, times and up-to-the-minute ideas (the first one starts April 13 at 9 a.m. PST; more details via Twitter and a link to come later).

I will certainly update you on this blog too! Check out my recent RCPmag.com column, "Sprint to the Finish!," for sales ideas or e-mail me.

Update: Information on the first clinic is now available here.

Posted by Ken Thoreson on March 26, 2009 at 11:59 AM


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