Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner conference begins today in Toronto

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Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference, WPC 2016, is officially underway today in Toronto. With over 15,000 attendees, and 144 countries represented, Microsoft Partners from around the world are expected to be at the event. The event is a can’t miss experience for those who are looking to grow their businesses, and strengthen ties with Microsoft, so we will be covering the biggest news coming from the event  throughout the week.

To follow the keynotes at WPC, you can tune into the WPC home page from 8:45 AM to 10:45 AM Eastern Time on July 11, 12, and 13th. Top Microsoft executives, including C.E.O. Satya Nadella, Executive VP Judson Atlhoff, President & Chief Legal Officer Brad Smith, and  Corporate Vice President, Worldwide Partner Group Gavriella Schuster are all expected to speak at the Vision Keynote at WPC.

WPC Vision Keynote speakers
WPC Vision Keynote speakers

Additionally, there are other general WPC sessions which will feature Chris Capossela, Phil Sorgen, and many more notable Microsoft employees. Of course, break out sessions, workshops, and panels are also expected to occur at WPC. These events will feature Dona Sarkar, and other noted speakers from Microsoft partners from across the globe.

For the complete list of speakers you can check out this official WPC Webpage. Then, you can click here for information on the Partner of the Year Awards, and here more information about partner stories.