So I’ll be “working really hard” in Las Vegas next month when I attend the SMB Nation 2012 conference.
I was at last years SMB conference in Redmond and it was quite a blast. I got the chance to meet quite a few talented and important people in the industry.
I’ll be on a guest panel discussing Windows 8. This year’s conference is going to be pretty exciting.
“We are thrilled to freshen our Fall conference with impactful multi-dimensional content that explores emerging technologies while honoring traditional SMB IT topics.” said Harry Brelsford, founder of Seattle-based SMB Nation. “We have brought in the best and brightest technical and business minds for an amazing three-day professional conference.”
“We have speakers delivering unique content on on-prem hybrid, Essentials, VDI, cloud Office 365, Managed Services Provider (MSP) business models and important ‘BusinessSpeak’ topics such as increasing technology sales.”
Harry’s a great guy and he puts on a good conference. I found this video from MVP Nation this year (hosted by the same organization). Your truly got quoted a few times here.
You can also see my appearance on the guest panel at that event here.
The conference should be fun and I’m looking forward to seeing some of you there!
About the event
- Attendees: 500+ SMB channel partners, consultants, techs, geeks, MVPs and resellers
- Sessions: Over 30+ technical and business content sessions
- Sponsors: Over 60+ SMB technology sponsors/vendors
- Conference: October 12-14, 2012
- Pre-Day: October 11, 2012
- Post-Day: October 15, 2012 BIKE RIDE!
- Location: Rio Hotel and Conference Center. Las Vegas
More information: 1-888-SMBNAT1
About SMB Nation
SMB Nation is a publishing and events company, targeted at the small and medium business (SMB) channel partner/reseller/consulting/VAR community. SMB Nation spreads the knowledge of SMB technology trends through its conferences, books, SMB PC magazine, online services, and world-wide seminars, workshops and accredited Pocket MBA certificate (an academic partnership with Aspen University). As an active participant in the technology community, SMB Nation has a long history of enthusiastic advocacy and evangelism. The SMB Nation tribe exceeds 45,000 followers worldwide.