Computing giant backs Leeds tech expo and conference – will highlight it’s cloud strategy for resellers

Microsoft becomes Headline Partner of PCR Boot Camp North

Microsoft has become Headline Partner of PCR Boot Camp North, the tech conference, expo and networking event hitting Leeds on November 12th.

As well as exhibiting on the show floor, Microsoft will be holding a break-out room for in-depth discussions with resellers, and Nicola Young, OEM Channel sales lead, will be discussing ‘the critical role partners play in delivering Microsoft’s technology strategy in an ever evolving market, and how partners build a profitable Microsoft business as Cloud demand grows.’

Retailers, resellers and system builders get into PCR Boot Camp North totally free – you just have to put your name down here.

After the most successful PCR Boot Camp event to date earlier this year, the conference and expo has expanded from its home base in London to Leeds for a second yearly event.

Held at the Royal Armouries, PCR Boot Camp North will contain the same winning formula of conferences, panel sessions, exhibitions and networking.

The morning talks and panel sessions will inform, educate and inspire on topics directly relevant to technology dealers, and the afternoon expo provides a platform for them to do business with manufacturers and distributors.

Once again, the event will be followed by an After-Show Drinks Reception, which provides those present with networking opportunities to round off the day’s proceedings. It will be held in privately booked galleries at the Royal Armouries, giving delegates the chance to browse the historical weaponry exhibits, ancient armour and even a war elephant – as well as watch some traditional martial arts sparing – while they network with business partners and peers.

Every retailer and reseller attending Boot Camp North will also leave with a gift bag – so why not sign up today?

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