The Microsoft Convergence Conference Will Help You Reach Your Business Goals

Convergence is a business conference started by Microsoft. The goal of the conference is to allow businesses the opportunity to learn more about exciting new Microsoft products as well as make connections with sponsors and other companies at the conference to help with marketing. There are hundreds of Microsoft professionals, other businesses, and sponsors who all can help you meet your business goals.

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If you are interested in learning more about the conference, you can click the infographic to find out more. Read on to figure out how to maximize your time at Convergence 2014.

Maximizing your time at Convergence

There are several things you can to do maximize your time at convergence. Implement the following steps to ensure you get the potential out of every possible minute.

Bring business cards: Business card exchanging is done a lot at conferences. You don’t want to miss out on the opportunity to connect with someone you met, with sponsors, and with Microsoft professionals. Always bring more business cards than you think you will need.

Use sponsors: If a sponsor is relevant to your business, seek out specific contacts to connect with that brand and get your name out there. The more real connections you make with sponsors, then the higher chance you have of being able to make a profitable relationship with that sponsor or brand.

Connect with people through e-mail: After meeting new people, send them an e-mail to connect and let them know you remember them and still want to start some kind of connection and profitable relationship. Think about who you might want to meet in advance to make sure that you really connect with the best people for your brand.

If you implement these steps, then you will ensure that your time at the Convergence conference isn’t wasted. Book your spot as soon as possible so you don’t miss out on great connections. Learn more about Convergence in the infographic.

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