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Microsoft Envision is coming up fast—register now

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It’s time to register for Microsoft Envision, a new conference for business leaders, in New Orleans April 4 to 6, 2016. Microsoft Envision is the newest addition to Microsoft’s big four-conference lineup, joining Microsoft Ignite (for technologists), Microsoft Build (for developers) and the Worldwide Partner Conference.

Microsoft Envision is tailored to leaders in operations, finance, sales, marketing and IT. High-level executives, analysts and other experts are among the featured speakers who will delve into eight industries:

  • Manufacturing and resources
  • Retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG)
  • Financial services
  • Government
  • Healthcare
  • Hospitality and travel
  • Sports and entertainment
  • Professional services

Over 200 sessions are on tap. You can search the session catalog by your industry, role, solution area or product. Follow Microsoft Envision on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn to stay in the loop as new speakers and sessions are added.

Microsoft Envision is structured around the needs of business leaders. Get insights and perspectives from global executives and industry experts. Explore business trends, disruptive technologies and next-level thinking with innovators, experts and peers. Microsoft Envision is a great opportunity to build professional relationships. Microsoft Envision is shaping up to be one of the most informative and influential conferences of the year. Check out the agenda and register today!

—Kelly Rigotti, social media lead for Microsoft Envision

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