MSP conference in September

MSP Revolution 2008!

Don’t be left out! 

The MSP Revolution 2008 event is the only event this year where you will get to go deep into the Managed Services Business Model and walk away with a proven Road Map to profitability in Managed Services.  MSPSN is bringing Fortune 500 level business management training to the SMB Channel.  Come immerse yourself in what it takes to be Best in Class!  Through this fast paced, high energy business simulation experience learn what it REALLY takes to bring your business up to the top of the Channel.

Key takeaways for you:
1.       Strengthen your business acumen to manage your business better
2.       Learn tips and best practices to running a profitable MSP practice
3.       Build strong relationships with your peers who are successful MSPs

Learn how each and every decision you make affects your bottom line.  In the only business simulator experience available today that is centered around the Managed Services business model, jump into a fun, fast paced and intense management educational experience and  gain a big picture understanding of business, familiarity with financial statements, importance of cash flow, plus strategic thinking focusing on innovation and change, and more. 
Come get the resources and expertise you need to strengthen all aspects of running and managing your business through this focused and intensive management education that allows you to work through and resolve major business decisions in a fun, fast paced environment.

You’ll also learn from your peers what it REALLY takes to be profitable in Managed Services. 

“When we understand our business – when we understand the impact of our actions and decisions on the company – we make better decisions and improve the company’s results and strategic position,” says Amy Luby, CEO MSPSN.
Don’t’ miss this opportunity to take your business to the next level.  Click HERE to register today!
Where & When
Hyatt Lodge Chicago Illinois
September 4-7, 2008

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