Chess Partner has recently announced its partner conference Channel Mix. The event is in line with their new one partner proposition revealed at last year’s Channel Live.
To be held on the 14th of March at The Belfry Hotel and Resort Channel Mix enables resellers to meet the decision-makers at the network giants, the cloud and cybersecurity gurus and learn new tricks from renowned sales and performance experts. Partners will also have the opportunity to learn about the latest tech innovations and the profit potential of these.
The conference agenda boasts some of the biggest names in the industry and business. The speakers’ line-up boasts Ben Hunt-Davis, the Olympic gold medallist and now entrepreneur who will reveal the successful culture that can drive winning results, Adrian Webster, an IT sales guru and motivation expert, and Peter Cochrane, former BT CTO, to comment on the future of the sector.
Among the keynotes delivered by product and performance specialists, Chess has also organised a panel discussion focusing on the commercialisation of 5G. Network representatives and industry leaders would explain the opportunities this would present to resellers and how they can leverage those to sell new devices and IoT software.
With fibre and faster connectivity enabling the increase in remote workers and data breaches. Chess will cover different products and services, which you can add to your portfolio and that you can use yourself to secure your own data. Cybersecurity relates not only to your mobile device offering but also to any cloud or connectivity products you may already sell.
Chess will also reveal some of the new additions to their portfolio such as Tech-as-a-Service, a technology leasing solution, allowing customers to always stay on top of the latest technology and boast the latest model tech.
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