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First Look! See why IBM Business Partners are excited to attend Think 2019

Think 2019 is less than 10 weeks away! And it’s no surprise that so many Business Partners are excited to attend IBM’s signature event, held in San Francisco, February 12 – 15, 2019.

Earlier this year, Business Partners from around the world joined IBMers and customers in Las Vegas for Think 2018. By all accounts, it was a huge success as Business Partners told us they truly valued learning about emerging trends and cutting-edge technologies as well as connecting with IBMers, fellow partners and especially customers.

In fact, 43% of leads progressed from Think 2018 closed in a win—generating USD 1.2 billion so far. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to close deals and kick off 2019 with a fast start!

Here’s why Business Partners are excited for Think 2019.

As you can see, Think 2019 will have something for every Business Partner, regardless of geography, business model or technology focus. And we’ll present new insights and identify opportunities that can help you grow your business. We’ll also share our successes and celebrate our partnerships—because we wouldn’t be here without you.

Bring your team. Bring your customers. And let’s make 2019 a great year.

Register now for Think 2019.

I look forward to seeing your team in San Francisco!

John Teltsch
GM, IBM Partner Ecosystem

As the General Manager for the IBM Partner Ecosystem, John Teltsch leads the worldwide organization that supports more than 160,000 IBM Business Partners. He engages with IBM's channel partners around emerging opportunities in cloud, analytics, mobile, systems, security and cognitive computing.

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