Continuum Sells out Inaugural European Partner Day

Posted January 13, 2016by Ben Barker


Continuum's inaugural European Partner Day has sold out! The event is set to take place on Wednesday, February 17, 2016 at the Churchill War Rooms in London, England and will provide a day of training and networking for Continuum's European MSP partners. 

Presentations at the European Partner Day will include “The Continuum Product Roadmap,” by Senior Vice President of Global Service Delivery at Continuum, Rob Autor and a presntation on Continuity247™ by Zeshan Raja, Assistant Director, Technical Account Management at Continuum and instructor for Continuum University.

Additionally, IT business expert, Richard Tubb and Continuum CEO, Michael George will be the keynote speakers for the event. 

Finally, a representative from CompTIA will be on hand to present their  UK State of the Channel” report. The report outlines the many obstacles to overcome as channel firms seek new partnering arrangements, meet new customer needs, and build new models around emerging technology in a highly dynamic environment.

Paul Balkwell, European Sales Director at Continuum, couldn't be more excited to be able to offer such an event to Continuum's European MSP partners.

“We are thrilled to have so much interest and enthusiasm for our first European Partner Day. Attendees are sure to get an action-packed day full of valuable content from both Continuum speakers and invited guests from the industry. We expect that all MSPs will walk away with useful tasks to boost their business immediately as well as to the next level over the long term.” 

Continuum has a strong presence in Europe, anchored by Continuum’s intelligent Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) platform backed by its industry-leading Network Operations Center (NOC) and Help Desk.


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Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

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