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Closing Out #CiscoPS18


November 20, 2018 - 0 Comments

Last week in Las Vegas, I attended my fourth Cisco Partner Summit, where I was able to see some of our big announcements firsthand. In case you missed Partner Summit, we covered all the news in our Partner Blogs.  You can review our posts on:

Along the way, we captured some of the partner chatter from the event, and pointed out some top highlights to close out the week.

However, as I was sifting through all the incredible reactions from partners on our social feeds, I wanted to highlight two more videos with you today.

First, here’s what partners thought about the new Bridge to Possible marketing campaign announced last week:

Partners also had great reactions to where Cisco is headed with collaboration. Be sure to check out those thoughts here:

What a fantastic week in Vegas. It was thrilling to speak with so many partners and pick their brains on what makes their business models work. I also hope you’ve enjoyed our coverage of Cisco Partner Summit 2018 on our blog and in our other social feeds.

While the event has ended, you can still access the content at any time. If there are any session recordings, presentations or related collateral you’re looking for, please visit the Partner Summit Content Archive Hub on SalesConnect.

Coming out of last week’s event, I am energized to have heard so many great Cisco partner stories. I would love to hear more. In fact, all of us at Cisco always want to hear how well our partners are doing, and we talked about that very thing last week as well. If you would like to have one of your success stories considered for inclusion in our Bridge to Possible campaign, just submit your story by clicking “Partner” to begin the application process.

I can’t wait to see a lot of you again next year, when we reconvene in Las Vegas from November 5-7 for Cisco Partner Summit 2019!

 



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