Wahoo Learning are delighted to have this week signed up to exhibit at the Channel Live event at Birmingham’s NEC this September.
The UK’s only exhibition and conference for the ICT channel, Channel Live was launched in 2017 to provide an environment for channel suppliers and resellers wishing to future proof their business and expand their product and service portfolios, whilst building essential business partnerships.
Only at Channel Live can dealers, resellers, VARS, managed service providers, system integrators and other channel partners openly discuss margin opportunities with vendors and solution providers.
Channel Live remains a trade only conference, exhibition, thought leadership and networking event. It was for that reason we at Wahoo Learning to exhibit at the event.
Having provided managed partner training services into the Channel Partner sector for two decades, which have earned our customers considerable revenues, Wahoo Learning are looking forward to solving some of the challenges organisations may have in maximising opportunities within their channel partner network.
So, if you are attending Channel Live please do stop by stand 502, and challenge us to improve the performance of your Channel Partner Network. Or, if you can’t make the show, then no problem, drop us a line at email@example.com or call us on 01460 79 927 we’d be delighted to help.
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