Meet Microsoft executives, Microsoft Regional Directors, and MVPs
The European Collaboration Summit is the ideal opportunity to meet the executives, program leaders and top managers Microsoft, as well as Microsoft Regional Directors, Microsoft MVPs, and the other professionals in this field.
Vesa Juvonen, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
Karuana Gatimu, Principal Program Manager, Microsoft
Laurie Pottmeyer, Community Lead, Microsoft Teams Engineering
Dan Holme, Product Leader, Microsoft
Meet business leaders and tech visionaries
Top business leaders and tech visionaries from all over the world are joining the European Collaboration Summit. This event gives you the chance to hear from industry experts, network with senior leaders, and learn how to create winning strategies to succeed in the field of modern work. You will make many interesting connections who may become your future customers or partners.
Marc Anderson, USA, President Sympraxis Consulting, Microsoft MVP
Martina Grom, Austria, CEO atwork, Microsoft Regional Director
Maarten Eekels, Netherlands, CTO Rapid Circle, Microsoft Regional Director
Mike Fitzmaurice, Canada, Vice-President WEBCON
Meet more than 75 sponsors and exhibitors
The European Collaboration Summit offers a unique opportunity for our sponsors to present their product and services to a European audience, and to reach new partners and customers. At the same time, attendees get the chance to find out first-hand how new and emerging collaboration technologies can be used today, what the best practices are, and what products and services can further improve their business. The European Collaboration Summit expo hall with more than 75 exhibition boots is a “melting” pot which brings together business, deciders, doers and visionaries.
Meet 2500 attendees from allover Europe
European Collaboration Summit attendees work for the major European companies and organisations. Of these, 50% come from the DACH region (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), 20% from the Benelux region (Belgium, Netherlands and Luxembourg), 10% from the UK, 10% from the Nordic region (Sweden, Denmark, Norway and Finland), and 10% from other European countries. Moreover, 60% of attendees have a business role (CXOs, managers, business users) and 40% are techies (architects, developers, IT professionals).