Over the past couple of years I have given lot of talks about BizTalk360 across various countries. It was not a problem at all, you can wake me up in the middle of night and I can start presenting BizTalk360. But for the first time I’m going to talk about my entrepreneurial journey in last 3 years building, marketing and getting customers for BizTalk360. What better stage can you ask for than MVP Global Summit
, here in Bellevue, Washington.
MVP summits are always special place for, in the past I mentioned in few blog posts, the idea of BizTalk360 was originated from Feb 2010 MVP
summit over a casual talk over coffee with fellow MVP’s from BizTalk world. Then I went ahead, been persistent and released a complete product that’s history.
Being an MVP is all about community engagement and giving back what you have learned. Over the past 8 years or so I’ve done it on technical side mainly on BizTalk Server. Now I thought it will good to to give back what I’ve learned as an entrepreneur. The main thing I wanted to highlight in today’s talk is mainly around “How being an MVP gave me a competitive edge
The time is going to be limited, I thought about various topics I can discuss, but finally completed my slides with 4 main topics.
- How did I built BizTal360?
- How did I quit my full time Job?
- How did I market the product?
- How did my MVP status helped me?
I hope by end of the talk attendees should walk away with 1 or 2 tips, that will help them to persuade some ideas into products.
Microsoft Integration: MVP Lightning Talks
Monday, February 18, 15:45 – 17:45
, Building/Room: Hyatt/Evergreen Ballroom I
There will be 8 different 15 minutes sessions. My talk is scheduled between 17:15 to 17:30
Will see you all there