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Biggest Discount Ever: Oracle OpenWorld 2013

Hard to believe but it is already that time of year – time to register for Oracle OpenWorld in San Francisco (September 22-26).

If you plan to go, you need to act this week to get the biggest early bird rates available.

Until July 19th you will get $500 off the full conference price.

**** BREAKING NEWS:

Oracle has extended to early bird discount until August 2nd! *****

If you are eligible for the government rate you can save a whopping $1000!

Wow.

To sign up now, just go here.

Justification?

What? You say your boss is not sold on the value of attending OOW2013.

Need some talking points? Well Oracle has prepared a template email for you to edit that should help you sell it.

Here are some of the points:

99.5% of Attendees Said Oracle OpenWorld Delivers On Their Objectives

Critical objectives like:

  • Discovering new product and technology solutions
  • Improving technical proficiency and knowledge
  • Learning tips and tricks for currently installed products
  • Understanding where the industry is headed

You probably already know that your investment of time and money in Oracle OpenWorld will pay for itself and then some. Need help convincing your manager? Download the justification e-mail, tailor it to fit your situation, then send it on for approval.

Get the email template here: Justification E-Mail | Oracle OpenWorld 2013.

As usual I will be there, so drop me a line if you plan to attend so we can try to meet up.

C’ya soon!

Kent

P.S. Of course I plan to do my morning Chi Gung each day while I am in San Francisco. Please plan to join me. Stay tuned for details.

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