Magento Partnership Program Webinar - March 6th 9:00 AM PST

Magento Webinar

An Overview of Magento Partnership Program

We are happy to announce an upcoming Webinar focused on the Magento Partnership program. If you are a systems integrator, development firm, design / creative agency, advertising agency, hosting provider, and/or IT firm, please join us. The webinar will take place on Thursday, March 6th, 2008 at 9:00 AM PST (17:00 GMT).

Topics will include:

  • Introductions to Varien's management and Business Development teams
  • An overview of the Magento Partner Plan
  • Magento's future plans and go to market strategy
  • Questions and answers

Date: March 6th, 2008 9:00 AM PST (17:00 GMT)

Register for the Webinar

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User Comments

  1. Steve Yan

    1Steve Yan |posted February 26 2008

    The visible registration link is invalid.  It is pointing to a different URL than the registration button (correct link).

  2. RoyRubin

    2RoyRubin from Los Angeles, CA|posted February 26 2008

    Fixed. Thanks for pointing this out.

  3. woodsikov

    3woodsikov from London, UK|posted February 27 2008

    Does this one require you to dial in by phone for the sound? If so, I won’t bother registering.

  4. Steve Yan

    4Steve Yan |posted February 27 2008

    Sorry for not being more specific.  There is no problem with the phone number.  I was referring to the link on this page.  It is the one to the right of the “Registration” label.  FYI, the problem has since been correct so you can disregard my earlier post.

  5. RoyRubin

    5RoyRubin from Los Angeles, CA|posted February 27 2008

    @woodsikov - As with all of our webinars, a phone call is required for the audio.

    @Steve Yan - Should be fine now smile

  6. woodsikov

    6woodsikov from London, UK|posted February 27 2008

    Then you should list it in the system requirements - there’s no mention of having to dial in on the registration page. It’s a shame because I really would like to attend your webinars but I have no intention of dialling in to anywhere (I’m in the UK).

  7. Travis

    7Travis |posted February 27 2008

    For those that are unable to call in to the webinar, maybe Varien could set up a computer mic next to your regular phone while you’re doing the call and live broadcast the audio via

  8. Tweakmag

    8Tweakmag from London, UK|posted February 28 2008

    Or use skype - it is not that expensive. And I would think that if you can afford a few pounds to find out about the partner program - then you probably won’t be able to afford the cost of registering as a partner as well smile

  9. CKD

    9CKD from Saitama, Japan|posted February 29 2008

    I do think it is a valid point to offer VOIP.  As we are in this industry.  I do know that Zend offers VOIP and phone for their webinars.  This will not hold me back from calling, as I live in Japan, but it is a resource that I feel should be offered and used as it is for the most part free.  I am sure everyone can afford the cost of a phone call, but I get the feeling that he is upset by the inconvenience of the fact.

    In the future, I would ask for VOIP, as a gesture to all the international users.



  10. Steve Yan

    10Steve Yan |posted February 29 2008

    For those not able to attended the Webinar or want to revisit, it would be beneficial to be able to playback a recorded version of the meeting. Will that be an option?

    Note, offers a Flash-based teleconference solution that is quite attractive.  If you have not hear about this startup, you might want to check them out.  They offer a compelling solution (Open Source, no software to install on the client, full audio, low cost, etc).

  11. RoyRubin

    11RoyRubin from Los Angeles, CA|posted February 29 2008

    Thanks for all the comments. We are using a 3rd party system and unfortunately VOIP is not an option with them. We’ll consider all the options that have been mentioned for future webinars.

  12. foojativ

    12foojativ |posted March 3 2008

    Can you explain the benefits of reselling magento over a commercial product? Magento is free, so what exactly will I sell to my customers and where is my margin in comparison to selling X-Cart for example?

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