Monday, May 21, 2018

If I Were to Start an MSP Again . . . Richard Tubb Hosts a 3-Part Webinar Series

My good friend, fellow coach, and podcasting co-conspirator Richard Tubb has announced a cool three-part webinar series entitled If I were to start an MSP again: The 3 Steps Successful MSPs implement in Operations.

This webinar series is in association with Kaseya and kicks off tomorrow!

May 22nd
1500 BST

Which is like 10 AM Eastern
or maybe 7 AM Pacific

Note: Once you register, you should get a calendar note with the correct local time for you.

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From Richard's Announcement:

It’s a series of three webinars that I’m *really* excited about and I hope you can join me for!

An intriguing question I’ve been asked by a lot of IT Solution Provider and Managed Service Provider (MSP) owners in the past few months is “If you were to start an MSP again, what would you do about…” operations/sales/marketing/working with partners/everything else!

I love answering the question, and so when, Kaseya, a market leader in IT management software, asked me if I’d be interested in joining them for a series of practical, MSP-focused webinars, Kaseya agreed that it would be a great topic to cover!

The 3 Steps Successful MSPs implement in Operations
The first webinar in our series will focus on making your MSP service desk run more efficiently and smoothly, or as I like to say, “How to run your Service Desk while retaining your sanity!”

All three of the webinars will be very interactive presentations containing practical, real-world, applicable tips on how you can run a great MSP business in today’s business environment.

I’m delighted to be joined by Jim Lippie, General Manager of Cloud Computing at Kaseya. Jim has helped hundreds of MSPs worldwide increase their sales and profitability. He’s the perfect host for this webinar!

If you were to start an MSP again, what would you do about Operations?

Register for the Webinar here:

This series of webinars are free to attend, and even if you can’t make the live events, you should register to be sent details of the on-demand recording.

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Note: You can always follow Richard at - and you should!


1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the shout out, Karl! I really appreciate it. I hope your community finds the webinars useful!


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