So far 2013 has been one serious year. We’ve launched BlackBerry Enterprise Service 10, renamed our company from RIM to BlackBerry, launched the BlackBerry 10 platform, held BlackBerry Jam Europe 2013, and kicked off the BlackBerry Experience Forum events. Well, guess what? We’re not done yet!
There’s a fire and a passion here at BlackBerry that’s palpable. We’re on our feet and firing on all cylinders as we provide demonstrations of our powerful new mobile computing platform, present enterprise mobility management for the future of business, and begin to launch the BlackBerry Z10 smartphone in market after market around the world.
What has me excited at this point is that we’re well into planning for this year’s BlackBerry Live conference, and there’s no question that it’s going to be one that you won’t want to miss. Here’s just a taste of what we have in store:
- Get hands on with BlackBerry 10
- Learn about the future of BlackBerry and mobile computing
- Enter the BlackBerry Achievement Awards and win BlackBerry Z10 smartphones
- Meet the leaders, product managers, and experts behind BlackBerry
- Have tough technical and business questions? We have answers.
- BlackBerry Jam Americas conference is now part of BlackBerry Live!
- More…lots more!
BlackBerry Live is our largest conference of the year where BlackBerry community members like you – users, partners, business leaders, IT professionals, enterprise developers, and more – come together to experience the latest BlackBerry innovations. It will be a great opportunity to network with industry experts, to discuss mobile strategy, and, of course, to get some hands-on time with the new BlackBerry 10 devices.
We’ll be providing updates on the Inside BlackBerry for Business Blog as we approach BlackBerry Live in May. Sneak peeks of sessions, speaker spotlights, how to convince your boss to send you, and a few more tidbits are on the way to keep the energy high as we approach one of our top events of the year.
What are you most looking forward to at BlackBerry Live 2013? Share in the comments below.