Cisco to host conference and incentive event in February

Cisco is planning a three-day event in February 2014 for 30 of its top partners' senior-level executives.

Monaco Harbour, Monte-Carlo
Monaco Harbour, Monte-Carlo

The event will include one day of team building followed by a two-day conference, and the brand is currently considering a number of destinations, including Rome, Istanbul, Dakar, Mombasa, Jordan Dead Sea and Monaco. 

Brooke Lutz, Cisco's programme manager, partner led commercial sales for Europe, Middle East, Africa and Russia, said a decision on location will be taken by the end of the month. 

"The event is aimed at getting feedback and recommendations from our top partners on how we can improve our commercial go-to-market strategy," she said. 

Cisco hosted a four-day incentive in Mauritius last month for its partners, organised by agency Maritz. Delegates stayed at the Trou Aux Biches Resort & Spa in Trou Aux Biches, located on the north west coast of the island.

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