Where will Microsoft Dynamics Convergence be in 2014?

We Predict The Next City To Host Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2014

I know what you’re thinking, “C’mon, let’s get through Convergence 2013 before we start speculating about 2014.” Trust me, I don’t like spreading rumors but I just can’t help myself. I stumbled upon information about the location for next year’s Microsoft Dynamics Convergence. I wasn’t searching for it, I had erroneously typed Microsoft Dynamics ‘2014′ instead of ‘2013’ and there appeared a site that revealed the 2014 host city.

Honestly, I would be extremely happy if Convergence traveled to a different city each year. There is something refreshing and exciting about going somewhere new. Whether it’s in San Diego, Orlando, Atlanta, New Orleans, or Houston, each location delivers a distinct difference in its food, culture, and hospitality. Personally, I’d encourage future shows to be held in Miami, Charleston, Memphis, Las Vegas, Phoenix, or San Diego.

With that said, it looks like we’re going back to a previous location. According to a published presentation from the Georgia World Congress Center (GWCC), slide 7 reveals that Microsoft Convergence 2014 will be in Atlanta, GA, in March 2014. Of course, this hasn’t been confirmed by Microsoft, nor has it been officially posted on the GWCC calendar. At this point, it’s only speculation.

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I would like to create some social chatter about what city YOU think will host Convergence 2014? I believe that Kirill Tatarinov will make the official announcement at the end of his Opening Keynote on Tuesday, March 19th. Stay Tuned!

I’m still not giving up hope on you, Miami!

*UPDATED 3-21-13*

Attend Convergence 2014 It’s now official, Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2014 will be in Atlanta, GA, on March 4th-7th, 2014.
Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2014 location
Will Microsoft Dynamics Convergence 2014 be in Atlanta, Georgia?


Possible Microsoft Convergence 2014 Locations

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