The Zenlayer team is looking forward to attending the Spring 2022 Channel Partners Conference & Expo April 11-14 at the Venetian Resort & Expo in Las Vegas. The conference is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year with the theme, “The Best is Yet to Come.” And that is certainly a theme the Zenlayer team can identify with.
“At Zenlayer, we embrace a growth mindset and go beyond our comfort zone to continuously challenge ourselves and seek excellence,” said Joe Zhu, Zenlayer’s Founder and CEO. “Our team believes that regardless of how good we are, we can always be better. We are changing the course of communities and individuals.”
Co-located with the MSP Summit, Channel Partners Conference & Expo 2022 will bring together the full spectrum of technology channels under one roof, including agents, MSPs, VARs, consultants, integrators, distributors, and suppliers, to build relationships and accelerate business growth. The event has grown into the largest channel event in the technology services community, attracting exclusive attendees who want to connect with new and current suppliers, learn about industry trends, discover innovative solutions, and network with peers.
The Zenlayer team is excited to build new partnerships, share their innovative solutions and explore the latest industry trends at the Channel Partners Conference & Expo. The conference provides the opportunity to harness industry insight to further enable channel partners with innovative global cloud, connectivity, and content acceleration solutions in new emerging markets worldwide. It is the Zenlayer team’s mission to facilitate data access for every person and organization in every geography across the globe.
Are you a provider that services the fin-tech, SaaS, media and entertainment, manufacturing or healthcare verticals? Or offer edge-related data center and network services in emerging markets? If so, we’d love to meet with you. Book a meeting with the Zenlayer team at the 2022 #CPExpo and discover why, when you partner with Zenlayer, the best is yet to come.