CLOUD PARTNERS – PlanetOne Communications, a Cloud Partners Executive Sponsor, will bring together its agents and suppliers for a landmark event, Nov. 4-5, that the master agency says will be the biggest and best in its 22-year history.
Once again, PlanetOne will hold its final Telecom Tour event at the Talking Stick Resort & Casino and its Troon Golf Club in Scottsdale, Ariz. Agents can win their way to the event.
On tap is a slate of fun, education, inspiration and networking with executives from the industry’s top providers. The opening reception will include an outing to TopGolf, which features neon lights, thumping music and a bar scene.
But the centerpiece of the event will be the keynote speech from Anthony Robles, the National Wrestling Hall of Fame Inductee and winner of the “Jimmy V” ESPY Award for Perseverance. Robles won the 2010-11 NCAA individual wrestling championship in the 125-pound weight class, even though he was born with just one leg.
“I could not be more excited to highlight the strength of our channel and the development of our business over the course of this past year,” said Ted Schuman, founder and CEO of PlanetOne. “We have had an incredible year, and that’s thanks to our seasoned staff and our amazing sales partners, who are an extraordinary and talented group of people that I’m honored to work with.”
So far this year, PlanetOne has:
PlanetOne also was one of the first masters to team with T-Mobile USA, and it’s the creator of the Telecom Partner Toolbox, which contains sales materials and technology information for partners to use with their customers. In fact, PlanetOne is holding demos of the Telecom Partner Toolbox on Tuesday, from 4-5 p.m., in Level Two – Room 256.
“We have invested heavily in our partners, our staff and expanded our footprint, arming our partners with the right solutions, education and support tools,” said Lauren Shapiro, president of PlanetOne. “We’re looking forward to continuing that momentum for the foreseeable future, as the horizon for the communications business continues to do nothing but grow larger and more full of promise.”