MDF Partner Panel: Successful Events Designed to Grow Your Business

May 30, 2019

MDF Partner Panel: Successful Events Designed to Grow Your Business

BY Annie Stroud

MSP Best Practices Partner Program

Looking for new ways to add to new opportunities to your sales funnel? We have ideas.

The numbers do not lie. Datto’s Marketing Development Fund (MDF) Progam is one of the most successful ways to add revenue, upsell existing clients and gain new ones, all while creating more brand recognition for your business. In 2018, Datto helped our Partners add $5,163,708 to their bottom line, with an overall 524 percent return on investment. Those are numbers that can not be ignored. So how did we do it? Join me as we discuss actual events that have helped Datto Partners from across the globe and find out, firsthand, how successful campaigns are executed.

This Partner panel, consisting of Nick Clift (DWM Solutions - Melbourne, AUS), David Thomas (Bluegrass Group - Exeter, UK), Eric Petersen (NetAssist a Division of Camera Corner Connecting Point - Green Bay, WI) and Ryan Richardet (SysGen - Calgary, CAN) will give you firsthand insight into what it takes to develop, execute, and close new business, from the various MDF activities that have successfully launched. From hosting a lunch & learn to develop their own trade shows and cybersecurity summits, find out from your peers, how to bolster your bottom line.

Globally, Datto participates and contributes to over 350 marketing and event-related activities. We can confidently say that Datto’s MDF Program is the single best MDF Program in the entire channel...and it’s only getting better. This year, the MDF requests are up a staggering 168 percent. The word is out. Utilising Datto’s MDF Program results in sales. This panel will be a deep dive into the various ways Datto Partners are utilising the program.

How will you capture your share of the market and set yourself apart from your competition? Join us for this can’t-miss panel discussion on Tuesday at DattoCon San Diego, during the Sales & Marketing Track. We’ll see you there!

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