Six Reasons to Attend Navigate 2016


Get savvy.

Lean in to sales and marketing with the Grow Your Business Hub and the Sales & Marketing session track to take your MSP business to the next level.


Go further.

Learn advanced strategies for leveraging the Continuum Platform, ask the questions you need answered and talk to Continuum experts about best practices and more.


Attend Trainings.

Always in high demand, at Navigate you can attend trainings led by members of GAP, HTG and Continuum University!


See the city.

Discover Boston in the fall, see the historic sights and take in the city’s trendiest neighborhoods. If you haven’t seen it lately, you may be surprised how much Boston is innovating!


Meet fellow MSPs.

Continuum partners are spread far and wide, with a host of expertise and knowledge. Network with fellow Continuum Partners to discuss successful tips and tactics.


Think forward.

Every year, Navigate attracts speakers that are brilliant, successful, energetic and entertaining. See them speak and start thinking about what’s next for your business.


The Seaport World Trade Center

  200 Seaport Boulevard, Boston, MA 02110


Located on the waterfront in the bustling Seaport District, the Seaport World Trade Center is a premier venue space, featuring breathtaking views of the Boston Harbor and the city skyline.
Both the Seaport World Trade Center and the Seaport Hotel are conveniently located in relation to the Financial District and Logan International Airport, as well as major Boston attractions including the North End and Back Bay neighborhoods. 


Seaport Boston Hotel

Located on the waterfront in the Seaport District, you'll be across the street from the conference. Book quickly, as spots are limited!

   1 Seaport Ln., Boston, MA 02210


Renaissance Hotel Navigate 2016 Accommodations

Renaissance Boston Waterfront

This waterfront hotel is conveniently located near downtown, Logan International Airport and the convention center.

   606 Congress St., Boston, MA 02210


Marriott Long Wharf Navigate 2016 Accommodations

Marriott Long Wharf

Indulge in breathtaking waterfront views at this sophisticated hotel located along the historic Long Wharf pier.

   296 State St., Boston, MA 02109


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LayeredLogan International AirportNavigate 2016Seaport World Trade CenterSouth StationNorth Station
driveNewWest via I-90Navigate 2016Seaport World Trade CenterSouth via I-93North via I-93 909093939393Continue onto Northern Ave. The destination will be on your right.Take exit 25 toward Mass-port Haul Rd. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Haul Road/South BostonSlight left onto Massport Haul Rd. (signs for 6)At the traffic circle, take the 3rd exit onto Northern Ave. The destination will be on your right.Take Exit 20 toward Logan AirportSlight right onto Congress St. (signs for D). Then turn left onto D St.Take the first tunnel exit to "South Boston.”Turn left onto Northern Ave. and the destination will be on your right.Take Exit 23 toward Purchase St.Purchase St. turns left and becomes Oliver St./Seaport Blvd.
Layered Seaport Boston HotelNavigate 2016Seaport World Trade CenterRenaissance Boston WaterfrontBoston Marriot Long Wharf Head northwest on Northern Ave./Seaport Blvd.Turn right toward Northern Ave./Seaport Blvd.Turn left onto Northern Ave./ Seaport Blvd. (Destination will be on the right)Head west on Congress St. toward Port Ln.Turn right onto D St.Slight right to stay on Congress St.Turn left onto Northern Ave./Seaport Blvd.Head west on State St. toward Atlantic Ave.Turn left onto Atlantic Ave.Turn left onto Oliver St./ Seaport Blvd. (Continue to follow Seaport Blvd.)Slight left to stay on Sea-port Blvd. (destination will be on the right)

5 Things to Do in Boston

  • Explore the Seaport - Things to do

    Explore the Seaport

    Over the past decade, Boston's Seaport neighborhood has transformed into one of the trendiest and most-desirable areas of the city. Sip and dine in one of the numerous luxury lounges or top restaurants and marvel at the newly constructed buildings and beautiful, 21st-century architecture

  • Dine in the Back Bay - Things to Do

    Dine in the Back Bay

    For over a century, the Back Bay has been one of the most fashionable and interesting parts of Boston, where award-winning artists, musicians and chefs mingle with students, professionals, and residential families to create a neighborhood that's distinctly its own. The Back Bay is home to some of the finest restaurants in the city, where you can find virtually any flavor you're in the mood for.

  • Visit Fenway Park - Things to do

    Visit Fenway Park

    As the oldest ball park in the country, Fenway Park is bursting with history in every step. A walk through Fenway reflects as much history about baseball as it does about Boston, and is truly a sight to behold. Plus, the Red Sox will likely be in first place and on the road to the World Series (we hope), so you may have a chance to catch an exciting game!

  • Go on a Whale Watch - Things to do

    Go on a Whale Watch

    The New England Aquarium, located directly on Boston Harbor, is not only one of the region's foremost tourist attractions but also provides daily whale watching tours. You'll cruise to Georges Bank, Stellwagen Bank or one of the other many areas whales are known to congregate off the Massachusetts' coast for an experience you have to see to believe!

  • Visit the North End - Things to do

    Visit the North End

    Historic and lively, the North End remains a perennial favorite for generations of Bostonians. Here, you'll find world-class Italian cuisine as well as countless points of interest showcasing the city’s Italian heritage. Also, the North End houses some of the most historic buildings in town, including Paul Revere’s house and the Old North Church.

Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you are the business owner, in technical services, operations, marketing or sales, we have designed the Navigate 2016 program agenda to cover every aspect of your organization.

The registration fee for Navigate 2016 is $799. Click here to register!

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