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Are you attending the Salesforce World Tour?

Salesforce World TourOn May 19th anybody who is anyone in the local Salesforce community will be attending the upcoming Salesforce World Tour event. With last years event being a huge success, it will certainly be a challenge to beat it. But we have no doubt that this year Salesforce.com, inc. will again rise to the challenge, as it does year on year. 

What can we expect from Salesforce World Tour 2016? 

For starters, there will be top keynotes from people, such as President & CEO of Aston Martin Lagonda, Dr Andy Palme. Plus, there will be the much anticipated and numerous opportunities to learn and get hands-on with Salesforce with the following:

  • Breakout sessions, covering various topics: growing customer revenue, the Salesforce and Microsoft Partnership, growing your small business with Salesforce, and much more.
  • Live demonstrations of Salesforce capabilities
  • Developer Zone for the true coders amongst us

There is also a new addition to this years’ event, the Service Success Zone. This will provide an opportunity to learn about the different training programs and certifications you can take, and will provide excellent guidance on how you, a Salesforce professional, can progress within your career.

If you have not registered for your place, don’t fret as it is not too late. Register for the Salesforce World Tour here.

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