Community Events at #DF17
Dreamforce tends to fly by; leaving you with a head full of knowledge and a phone full of selfies. You listen, you learn, you’re inspired. This year we want to foster the connection that you have with your Salesforce.org family by offering more time and space to engage with the worldwide Power of Us community. Check out all of the awesome community happenings at #DF17!
Swing by Camp Ohana in the Salesforce.org Lodge to hear all about, the Power of Us Hub, User Groups, Training and Enablement options, Circles of Success, and our Salesforce.org dedicated Tech Support directly from the friendly faces of the Customer Success group.
There will also be specialists on hand to discuss Salesforce Support Services, with expertise in things like Premier Success, Accelerators, Customer Success Architects offerings, and Customer Success Management options.
Additionally, you will find a self-service kiosk highlighting the Solution Exchange in the Power of Us Hub! The Solution Exchange is a community powered tool designed to connect community members to users and institutions who are trying to solve similar challenges using Salesforce.
If the Lodge is open, Camp is in session!
Salesforce.org Contributor’s Corner
Are you curious about how open source works at Salesforce.org? Hint: It’s not just for code techies. Have you contributed at a Sprint or want to know what contributing is all about? Come meet up with Salesforce.org community staff, developers and community members and give your input on some amazing community projects.
Contributor’s Corner will take place on Wednesday morning from 8:00am – 11:00am in the Salesforce.org Lodge in the Westin St. Francis. Ask a Ranger to point you to Basecamp!
Ask an Expert
Bring your toughest Salesforce questions (and your laptop!) to Ask an Expert from 11:00am – 1:00pm on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday! Salesforce.org Tech Support, Customer Success Architects, and MVP’s will be waiting for you in the Salesforce.org Lodge, experts in Nonprofit Success Pack, Higher Ed Data Architecture, and the platform itself. These on-on-ones are a not-to-be-missed opportunity to get face time with valuable resources in the nonprofit and education technology industry.
As an Expert in the Salesforce.org Lodge in the Westin St. Francis. Ask a Ranger to point you to Basecamp!
Formerly ‘Birds of a Feather,’ Mindshare Meetups are an opportunity for like-minded Nonprofit and Education professionals to gather and discuss how Salesforce can serve as a platform for solving organizational and universal world issues. Tuesday Meetups will focus on sustainable development goals (SDGs), a new, universal set of goals, targets, and indicators that United Nations member states are expected to use to frame their agendas and political policies over the next 15 years. Wednesday Meetups will focus on popular solution lines for Nonprofit and Education customers.
Meetups will be held in the Westin St. Francis in the Georgian Room and can the schedule will be listed in Agenda Builder under ‘Mindshare Meetups.’
Salesforce.org Success Sweet Spot
Hosted by Salesforce.org’s Customer Success Group and Fair Trade Coffee USA!
Take a breather and connect with colleagues, friends, and the Salesforce.org community over Kara’s Cupcakes and Equator Coffees and Teas outside of the Salesforce.org Lodge at the Westin St. Francis on Tuesday and Wednesday from 1:30pm – 3:00pm.
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