It’s just over a week until the Salesforce World Tour event hits London at the ExCeL on Thursday 21st
May. As always there’s a strong agenda in place with top speakers and power breakout sessions for every role and industry. If you work in or around London, ensure you register for free today – and why not consider getting your colleagues involved too and heading down together?
With over 30 breakout sessions to choose from, you will learn about the hottest trends and latest technologies to improve your business, whether you’re a two-man band or a major corporation.
Here are my top 3 picks for the upcoming event
Keith Block – Vice Chairman and President at Salesforce
Keith will be the keynote speaker. Keith has led winning consulting, sales and engineering teams for over 30 years. Will Keith reveal who is going to acquire Salesforce
? Possibly not, but I’m certain that whatever he does reveal in his keynote will be headline worthy. Marc Benioff, Chairman and CEO at Salesforce speaks highly of Keith; “His exceptional track record leading sales, consulting and engineering teams makes him a powerful addition to our world-class distribution and leadership team.”
Billie will be speaking on the day. Billie currently leads major transformation programmes building on cloud based solutions from Salesforce and Google. With Billie’s strong background in innovation and strategy, I predict Billie’s talk to be highly informative and potentially, one of the best of the day. *Heads up: I have previously seen Billie talk on a Women in Leadership panel and she is one of the most captivating and knowledgeable speakers out there. You heard it from me first!
Bethany will share her experiences in driving past traditional constraints, and an esteemed list of leaders will address the key concerns of women driving forward the digital economy today. Are there limits to what women can achieve in today’s digital economy? Bethany will tackle past constraints by sharing her experiences whilst highlighting the opportunities at present and the near future for women in tech. I can’t think of anyone better to deliver this talk – possibly one of the most profound of the day.
Most of the Ebsta team will be attending Salesforce World Tour London and if you’re heading down there, don’t be shy – make yourself known! Tweet us @ebstahq
and let us know which sessions you’ll be attending and whether you fancy a catch up over a coffee or a cocktail on the day. If you can’t make the big day, keep your eyes peeled on our blog, as we’ll be uploading all of the good stuff from the event.