Geopointe Sponsors Salesforce World Tour London
The Salesforce World Tour is coming to London, UK Thursday, May 18th, 2017 and will take place at ExCel London, the city’s prime international convention center. This Salesforce event has been very anticipated by the international community with tickets having sold out several weeks in advance. Those who weren’t able to get tickets or fly out to attend are welcome to register to watch the event live. It’s sure to be a great one!
The event keynote, Become a Trailblazer, will be presented by newly appointed Chief Marketing Officer, Simon Mulcahy, along with a few guest speakers.
Simon Mulcahy was recently appointed Chief Marketing Officer for Salesforce upon the departure of Marketing Executive, Lynn Vojvodich. Simon Mulcahy has been with Salesforce since 2011 and has been in several executive leadership roles, including that of Senior Vice President of Innovation & Solution Engineering and Senior Vice President and General Manager of Financial Services.
Breakout sessions for Salesforce World Tour London will focus on a wide variety of topics, including Salesforce for B2B Marketing, Salesforce for IT, and Salesforce AI for Financial Services. A complete list of scheduled breakout sessions is available at the World Tour London page.
Salesforce World Tour London boasts a plethora of sponsors, including notable names like Accenture Technologies, Deloitte Digital, and Bluewolf by IBM. Geopointe will be serving as a Gold Sponsor for the event, making our debut as an international sponsor. If you’ll be attending, make sure to stop by booth# 157 in the Customer Success Expo to meet the Geopointe team and discuss mapping, territory management, route optimization, and geo-analytics features for your Salesforce instance.
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