The Salesforce.com Foundation has empowered the nonprofit community for more than a decade to rock the world for social good. With Dreamforce 2014 and the big announcements they’ve made lately, we couldn’t think of a better time to offer an expression of thanks.
Join us in sharing your appreciation for the Foundation’s investment in aiding the growth of nonprofits of all sizes using Salesforce.com. We’ll present this open letter, with your name on it, to the Foundation at Dreamforce 2014!
As fast as it arrived, amazingly Dreamforce 2013 is now in the record books. San Francisco was taken over by more than 120,000 attendees at the Salesforce.com event, including more than 6,000 non-profit organizations, making Dreamforce one of the largest technology conferences for our sector in the world.
Before the last day of Dreamforce comes to a close, I thought I’d share some of my experience from the event to help those newbies in 2014 prepare for the event. Also, I’m interested in hearing your feedback too, so please contribute your thoughts in the comments.
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Stop by our booth at the Salesforce.com Foundation Zone in Moscone West, 3rd floor to get the details – or signup to receive the news at www.soapboxmailer.com, if you’re not able to attend Dreamforce.
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