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    Dreamforce 2015 – Top 25 to meet

    • The 25 people including our very own Jason Lawrence you should meet at Dreamforce 2015

      Dreamforce is the highlight of the 2015 calendar, and between 15-18th September 140,000 of us will be arriving in San Francisco for the biggest Cloud Computing event ever!

      Jam packed with 1500 sessions, hands on training, Admin & Dev zones, and of course… meeting new people. As well as the Gala event with the Foo Fighters, there are numerous parties, socials, breakfast events, special lunches. So how do you find the person that will make the trip worthwhile? How do you find the leader, the guru, the partner, the advisor, the expert that you need to talk to?

      I have compiled a list of the attendees from UK & Ireland that we should all meet at Dreamforce. Hopefully this helps you on your way, but tell me who you think we should all meet by using the Twitter Hashtag #Salesforce25

      The list features people that are prominent in the Salesforce.com eco-system such as Jeremy Waite (Author, and Head of Digital Strategy EMEA at Salesforce), Catherine Simmons (Senior Direct of events…specifically Dreamforce), and new MVPs Jenny Bamber and Ben McCarthy.

      Many thanks to NewVoiceMedia and dotmailer for helping me with this infographic!

      Here are the full list of people, and their Twitter accounts so you can follow what they are saying about the event:

      Author of this blog is Phil Walton and you can find out more about this author by connecting with him on twitter.

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