Three Key Things about Dreamforce
Next week, I’m fortunate to be attending my first Salesforce Dreamforce in San Francisco. From everything I have read and heard, it’s going to be a crazy, but wonderful week. And for me, there are three key takeaways about Dreamforce.
You Can Learn a Ton
With over 3,200 sessions, there is a huge opportunity to learn from a variety of experts, be inspired, and leave with a wealth of new information. I’m excited to be representing Return Path at one of these sessions. I’ll be presenting “Staying out of Email Jail” with Alex Soto from Salesforce on Monday, November 6th at 10:30. The session will be a 20-minute time slot jam packed with tips on making sure your emails get delivered to the inbox (especially important as we approach the busy holiday season).
If you’re attending Dreamforce, please join us on Monday to kick off the conference with tips to help ensure your email program is delivering results for you. Whatever trail you choose to blaze, be sure to take advantage of this great learning opportunity.
Everyone Loves a Party
Another thing that is clear about Dreamforce is that the 150,000 attendees love a good party! From the Dreamfest concert to many vendor-sponsored parties, there is truly something for everyone. Return Path is hosting a happy hour on Wednesday, Nov 8th at Novela with several of our partners and would love for you to join us! After a long day of sessions, sharing a drink and some good conversation with fellow attendees is just the way to wrap up the day.
It Can Be Overwhelming
With all these sessions and parties across San Francisco, I’ve been informed that Dreamforce can be a bit overwhelming. But, with some planning, preparation, and an open mind, Dreamforce has the potential to be truly inspiring and fun. We hope that you can join Return Path for some of that inspiration and fun.
About Julia Peavy
Julia Peavy is currently the Director of Partner Services at Return Path. In this role, Julia is responsible for supporting Return Path’s partners and helping improve the client experience through consistent, quality, and scalable services. When Julia's not helping partners and their clients, you can find her on the slopes, trying to lower her handicap, looking for bargains, or watching one of her boys' many sporting events.