So, you’re going to Dreamforce 2013… You should be excited right now. Really excited. Just don’t forget that you’ll be attending the conference in one of the most perfect places in the U.S. Literally. Surveys, polls and research have given San Francisco titles like “Best American City” and status as one of the ten happiest...Read More
First, we made a list. It looked like this: What we’d like out of Dreamforce attendees: Stop by our booth Hang out with us for a bit after stopping by Spread the word that others should visit us, too Then we asked the obvious: How should we motivate these activities? And we stopped right there,...Read More
July’s Sales 2.0 event in Boston provided a positive experience. For one, we left with plenty of new ideas. (We’re still trying to wrap our heads around those shocking LinkedIn stats.) And we also met a lot of great people. (I’ll be forever indebted to the great folks from Collective[i] for introducing a Midwestern girl to the East...Read More
Hey Salesforce users — if you’re near San Diego, or happen to be next week, we’ve got something good to add to your Tuesday morning. So plan on getting to Qualcomm (Cafe S) at 7:30 a.m. and staying for two and a half hours. You’ll fill that time with collaboration, networking and learning, via a San Diego Salesforce...Read More
Next week’s OpenCo Detroit Festival exists to give anyone interested in the companies presenting — otherwise known as “HostCo’s” — an inside look. So that’s just what we’re going to give you. Join us Thursday to get unfiltered access to LevelEleven, both as a tech startup and team of Detroit advocates. First, you’ll hear from LevelEleven CTO...Read More
Does sales gamification really work? If you’re attending the 2013 Enterprise Gamification Forum in New York City, you’ll have the chance to find out. On September 25 at 9:15 a.m., LevelEleven CEO Bob Marsh will speak on that exact topic. Read on to get pumped for it. (We know we are.) Session: Is Gamification for Sales...Read More
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