If there’s one thing the Salesforce ecosystem isn’t short of, it’s the feeling that you’re part of a community. Indeed, the software provider is now so much more than a business; it is a family. Conceptualised by the Ohana, Salesforce has built a deep-seated support system that extends to employees, partners, customers, and members of the community.
One thing that has become a pinnacle of this support system are the numerous events taking place throughout the year, and across the globe. From the prolific Salesforce World Tour and Dreamforce, down to independent MeetUps, the Salesforce community is constantly coming together to share ideas, updates and advice.
This isn’t particularly surprising, considering the fact that technology – especially Salesforce – is constantly evolving and updating. As a result, members of the Salesforce community are meeting ever-more regularly in order to update their skills and knowledge.
One thing that I have been particularly focused on is how we can increase this community feeling within Germany, more spcificallt the North Rhine Westphalia; a region that has notorious difficulty sourcing Salesforce skilled talent to support the ever-increasing number of organisations looking to implement Salesforce and transform. We want to embrace the concept of the Salesforce Ohana and ensure that Salesforce professionals in Germany have somewhere to meet and engage with one another, and to help develop their own skills and knowledge of the ecosystem.
With that in mind, I’m thrilled to announce that on Thursday the 24th of January Third Republic will be partnering with Salesforce and Adesso AG to host the Cologne/Dusseldorf Salesforce Trailblazer community group event.
With an evening full of discussions about new releases, and a number of talks and speeches about Field Service Lightning and IoT, this is an amazing opportunity to gain some insights and best practices on some of Salesforce’s most exciting technology.
It will be a great chance to meet with fellow Salesforce professionals, to network within the ecosystem, and to bring a bit of the Salesforce Ohana to Cologne. If you’re interested in attending, please sign up using the link below: