Salesforce Midwest Dreamin’ 2014 Preview

Midwest Salesforce users will come together in Chicago on July 10, 2014 for a user-driven, one-day event at Navy Pier. The event is open to all Midwest Salesforce administrators, developers, end users, executive teams, prospective customers and Salesforce partners.

The registration fee is $100, which includes lunch, snacks and refreshments. A 50 percent early bird special is available through April 30.

The event will feature three keynote presentations, breakout sessions and a partner expo. Scheduled keynote speakers include Peter Coffee, VP for Strategic Research at; Todd Enders, senior director of product marketing at; and Shawna Wolverton, senior director of product management for the platform.Salesforce_Midwest_Dreamin_Chicago_Event

“These regional Salesforce events are always a great opportunity to network and get great tips from other users in a smaller and more intimate setting,” said Nuvem Co-Founder Matt Dillon. “A lot of companies choose to send several users to an event like this because they get a really good ROI from it.”

The opening keynote will take place at 9 a.m. and closing keynotes by Enders and Wolverton at 4 p.m.

Many area users choose to fly in and out on the same day but accommodations are available at theWit or Intercontinental hotels nearby. For those who will drive to the event, parking is available at Navy Pier parking garages for $21.

This Midwest Salesforce user group is organized specifically as a community-led event. Speaking opportunities are available for customers who have success stories that will inspire and educate other users.

Nuvem Consulting will serve as a gold-level sponsor for the event. Stop by our booth for prizes, demos or to chat with our top consultants about all things Salesforce and how you can improve ROI.

Follow us on Twitter, follow Midwest Dreamin’ or use the #MWD14 hashtag for more information as it becomes available about breakout session topics and speakers.

To register, click here.

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