The Salesforce breakfast seminar in Stockholm was another fantastic success in our ongoing breakfast event series. All of the key takeaways and insights from the Dreamforce conference in San Francisco were presented and explored. We were thrilled to bring this essential information back to Sweden.
As always, this seminar was a phenomenal resource for sharing information with others in our industry. In addition to the many networking opportunities, Soundtrack Your Brand’s Ben Lewinsky was on hand to deliver a revealing and inspiring case study of his company’s many successes using Salesforce products and live demo of the new Analytics solution was done by Ulrik Quitzau from Salesforce. If you were in attendance, thank you for helping to make this event such a great morning. If you were unable to attend, we hope to see you at the next one!
Don’t forget – the information presented at this and other events is always available to you. Simply contact us and we’d be happy to provide summaries of the presentations and/or answer any questions you may have. With the power of our innovative solutions, you can improve your current strategies, optimize your sales and launch your business into an exciting and successful future!
|08:00||Breakfast and mingling|
|08:30||Welcome and key takeaways from Dreamforce, by Joao Araujo and Lina Stenesjö of Nortal|
|08:50||The Soundtrack Your Brand story and lessons, by the company’s Ben Lewinsky|
|9:10||Live demo of the new Analytics solution, by Ulrik Quitzau of Salesforce|
|Disclaimer: The event will be photographed, and the pictures may be used in Nortal’s internal and external (social media) channels to promote the event.|
Management Consultant at Nortal
Sales Operations Manager at Soundtrack Your Brand
Marketing Automation and CRM Consultant at Nortal
Account executive at Salesforce
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