Midwest Dreamin is an event held by the Salesforce community every year for six years now to promote learning and collaboration. In the event, the latest Salesforce trends around the world are showcased. The objective of holding this event is to bring people to a platform and provide them access to the best Salesforce.com content.
This conference welcomes users, developers, admins, and Salesforce partners to connect and fabricate a network. This event is a healthy way to share knowledge and create strong connections. You get tons of tips and tricks of Salesforce, discuss trends and changes in technology.
Also, various Salesforce consulting companies sponsor the event and share their experiences and tell about the assistance they provide in managing Salesforce accounts. One such companies, FEXLE was a proud sponsor of MidWest Dreamin 2019. The event was held between August 7 – August 9, at Palmer House a Hilton Hotel, in Chicago, Illinois.
We were privileged to listen to Kris Lande, the Vice President of Trailhead Marketing at Salesforce. She shared tips & tricks to show the importance of marketing and how it should be done to stay authentic.
Kristen Englehardt, another speaker of the event, is Vice President, Customer & Market Insights, shared personal stories that included missteps and victorious moments of her life. As it is important to learn from each other’s experiences to lead the path towards your vision.
Sean Alpert is a Vice President of Product Marketing at Salesforce, expressed his views on how Analytics and Artificial Intelligence can be used to make a difference in business and to get insights.
This is a question I’ve been asking myself a lot for about a year, both personally & professionally – what WOULD you do if you weren’t afraid? Final keynote of @MidWest_Dreamin by @KTobyEngelhardt #MWD19 pic.twitter.com/lRWqeGOgQN
— Toya Tate (@Toya_L_Tate) August 9, 2019
FEXLE team was overwhelmed with electrifying knowledge sharing and learning experience They got a lot of content, tips, strategies from speakers as well as people who participated. The sessions were fruitful and could be applied to improvise.
Also, it opened a way to engage with people face-to-face with experts and associates. This helped the team to build professional connections, which could help you in the future.
As we were Sponsors of the event, we spoke and connected with a lot of users, admins, developers, and experts and got a positive response.
Missed us at MidWest Dreamin 2019, not to worry, you can always call us at +1-855-332-6498(Toll-Free) and get answers to all your queries related to your Salesforce account.
Were you there in MidWest Dreamin? How was the experience? Please share your views in the comments below.