The world has changed, and so has Dreamforce!
Salesforce reinvents its flagship conference as Dreamforce To You.
Dreamforce is rebuilt for today’s digital world and due to the pandemic outbreak, Salesforce decided to hold Dreamforce To You 2020 virtually.
This virtual experience gives the whole Trailblazer community a chance, especially to those who didn’t have an opportunity to attend the event in person, to experience Dreamforce 2020 like never before.
Dreamforce To You 2020 will be free to all six-week event full of thought leadership, community participation, and entertainment starting on 12 November 2020.
From November 18 through December 18, the Dreamtalks program will offer presentations and panel discussions featuring artists, authors, and thought leaders discussing business topics and a range of urgent concerns such as equality, health, wellness, and the climate.
Customer Success & Innovation
- Opening keynote broadcast
- Customer 360 innovations
- Inspirational customer success & special guests
Relevance & Reinvention
- Personalized experiences built for your company
- Customer 360 tailored for you
- Knowledge sharing with peer-to-peer advice
Learning & Community
- Expert-led sessions & hands-on workshops for every Trailblazer
- Learn new Salesforce skills
- Connect with the Trailblazer Community
Togetherness & Giving Back
- Health & wellness
- Giving back opportunities
- Entertainment & fun
‘Giving back’ has always been a present theme at Dreamforce. For sure, this year would be no exception.
“Whether Dreamforce is online or with 170,000 registered attendees in San Francisco, we are committed to making giving back an integral part of the celebration. During Dreamforce to You 2020, Salesforce will donate a total of $5 million to address the crises our communities are facing.”Ebony Beckwith, Chief Philanthropy Officer
The virtual event will serve its massive customer base and offer $2 million in grants to San Francisco’s small business community that has been hit hard with financial upheaval amid the pandemic, and $3 million to support organizations addressing hunger.