So clearly everyone wanted to do events this week on the same two days too! I’m not going to lie, I don’t like having to pick between events, ya know? What if I can get value from every event that comes my way, so I want to attend them all. Like, help a girl out please! But hey that’s where I come in, so you can pick the best event for you. So sit back, open up your calendar and let’s get planning!
Tuesday, July 28th
Kicking off this week we have Camp Success! Of course this year it will be virtual and take place from 9am to 12pm. There will be 16 sessions and multiple speakers! Camp Success’ goals are to help you become more knowledgeable about Salesforce and how to get the most out of everything Salesforce has to offer. There will be workshops, theater sessions, Circle of Success group discussions and Ask-the-Expert sessions.
The Tucson Salesforce Group July Meeting Lightning Flow: Extending Clicks Without Code will help you learn how to autoname the process without Apex. This meeting is to help challenge you, so be prepared to work on performance actions with more than one object and cross-object actions not possible with Process Builder. Also, you will get some updates that make Lightning Flow easier to use than it’s previous versions.
The San Diego, CA Developers Group is hosting Ellis Tom from Gearset in Force.com TKS with Gearset. Her goal is to educate you on the smooth transition from in-org development to automated CI/CD process. This will cover data and media backup, version control, and automated release to make sure you succeed! Additionally, the first 100 attendees will get dinner on Gearset or you can donate that to Feeding America, the nonprofit food bank helping feed Americans during Covid-19, so make sure to register!
Wednesday, July 29th
Starting at 9am Salesforce has a webinar on reaching out to business students about recruitment outreach techniques. How to Market to Prospective Business Students will teach you the different communication styles for each generation, and learn how to create an engaging experience for these students. Additionally, there will be a networking opportunity at the end of the webinar.
Also at 9am is Building a Pipeline of Potential Supporters — Nonprofit Success Stories. You will hear from 2 nonprofits who have been successful in keeping donations from constituents coming in during this unusual time. You will get to learn these skills for yourself, as well as how to increase visibility, and increase the amount of supporters.
To wrap up the week, the Oakland, CA Admin Group is hosting Data Strategies to Minimize User Inflicted Data Loss. Varun Prabhakar from OwnBackup will be speaking about avoiding data accidents from happening. Additionally, he will talk about data protection strategies to prevent these accidents. Additionally, they will be providing dinner. Two free dinners this week?! Why not!
If you missed any of the Summer ‘20 Release Review meetings, Salesforce is still hosting highlight meetings this week! Additionally, Salesforce is hosting a variety of Circle of Success events too! Circle of Success is a series, so there are multiple topics, with different days and times. Check out the Customer Success Calendar to find out one that works for your schedule.
Salesforce had a lot of events taking place last week. For those in the education realm, Unifying* Communications & Support to Drive Equity in the New Normal *and Innovation Leadership Forum talked about students coming back into the fall, the problems everyone faces, and how to address some of those issues. Additionally, we had two events for those in the nonprofit sector. Nonprofits and Salesforce: An Introduction to NPSP and Segmentation, Cultivation and Stewardship of Donors and Volunteers taught you to utilize Salesforce Nonprofit Success Pack, Einstein Analytics, Quip with your clients.
For those of you trying to help your clients and stay connected with the small businesses, did you attend Are You Meeting Your Customers Where They Are? Finally we learned more about the Salesforce Anywhere app in Introducing Salesforce Anywhere. Did you attend any of these events? Tweet us @mkpartners and let us know your thoughts!
Also, make sure to let us know if you think there are any events worth mentioning and what event you are excited about this upcoming week. And, as always, we will see you in the cloud.