Be a Speaker at Dreamforce 16

Hi All, We all know about Dreamforce. Dreamforce is the biggest event of Salesforce in which we get to know lots of things, meet some industry expert and some very great sessions.

Speaking at Dreamforce is a fantastic experience and if you have ever attended, you know that the quality of session speakers is extremely high. If you are thinking for a Dreamforce speaker then here are a few tips and guidelines to give you an idea of what Salesforce looking for.

For 40 minute sessions, Salesforce looking for speakers that:

  1. Have a great story to tell and a passion for sharing your knowledge with others

  2. Provide clear successful use cases, best practices, teachings and how-to’s,

  3. Highlight the ROI and additional benefits your company and team has seen since implementing Salesforce

For our 20 minute theater sessions, Salesforce  looking for speakers that:

  1. Can highlight a tip or trick like “Use this shortcut to save 10 minutes a week”

  2. Tell a great customer success story

  3. Focus and/or highlight a specific feature and how you are using it

  4. A great demo

Here are a few helpful tips for crafting your speaker submission so that you get selected to speak.

  1. Outline your story – what are the key topics or points you want the audience to hear

  2. List and rank your top messages, target personas, target industries.

  3. On the submissions page, be as precise and descriptive as possible.

  4. Also share your past experience and your preference for a 20 or 40 minutes session.

You can do your registration here. All the best :).

Do you have anything to share let us know in comments section.

 

 

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