In less than two weeks (November 6, to be exact) members of the iWave team will head to Dreamforce, the largest software conference in the world. But why should you and your nonprofit care?
“Four days of transforming your career, innovating, giving back, having a ball, and connecting with your community of fellow Trailblazers — all at the largest software conference in the world. Sound amazing? It is. With 2,700+ sessions to help every role in every industry succeed, the opportunity to get hands-on with the latest product innovations, and 170,000 Trailblazers to learn from, Dreamforce is the must-attend event of the year. And it’s going to sell out, so register now to blaze your trail to new skills, new perspectives, and new connections.”
Most definitely. Over 32,000 nonprofits use Salesforce as their donor management system (DMS). But even if Salesforce isn’t your DMS, there are still many learning opportunities jam-packed into four days. Thousands of nonprofit workers are expected to attend Dreamforce this year. There is even a dedicated “campus” for nonprofit attendees hosted by Salesforce.org, the philanthropic wing of Salesforce.
iWave will be at the Salesforce.org campus. While there, attendees can expect 30+ sessions about nonprofit work, with top sessions about how you can:
Beyond sessions, you’ll have opportunities to:
We’re glad you asked! Just as Dreamforce is a learning opportunity for you, it’s also a great learning opportunity for us. While onsite, we will:
Our new VP of Channel Partners, Trent Beattie, will also be onsite to develop relationships with nonprofit consultants and partners. Learn more about Trent and his new role here.
We hope to see you there! You can find iWave at the Salesforce.org Lodge at Kiosk 13A. Please stop by to see PRO in action or try our PROscore app for Salesforce. If you would like to meet for a cup of coffee or a quick lunch, please shoot us an email at email@example.com.
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About the author: Ryan McCarvill joined the iWave team in 2016. Ryan enjoys meeting and learning from nonprofit professionals, researching trends in the nonprofit community, and offering strategies for development teams to use iWave’s solutions to meet and exceed their fundraising goals.