What Small and Medium Businesses Learned at Dreamforce ’15

Just because you’re considered a small or medium business doesn’t mean you can’t disrupt the industry and compete with the big brands. That’s why Dreamforce  is crucial for small and medium businesses. Didn’t make it to Dreamforce? Don’t worry! The conference lives on year round with on demand content. You can learn from other business owners, sales leaders, industry experts, and others — all through real testimonials from some of our best customers, Get inspired and learn new tricks with the amazing lineup of sessions Dreamforce has to offer, and then check out the Salesforce demo for SMBs here.

Hit the Ground Running

Small and Medium Business Keynote

Small and medium businesses are operating in an extraordinary environment. New technologies are reinventing how business is done, making it easier than ever to start and scale a company. But growing businesses face a unique set of challenges. Join Tony Rodoni, EVP of Small Business, and Leyla Seka, SVP and GM of Desk.com at Salesforce, and guests to learn how small and medium businesses are using Salesforce to attract new business, delight their customers, and grow faster than ever.

SalesforceIQ Keynote: The Future of Selling is Here

Based on the acquisition of RelateIQ, Salesforce is once again raising the bar of innovation by delivering SalesforceIQ. Powered by groundbreaking Relationship Intelligence technology, the new SalesforceIQ for Small Business and SalesforceIQ for Sales Cloud are transforming selling for businesses of every size and industry. Join Steve Loughlin, CEO, SalesforceIQ, and special guests to discover the future of selling. Learn how SalesforceIQ can empower all Dreamforce attendees to sell smarter, sell faster and ultimately, close more deals.

Make Your Business Soar

AppExchange for Small & Medium Business: Grow Your Business with Apps

Running a small business comes at a fast pace! How do you continue to scale your focus on finding, winning, and keeping your customers? Join us to learn how another company uses pre-built apps to run their business on Salesforce. You'll walk away with real-world knowledge and a list of top apps (both free and paid) that you can easily deploy with just a few clicks.

Crush Your Small Business Challenges With Marketing Automation

There is increasing pressure on B2B marketers to find the most qualified prospects and build relationships with them to tee them up for sales. Join us to hear from Salesforce clients on how they have used marketing automation to help organizations consolidate, streamline, and better manage campaigns that were once cumbersome to track and administer.

Go Deep with the Experts

Know-It-All: Best Practices for Building a Killer Knowledge Base

Having all the right answers at the fingertips of every customer support agent is awesome. Letting your customers get the same answers themselves is the dream. Join us to learn how the Desk.com Knowledge Base lets you easily create a knowledge base that's both internal and external to serve as a centralized library of the right answers for your agents and customers alike.

Connect to Decision Makers Faster and Navigate Your Data Overload with Data.com

Have you ever wondered what makes customers like Bespoke Collection and Kapow Events grow at lightning speed? Join a panel of our customers to learn about how Data.com has helped them find the right data at the right moment, no matter where they are, without ever leaving Salesforce. You'll also learn about the new Prospecting Insights feature that gives small business the edge they need to grow fast!

Are you ready to find, win, and keep more customers to help your business grow? Check out the Salesforce demo for SMBs here, and get ready for your business to soar!

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