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Heading to Dreamforce? Be our guest

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DreamforceDreamforce is one of the largest technology tradeshows of the year. It brings 50,000 people to San Francisco for a week of sessions, exhibits, parties and keynotes all dedicated to the topic of Salesforce. The event is crowded with geeks from every position – salesforce.com administrators, marketing folks (like me), salespeople (of course), developers and more.

ReadyTalk gets a lot of value out of exhibiting at Dreamforce. It’s a great opportunity to demo ReadyTalk for Salesforce, our free salesforce.com app that makes your dreams come true.* More importantly, Dreamforce is a great chance for us to connect with customers and prospects. Getting their feedback on how our App works is great. There’s a lot of value in hearing about their pain points with audio and web conferencing and how we can improve our integration with salesforce.com and our overall product.

We also have a group of developers and product managers who attend the show. They get a ton of value out of the educational sessions and networking opportunities. It’s a chance to learn more about new features and pick the brains of their peers.

Our sales team loves to attend because there are 50,000 people in one room and only 1,000 are our customers. Lots of selling potential.

I like to attend for the awesome concerts networking and brand-building opportunities.

Are you ready to go to Dreamforce? If so, we suggest the following:

  • Be our guest. Register with code ECMRDYTLK and get $100 off your registration.
  • Stop by. During the show, be sure to visit us at booth #1429
  • Party. Similar to last year, ReadyTalk will be co-hosting several events and parties. Leave a comment below so we can send you details.

*This is an exaggeration unless your dreams involve streamlining the data from webinars, sales demos and training sessions. 


Name: Jason Kort
Time: Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Looking forward to seeing you at Dreamforce!

Name: Bo Bandy, ReadyTalk
Time: Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Thanks, Jason. We're looking forward to it too. We'll be sure to email you with details on our parties. Of course, we want you to come by the booth and say hi too!

Name: Charlene Williams
Time: Friday, August 10, 2012

Hi. I'll be attending Dreamforce and would love to drop by and meet you. We love your product!

Name: Bo Bandy, ReadyTalk
Time: Friday, August 10, 2012

Hi Charlene. It's going to be a great, but busy week. We'll be sure to send you the details of our parties.

Name: Monica S
Time: Tuesday, August 14, 2012

We'll definitely be dropping by your booth. New to salesforce and looking forward to go "shopping" at the expo.

Name: Lynette Simmons
Time: Thursday, August 16, 2012

Would like to schedule a time to meet to talk about your platform / capabilities. (Saw Webinar today)

Name: Bo Bandy, ReadyTalk
Time: Thursday, August 16, 2012

Thanks, Lynette. We'll reach out via email.

Name: Gogo Dipp
Time: Monday, August 27, 2012

Look forward to meting you at Dreamforce and your party! Cheers

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