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You don't have to miss out! We've broken down the World Tour Sydney sessions that are most suited to your role, industry and sector.
At World Tour Sydney 2022, Tina Rozul, Global Director of Product Marketing for Salesforce Digital Experiences, spoke with Ken Kennedy, Head of Digital ANZ at True Alliance on their marketing insights and for digital transformation.
Calling all sales pros! Salesforce World Tour Sydney 2022 was packed with Trailblazer stories and insights for sales teams of all sizes, and now you can see some of the best sessions on demand. But, before you dive in, check out this video interview where international sales expert Tiffani Bova sat down with Hamish Wyatt, Chief Product & Marketing Officer at Conveya, to talk about some key takeaways from the event.
Last week’s World Tour was so jam-packed with insights, we’ve decided to unpack some of the biggest lessons and takeaways. If you’re looking to transform your business’s service model and customer experiences, this video is for you.
As World Tour 2022 continues to make its way across the globe, yesterday saw it unfold in Sydney amid a poignant milestone for Australia and New Zealand: the first in-person World Tour event in two years. But don’t worry if you couldn’t join in person or virtually, we’ve put together the highlights and announcements you need to know.
Salesforce World Tour Sydney is right around the corner — broadcasting live on April 7. Join our inspiring Trailblazer community as they share the very latest, exciting innovations to succeed from anywhere.
In three episodes of Salesforce Live: Australia & New Zealand, customer experience was the predominant focus for Trailblazers in marketing, small business and service. Find out what Trailblazers and experts had to say about creating better customer experiences, regardless of function or business type.
With so many consumers shifting toward digital options, many small businesses are still rethinking everything from offerings to operations. But being able to focus on your core purpose — what you do best, what your customers want from you, the unique value you provide to customers — requires leveraging technology. Leaders from Canva, Xero and Lawpath break it down in gif form.
Many people, organisations and communities have had to operate and think differently over the past 18 months.