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November 20, 2019
Media Guide to Dreamforce 2019
Salesforce News Team
Dreamforce is in full swing, and the scale of the event is more than one person could hope to cover — over 2,700 sessions this year, to be precise. That’s why the Salesforce News team has compiled this ever-updating article as a guide to help you navigate the event.
Bookmark this page for updates from Dreamforce, including:
A guided agenda of some of the most exciting sessions
Timely event photos
The Dreamforce Reporter live blog with all the announcements, quotes and photography from each day
**UPDATE** Tuesday, November 19: Opening Keynote, Future of Work and CEO Fireside Chats
Our recap of Day One of Dreamforce is now live, and features photography, quotes and key announcements from our opening keynote, fireside chats with CEOs, our AI research keynote, and a panel session on AI and the future of work.
**UPDATE** Wednesday, November 20: Future of Work, Blockchain and the Sustainable Development Goals
Our recap of the second day of Dreamforce is now live, featuring photography and quotes from sessions featuring the UN, YMCA, Lamborghini and Salesforce, as well as actress Robin Wright, Director Richard Curtis and Project Everyone's Gail Gaillie.
**UPDATE** Thursday, November 21: Climate, Equality and the 44th President of the United States
Our recap of the third day of Dreamforce is now live, with photography and quotes from sessions featuring CEOs from TaskRabbit and Ellevest, food experts, Dominque Crenn and Samin Nosrat, as well as youth climate activists.
**UPDATE** Friday, November 22: A Conversation with Megan Rapinoe, Brain Health and Resilience with Emilia Clarke and Deepak Chopra
Our recap of the final sessions of Dreamforce is now live, featuring photography and quotes from sessions with Megan Rappinoe, Emilia Clarke, and Deepak Chopra.
If you’re a first-time Dreamforce press attendee, check out this Salesforce Blog article for some background on the event.
For event coverage next week, follow @SalesforceNews on Twitter and bookmark this page for updates.