5 Things We Learned in Boston to Make Your Chicago Salesforce World Tour Even Better

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Hayley_Coxon1. The Circles of Success may be the Hottest Ticket in Town

There is very limited seating at each table, so show up early. Plan on heading to that area of the expo 20-30 minutes beforehand to secure your seat.

2. Plan to Stop by the Admin Zone

Need an answer to a question? Or advice on your implementation? Head over to the Admin Zone to chat with some of the most knowledgeable Salesforce folks in Chicago.

3. You can Find Game-Changing Apps at Breakfast

The expo opens at 8am, and is typically the quietest time of the day – perfect for having a conversation and seeing a demo without having to shout over the crowd. Check out the Cloud Expo exhibitors ahead of time and select the top three or four who you really think could solve a business challenge. Plan on meeting those ones first thing.

4.  Don’t Forget to Eat

Speaking of the expo, that’s where the all meals will be served during the day. However, most of the food served is passed small plates and there are not many areas to sit down to eat so it can be easy to forget to eat between breakouts. In the past it was difficult to find allergy-friendly options, but Salesforce has stepped up its food game.  For the first time we spotted gluten-free items so make sure to stop by for muffin tops, sandwiches or snacks to keep you fueled throughout the day. Then head on back for the networking session to finish out the day with a drink.

5. Don’t Miss the Pre-Keynote

With Marc Benioff as the headliner of the Chicago Tour keynote, it will surely be a huge hit. But Salesforce doesn’t stop there – they bring in amazing opening local acts that you’ll certainly want to see.

What are your tips for making the most of the Salesforce World Tour? Share them in the comments!


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