Salesforce is cancelling all its events for the rest of 2020 and making them virtual, including its annual Dreamforce conference.
Dreamforce is the cloud giant’s largest event of the year, with over 170,000 attendees at the 2019 event.
This also applies to other Salesforce events, including Tableau Conference 2020, Tableau Conference Europe, TrailheaDX India and its World Tour customer events.
Salesforce said it made the decision as the “COVID-19 situation continues to evolve” and its “first priority is to help ensure the health and safety of our customers, partners, employees and communities.”
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Salesforce is cancelling all its events for the rest of 2020 and bringing them online, including its annual Dreamforce conference that typically takes place in the fall.
Dreamforce is Salesforce’s largest annual conference, held in San Francisco, where the cloud giant’s headquarters is located. The event usually draws up to 170,000 attendees, and has generated more than $150 million in annual spending for the local economy, according to the San Francisco Chronicle.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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