7 Good Reasons To Attend Midwest Dreamin’ 2019

7 Good Reasons To Attend Midwest Dreamin’ 2019

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Today, the world is no longer restricted by the horizons of boundaries. The web and related technologies offer us so many different ways to learn, monitor, meet, measure, and collaborate and live professional events. If you are into Salesforce, it is time for you to secure your entry now for the Midwest Dreamin’ to be held on August 7–9 at the Palmer House a Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois.

Let me give you 7 good reasons to attend the Midwest Dreamin’ 2019.

Renew your excitement about the work you love to do

There is absolutely no denying the fact sitting for endless hours in front of your computer or behind a desk can make you feel a little stodgy. While there is a plethora of information available and easily accessible for you when it comes to creating and consuming content, going out and hearing the best tips, strategies, and suggestions from people who are doing exactly what you’re doing is an excellent way to reignite your enthusiasm.

Learn industry trends and the new ways of implementation

Professional conferences such as Midwest Dreamin’ prove out to be extremely informative and value-adding to identify and implement compelling and relevant content from subject matter experts and top speakers in the industry. By attending the event and coming in proximity to the latest trends in the market, you can easily augment your knowledge base. This will also help you learn something valuable and apply it to your own work.

Engaging in useful face-to-face rendezvous with colleagues and industry experts

Today, we all get this wonderful opportunity to make and strengthen positive and professional connections using digital technology. Attending Midwest Dreamin’ will give you a great opportunity to connect, share, and collaborate information quickly and easily. The best thing is that you can engage in face-to-face and one-on-one interactions with industry leaders and market stalwarts and this will be indeed something that serves you and your organizations in the months and years to come.

Make connections with industry media

Effective social media, public relations, and marketing campaigns are created and maintained with strong relationships. Attending professional events like Midwest Dreamin’ 2019 will give you an amazing opportunity to make connections with industry media. You may never know when these connections can turn out to be a great resource to place stories and build buzz.

Evaluate new vendors

A big majority of professional conferences such as Salesforce events include vendors whose sole reason to mark their attendance in those events is to educate you and get connected with you on their most-successful, popular, and latest products, services, and solutions. By attending this information-centric and value-driven events, you can easily gain access to tools, information, and products that you might be unaware of. Furthermore, the “accessed or gathered” tools and products can help you find solutions to problems your organization or customers might be facing.

Develop ideas for content based on collected information

We, as business communicators, are often entrusted with the responsibility of creating value-adding and customer-engaging marketing, awareness, and public relations’ content for our clients and organization. Conference events such as Midwest Dreamin’ can spark new content ideas that you can thereafter promote on your social media handles. With it, you can engage in better conversations and interactions with your existing as well as potential customers besides creating and maintaining the highest standards for your brand and its offered products, services, and solutions.

Just go out there and have fun

Last but surely not the least, attending professional events like Midwest Dreamin’ have the fun factor. While this may not be a reason at the top of the list for some of us, we all are also aware of the fact that professionals who include fun in their lives tend to be healthier, happier, and less stressed. You can consider the fun factor as an excellent investment in your well-being and health. Not only this, participation in such events will help you do something engaging, relevant, meaningful, different, and purposeful than the monotonous activities we all have to do every day of our professional lives.

It’s still not late to sign up for the Midwest Dreamin’ to be held on August 7–9 at the Palmer House a Hilton Hotel, Chicago, Illinois. Get ready to hear from the top-notch Salesforce industry experts with a whirlwind tour guiding you through the best of Salesforce products and services

I personally feel that it is good that Dreamin’ events that were previously all happening in the West Coast are now with the Midwest. I have always felt that Dreamforce focuses more on the West Coast and World Tours are not always enough. Good to know a positive change coming through. 

I would be at the Midwest Dreamin’ 2019 and you can visit https://cloudanalogy.com/calendly to arrange a meeting with me, wherein we would let you know how our Salesforce services and solutions can transform your business in more than just a way.

Please feel free to share your own reason to visit Midwest Dreamin’ 2019. Our site visitors, just like us, would love to hear about it. 

Ajay Dubedi

Ajay Dubedi

CEO | Founder
"Ajay Dubedi, the founder and CEO of Cloud Analogy, is a prominent Salesforce Sales, Service, and Marketing cloud Consultant with a rich expertise in handling challenging business models. Ajay has assisted and implemented solutions in industries comprising Banking, Health Care, Networking, Education, Telecommunication and Manufacturing. For the last many years, Ajay has been instrumental in passing on his vast knowledge among his colleagues and strongly believes in harnessing an atmosphere of encouragement, empowerment, and mutual advancement. Ajay is globally acclaimed for his extensive experience in APEX Programming, VisualForce pages, Triggers, Workflows, Page Layouts, Roles, Profiles, Reports & Dashboards."

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