NorCal Dreamin’ is a gathering for the entire Salesforce community. NorCal Dreamin’ is a Salesforce event, by the Salesforce Community for the Salesforce Community.  That means the is run by those that love Salesforce, including user group leaders, MVP’s, and awesome admins/developers like you. The event will feature great sessions with tracks for administrators, developers, marketing, public sector, non-profits, and end users/executives.

The event is over 2 days. On Thursday June 27th it will be a half-day that includes hands-on training, Q&A, networking, and product information.  Friday June 28th will be all day and includes a keynote and sessions all day long.

NorCal Dreamin’ will be at the Hyatt Regency Sacramento – 1209 L St. The venue is right across the street from the beautiful California Capitol Building.

Your full ticket admission gets you access to 1/2 day Thursday that will include hands on training, Trailheads and product information. Friday will include a morning keynote, followed by a demo jam; after the keynote the day will be full of Salesforce related sessions – over 35 sessions to choose from. Friday also includes a continental breakfast, lunch, afternoon snack, and a happy hour at the end of the event.  There is also an awesome expo area where the sponsors of the event will teach you about their offerings.

We do not have a block of hotel rooms for the attendees this year. But there are plenty of hotels near the venue to stay at. Below is a list of some nice hotels within walking distance.

 

Hyatt Regency Sacramento (where the event is held)

Sheraton Grand Sacramento

Citizen Hotel

Residence Inn Sacramento Downtown

Kimpton Sawyer Hotel

 

 

Short answer – anyone! If you are a Salesforce administrator, Salesforce developer, Salesforce consultant, Salesforce user, IT, etc…. We have something for everyone.  At NorCal Dreamin’ you will learn what Salesforce Ohana means.

Yes. We have a vast variety of sponsorship opportunities.  Email us at [email protected] to learn more.

We want you to be comfortable. Business casual to suit and tie, whatever makes you feel good.

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