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Thursday 1st March will mark the very first Nottingham Salesforce User Group event of 2018! Come and join us for an amazing agenda covering all kinds of useful topics and hands-on demonstrations for Salesforce users.

The six varied talks will start at 2pm, lasting through to 5pm with coffee and snack breaks in between. Then we'll keep doors open for a couple of hours because, as always, we'll be providing delicious hot food and drinks afterwards. This is to give you the opportunity to network and speak to an array of prospects, users, partners and Salesforce themselves. We've even got a presenter who's flying all the way from Canada to be here with us for the day!


Krispy Kreme break! 😋

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The User Group will be held at the offices of Salesforce partner, oe:gen, at No.1 Nottingham Science Park. To get here, the University of Nottingham tram stop is a one-minute walk from the office, connected directly to Nottingham Station. If you're driving, please be warned that there's limited on-site parking, so it's best to arrive early to guarantee a space.


Find us in the big green building 🦉🤘

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If this sounds like something you want to come along to, simply click below to RSVP and see the full list of presenters.

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