25 People you should meet at the Salesforce World Tour Paris 

What a coincidence that it is the UEFA European Championships in Paris…just as I am heading to the Salesforce World Tour…Football, Salesforce, and the home of fine wine…yes I am looking forward to this trip!

Did you know that the Paris World Tour could well be the planet’s 3rd largest Salesforce event (after Dreamforce and the London WT)? With over 5,000 planned attendees it is a great showcase of the French and European Salesforce community at it’s best.

And it is held on the day the UK is holding a referendum of whether the UK should leave the European Union. Whatever happens there, and I am not commenting on it 😉 I hope to be a regular visitor to this event!

Here are some people that will be attending the event that I think you should look out for. Scroll down for the links to their individual Twitter feeds, and follow #Salesforce25 for selfies, comments, session links, etc.

25 People you should meet at Salesforce World Tour Paris - FINAL

This list features 25 people that will be at the Port de Versailles on 23rd June, who are prominent in the Salesforce ecosystem. People like Fabien Taillon and Mohammed El Massaoui (recently awarded as Salesforce MVPs), and Vero Laville (CoderDojo leader in Paris).

Jean Luc Antoine
Julie Boncour
Peter Chittum
Olivier Dagneaux
Laura Diaz
Pauline Dufour
Virginie Dupin
Mehdi El Bilali
Mohamed El Massaoui
Constantin Garreau
Zachary Jeans
Emmanuelle Kleinmann
Vero Laville
Cyril Louis
Hicham Mohamed
Jean-Michel Mougeolle
Philippe Ozil
Tim Pickard
Anne Podunavac
Jean-Luc Raymond
Guillaume Roques
Fabien Taillon
Gnanasekaran Thoppae
Phil Walton
René Winkelmeyer

Some more info about TrailheaDX (continued from week #194)

While speaking to some of the 25 people featured in the Paris infographic, I had a chat with Rene Winkelmeyer, who attended TrailheaDX last week. Take a look here at his blog post about the event. And keep an eye out for Rene at more Salesforce events, he is a new recruit at Salesforce so make a point to say hi and welcome!