Event Date: 20th Mar 2020 – 9am until 8pm
Venue: The Brewery
Event Website: www.londonsCalling.net
Organisers: Francis Pindar, Kerry Townsend, Todd Halfpenny, Louise Lockie, Amanda Bread-Neilson
The aim of London’s Calling is to bring Salesforce users, administrators & developers together for a jam-packed, one-day event to focus on learning from the community by the community. London’s Calling aims to bring different groups together for knowledge sharing and collaboration. London’s Calling is a non-profit organization and is entirely focused on knowledge sharing and Salesforce Community involvement.
We will have over 50 sessions across 7 tracks by Salesforce experts from around the EU & US and this year we will be including a workshop track.
Within 2 days of the release of tickets for the London’s Calling Event all Super Early bird tickets were sold out.
How is this event different from a Salesforce World Tour event?
London’s Calling is the first event of its kind in Europe and differs from Salesforce World Tour as it’s tailored to users, developers and administrators of all levels as opposed to prospective customers, like World Tour. All sessions are geared to audiences that are already developing, using or managing the Salesforce platform. The educational sessions selected to reflect this direction, so there is less about getting started with Salesforce and more about extending and scaling Salesforce.
We have sold out for the past four years and we’re estimating that we will sell out our 650 attendees again.
Photos of our previous event can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/LDNsCalling/photos/?tab=album&album_id=1830816303839380
YouTube video of our event in 2016 can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3-439A_dQxo
The Brewery is a premier corporate venue in the City of London occupying the site of the former Whitbread brewery. As a leading conference space, meetings area and fine dining facility for handfuls of delegates or hundreds of guests, The Brewery operates in the same high-class, exquisite manner that saw Whitbread’s brewery rise to become the crown jewel of London.
Francis is the co-founder of London’s Calling and has lived and breathed cloud computing for over 12 years and taught over 30,000 people Salesforce across 149 countries. He is a freelance multi-cloud Architect and helps companies digital strategies in transforming themselves into the cloud. Francis has been a 7x Salesforce MVP and is in the Salesforce MVP Hall of Fame. In his spare time, he produces theatre productions in London and is a trustee of Baseless Fabric Theatre. Follow him @radnip on Twitter or www.radnip.com.
Kerry has been working with Salesforce since 2005. She started as a user, became an accidental admin and eventually moved into consultancy. She is now a Manager in the Salesforce Business Group at Accenture. She has a passion for learning and sharing knowledge in the Salesforce Community.
Kerry a Salesforce MVP, a co-lead of the London B2C Marketer Group, a Surf Force co-organiser and a Dreamforce & Community Conference Speaker. She has 10 certifications and is a Trailhead Ranger. She is also a serial Community Conference attendee.
Todd is a code addict, who loves all things web and mobile.
He’s the Chief Mobile Technical Architect at MobileCaddy, co-organiser of the London Salesforce Developer Trailblazer group, and before his journey into the Salesforce ecosystem was a lead systems engineer at a global mobile network operator.
Todd is also founder of #shirtforce, a community driven social enterprise selling T-Shirts and other swag for those in the Salesforce ecosystem. All proceeds go to charity.
Louise is a Salesforce MVP and leader of the London Women in Tech Community Group. She holds 10 certifications and is also a Certified Salesforce Instructor. Following many years working on the customer side, she is currently a freelance consultant and trainer. Louise is a multiple times Dreamforce, World Tour, and community conference speaker, having been selected to present at some of the biggest events in the Salesforce ecosystem.
Amanda is the CTO for an end user company, having first discovered Salesforce in 2007 and becoming the System Admin. She increased her experience by moving into contracting roles and worked as a Project Manager for two Salesforce Platinum Partners. She returned to the end user environment specialising in Digital Transformation and Change Management. Her background is in IT, Sales and Marketing.
Amanda is a leader of the Salesforce London Admin Community Group. She has multiple Salesforce certifications, is a double Trailhead Ranger, an international conference speaker, owner of the blog: http://saasyabn.blogspot.com, and you can follow her on Twitter @Amandabn1.