After two fun, informative and action-packed days, it’s hard to believe we're already halfway through Dreamforce 2018! With 3,000+ sessions, 170,000+ people registered – including plenty of A-list luminaries – and around 10 million joining in online, we’re thoroughly inspired, a little exhausted, but eager to see what the rest of the festivities will bring!
Over the years, some of the world’s most inspiring people have taken to the Dreamforce stage. And this year is no different, as another host of visionary speakers are opening our eyes to industry trends and telling us how they use Salesforce to connect with their customers in new ways.
We’ve put together 18 of the most thought-provoking quotes from some of those great minds of Dreamforce 2018 for you to enjoy and share across your social networks. We’re sure there will be plenty more to come!
- "All of our companies are doing what they can to connect their customers to their products. Everything is connected” – Marc Benioff, Chairman and Co-CEO, Salesforce. Tweet this
- “Action is better than inaction. Get in there and make a difference in everything you do, and make sure that everything you do makes a sustainable impact. It’s important” – Dion Weisler, President and CEO, HP Inc. Tweet this
- "Diversification gives you a higher yield on your return, so why wouldn't you do that for your organization?" – Selina Suarez, Co-founder, PepUp Tech. Tweet this
- “The countries with the highest robot density, have among the lowest unemployment rates. Technology and humans combined in the right way will drive prosperity and growth – Ulrich Spiesshofer, President and CEO, ABB Ltd. Tweet this
- "Imagine a future in which every business knows doing well means doing good. We all can do that by driving sustainable business practices at massive scale” – Stephanie Buscemi, CMO, Salesforce. Tweet this
- "If you see the world through someone else's eyes and act on compassion, good things happen” — Brian Gallagher, President and CEO, United Way. Tweet this
- “Sales coaching doesn't have to be finger in the air and random call monitoring. Structured coaching can take your team from average to superstars!” – Dominique Levin, Managing Partner, Winning By Design. Tweet this
- “Technology combined with a warm smile is where Marriott gets customers to want to come back” - Stephanie Linnartz, Global Chief Commercial Officer, Marriott. Tweet this
- "Technology is not good or bad, it's what you do with it that matters. We are putting our values into action because our values dictate our behaviors” – Marc Benioff, Chairman and Co-CEO, Salesforce. Tweet this
- “Ethics is a mindset, not a checklist” – Richard Socher, Chief Scientist, Salesforce. Tweet this
- “Part of our wish list for our lives and our future should be disentangling wisdom from intelligence. In our era of Big Data and algorithms, they’re easy to conflate” – Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post Founder. Tweet this
- “Listen more than you speak, contemplate before you act, continue to raise the bar, things will happen around you, and don’t be afraid of that because change creates opportunity” – Dion Weisler, President and CEO, HP Inc. Tweet this
- "Diversification gives you a higher yield on your return, so why wouldn't you do that for your organization?" – Selina Suarez, Co-founder of PepUp Tech. Tweet this
- “As CEO, I see my job as serving my people and the world. Our entire technology portfolio serves the goal of running the world without consuming the earth – Ulrich Spiesshofer, President and CEO, ABB Ltd. Tweet this
- "Right now, we're living in the inhumane age and the human age is about to come, but we're going to need assistance to get there. And that's why I'm optimistic about artificial intelligence" – Will.i.am. Tweet this
- “We gather to learn, better ourselves, and be there for one another” – Lauren Touvet, Salesforce Admin, DocuSign. Tweet this
- “Most people are motivated to succeed in sales, yet most don’t always know what to do” - Dominique Levin, Managing Partner, Winning By Design. Tweet this
- “Diversity is a fact, inclusion is a choice” – Libby Schaaf, 50th Mayor of the City of Oakland. Tweet this