After a widely successful event in New York City earlier this year, Slack Frontiers is coming to London, and with more inspiration, news, and ideas than ever before. The best bit: it’s not too late to sign up!
Slack Frontiers is the messaging app’s annual conference. This year, Frontiers Europe will explore how to take on today’s toughest digital working challenges and come out winning.
Salesforce and Slack
The pandemic showed us all how effective remote working can be, and Slack really took this in its stride. With over 12 million users logging on every day, the app has been pioneering simple and streamlined collaboration since 2013. This is why it’s no surprise that Salesforce and Slack joined forces in 2021 to create the Slack-First Customer 360 — a way to connect employees, customers, and partners to apps, conversations, and more.
With Slack pioneering as an indispensable collaboration tool, there are plenty of reasons to get excited about the next event.
Every year, Slack’s annual conference, Frontiers, takes place in different locations across the globe. The aim? To bring together people from a variety of different industries with the power of connection and tech-based collaborative working.
Attendees can expect industry-specific sessions, keynotes, and live interactive demos designed to inspire your business. Each event also has a great host of speakers; Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Janelle Monáe closed the day at the New York event in June.
The next Slack Frontiers will take place on October 11 at The Brewery in London. You can also attend the event virtually from 08:30 GMT.
Expect all of the great content mentioned earlier, as well as more on exciting innovations like Huddle Coworking, Canvases, and Flow for Slack, which were announced at Dreamforce last month.
How to Register
The great news is that Slack Frontiers Europe is completely free to attend, and you can register for your free ticket on the official event page.
With more sessions being announced as the day gets closer (like two amazing TED talks on women and climate action as well as and innovative prosthetic science), this isn’t an event that you want to miss.
If you can’t make it in person, don’t worry – you can catch all the action on Salesforce+ by registering for the virtual event. Sessions will also be available on demand if you can’t make it on the day.