One Lucky Business Will Walk Away With The Grand Prize Worth More Than $50,000. Enter Today!
Does your company do more with less? Do you have 100 or fewer employees and do good while doing business? Then pay attention. Salesforce, the world's leading enterprise cloud ecosystem, has announced a special competition for small businesses making an impact.
The contest will recognize companies that share qualities of established brands such as One Kings Lane and TOMS. Potential finalists will have an innovative product or service and a positive impact on customers, employees and the community. These companies will also be prepared to serve as small business ambassadors or mentors to other small businesses.
Ten semi-finalists will be chosen to attend the coveted 4-day Dreamforce conference in San Francisco this September. These semi-finalists will rub shoulders with successful entrepreneurs, startup experts and investors, hearing real strategies and best practices from some of the biggest names in technology.
Five finalists will be chosen to pitch their business to a panel of celebrity judges and industry insiders. A grand prize winner from this pitch session will walk away with $25,000 in Salesforce product, an Apple Watch and be featured in Salesforce business marketing.
To be considered, make sure to enter the Small Business Big Impact Contest by August 21, at 6 p.m. PT. When you do, don't forget to tweet a picture of your business with the hashtag: @salesforce #bigimpactcontest to celebrate the business you're building.
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