It’s a busy week for Due at this year’s Dreamforce, a Salesforce event held in San Francisco from October 4th through October 7th that has become the world’s largest software event.
Earlier in the week, Due Co-Founder and CEO John Rampton spoke about how a small support team can offer big customer service.
Exhibiting at Dreamforce
Throughout the four-day conference, Due has exhibited at the show. Our booth offers a demonstration of how our online invoicing and payments processing platform works.
We are also illustrating how we use various tools to ensure some of the most responsive service and technical support in our industry despite being a startup company with a small, yet growing, team.
Participating in the Startup Competition
We’re also excited to be part of Dreamforce’s startup competition and get our solution in front of thousands of people from all over the world. This year, Dreamforce has created the Startup Trail, which includes Dreampitch, the startup pitch competition with judges like Mark Cuban as well as Chris Sacca and will.i.am.
There will also be panel sessions that showcase startups that are moderated by journalists and hosted on an open stage. Startup Valley also provides a way to visit more than 35 of these startups, including Due, over the course of the conference.
We got to open the doors to our startup and share what we do on Thursday. It is a great way to showcase what we offer and meet some incredible like-minded entrepreneurs who are also passionate about what they do not to mention get in front of industry leaders and investors.