Partnership News, a Tower in Tokyo, and Why We’re at ‘Fever’ Pitch

This week on the Salesforce Blog

By Kim Honjo

It’s been another busy week on the Salesforce blog. Here are your top stories for the week:

Tokyo Trailblazers

Introducing Salesforce Tower Tokyo and 2,000 New Jobs Over the Next Five Years!

We’re proud to announce the first Salesforce Tower in Asia Pacific, “Salesforce Tower Tokyo.” This news comes with a commitment to add 2,000 jobs in Japan over the next five years. Find out what’s being planned.

Extending our Google Partnership with Intelligent Customer Service Innovations

Exciting news for our customers: We are extending our strategic partnership with Google, giving customers more flexibility than ever before to deliver an integrated AI-powered customer experience. Learn more about how it all works.

Fever’s President and Chief Operating Officer Dr. Alison Barber is excited to return to her roots.

WNBA Fever: For Love of the Game and Community

Salesforce is proud to sponsor the WNBA’s Indiana Fever. We caught up with the Fever’s President and Chief Operating Officer Dr. Alison Barber to get her thoughts on her new role and inspiring more young women and children to play sports. Read the full interview.

Millennials vs. Gen Z: How Are They Different?

They may all look young but millennials and Gen Z don’t respond to marketing campaigns the same way. Learn the key differences between Millennials vs. Gen Z.

10 Up-and-Coming Instagram Accounts Small Businesses Need to Follow

Here are 10 up-and-coming Instagram accounts that offer a welcome dose of energy, honesty, and inspiration for anyone in the #smallbiz community. Get our picks.

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