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Hear from Innovator of the Decade Marc Benioff at EmTech MIT

September 2, 2020

Marc Benioff is a true pioneer of cloud computing; under his leadership, Salesforce is the #1 provider of customer relationship management (CRM) software globally. Benioff has been named Innovator of the Decade by Forbes, one of the 10 Best-Performing CEOs by Harvard Business Review, and one of the World’s 25 Greatest Leaders by Fortune.  

Hear directly from the CEO of Salesforce at EmTech MIT, where he will share his thoughts on the role and responsibilities of major tech companies in our suddenly changed world. Contact tracing, covid recovery, basic income, climate, philanthropy, and leading with innovation are just some of the topics we’ll discuss.   

This year’s event will be held virtually, so you can join from wherever you are. Purchase your ticket today and prepare to be inspired by remarkable leaders like Marc Benioff.  

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