TwentyPine (twentypine.com/), the leading boutique Executive Search Firm focused on Salesforce.com (SFDC) professionals is thrilled to announce upcoming partnership with specialty coffee roaster, Blue Bottle Coffee for the 2017 Dreamforce conference. TwentyPine will be fueling attendees with a sponsorship of complimentary coffee at Blue Bottle in a joint effort to spread awareness around environmentalism and living green.
“Blue Bottle’s mission, not only in sustainability but in community activism, is something that aligns with TwentyPine’s core values and mission of building sustainable Salesforce teams,” said Jamie Coakley, CEO of TwentyPine. “As stewards of environmental sustainability, TwentyPine partners with the Arbor Day Foundation to donate and plant 20 pine trees in a National forest within the United States for each hire made. So far this year, TwentyPine has planted over 3,000 trees, focusing primarily on North and South Lake Tahoe forests.”
The collaboration will take place from November 6th through the 9th, at Blue Bottle Coffee’s Mint Plaza cafe from 1:00PM to 2:00PM. TwentyPine will be sponsoring Blue Bottle Coffee for each day of the Dreamforce conference to fuel attendees and encourage mindfulness around workplace equality, community activism, sustainability and environmental protection.
TwentyPine is a world class, boutique executive search firm that helps early and mature stage organizations scale their Sales Operations and Salesforce.com (SFDC) teams throughout the United States.
As the leading headhunting firm in the Salesforce.com (SFDC) ecosystem, TwentyPine fills a unique position by advising companies on hiring norms when scaling their internal CRM, and Sales Operations teams.
TwentyPine’s clients span existing Fortune 500 Salesforce.com Customers, startups closing initial rounds of funding and Salesforce.com Consulting Partners in growth mode, making the establishment distinctly qualified in identifying key, strategic hires.
About Blue Bottle Coffee
Blue Bottle Coffee was founded by James Freeman in Oakland, California, in 2002. A self-declared coffee lunatic, James hand-roasted beans in a 183 square-foot potting shed and then delivered them to friends from his Peugeot wagon. Fifteen years later, Blue Bottle is now a small but mighty network of cafes in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, New York, Washington D.C., Miami and Tokyo. Improbably and delightfully, the company continues to grow, but remains united by the simple purpose of sourcing and roasting the world’s best, most sustainable coffees and serving them at peak deliciousness. To find out more, visit bluebottlecoffee.com.2017 GlobeNewswire, Inc.