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London to Paris Charity Bike Ride with Salesforce

We’re hopping on our bikes and have our cycle jerseys at the ready as we join our friends at Salesforce for the London to Paris Charity Bike Ride on Wednesday 18th May.

In aid of the National Autistic Society, we are sponsoring and our very own Barbara Clarkson, Rob Oxley and Dan Cattermole are joining the team of riders taking on the 3-day challenge to cycle from Salesforce Tower in London to the Salesforce offices in Paris. Organised by our friend Dan Ingle at Salesforce, Dan shared his motivation to support that fantastic charity following his son’s diagnosis.

Autism is something that affects so many people with an estimated 1 in 100 people on the Autism spectrum in the UK. The National Autistic Society provides essential information, advice and support to autistic people and their families.

As part of our Pledge 1% commitment and our Be Kind ethos, we are delighted to be supporting the team and helping this amazing charity raise funds and awareness of neurodiversity, especially in the workplace. If you’d like to donate and find out more about Dan’s story visit their Just Giving page here.

We wish all the riders good luck and we’ll be sharing updates over on our Instagram so make sure you are following us for updates!

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We are now the Globant Salesforce Studio

We are delighted to announce that as of today CloudShift has become the Globant UK Salesforce Studio.

Following our acquisition by Globant over 18 months ago, the CloudShift team with now over 200 Trailblazing consultants will join the wider 2,000 strong global Salesforce practice, continuing to deliver successful digital transformations for our customers.

Read more about our transition here.