Get to know the New EU Salesforce MVPs!

Salesforce has just announced the new batch of MVPs to join the brilliant Salesforce MVP community. The MVP programme recognises exceptional individuals within the Salesforce community for their leadership, knowledge, and ongoing contributions. These individuals represent the spirit of the community and what it is all about.

In the EU we now have 3 new MVPs!


  • Samuel De RyckeSamuel De Rycke (@SamuelDeRycke); Our first continental Europe MVP (I’m excluding Carolina from this as she’s mainly based in the UK 🙂 ) ! Samuel is based in Belgium working for ABSI which is one of the oldest partners in Benelux. I first met him in Paris at the #Salesforce1Tour a great guy! He’s a very worthy moderator of Salesforce Stack Exchange! Co-organiser of the Belgium Salesforce Developer User group and a really great photographer!

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