Salesforce to plug $4bn in UK business for AI innovation

Also aims to drive job creation amid the continued digital skills shortage

Kelsey Rees
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Salesforce to plug $4bn in UK business for AI innovation

Salesforce has unveiled plans to invest $4bn in its UK business over the next five years.

The announcement comes as Salesforce kicks off its World Tour London: AI Day, the company's largest-ever UK event. The CRM vendor claims it is growing quickly in the UK, as companies invest in d...

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