Three cities, three Frontiers

In the spirit of finding new ways to help teams work together, we’re bringing Frontiers to new places in 2018.


Clarity. Alignment. Empowerment. In a world of information abundance, these are the new metrics for organizational success. At Frontiers, we’ll share best practices to help leaders and their teams create the right conditions for collaboration. You’ll explore how new ways of working through Slack can accelerate performance, bring bigger gains, and keep your organization competitive as you boldly chart the new frontiers of work.

Save the date for Frontiers 2019

April 23-25, 2019 | San Francisco

Next year, we’re bringing everyone together for one big Frontiers event. Sign up now for updates about early registration.


What is Slack Frontiers?

Frontiers is a conference by Slack about the future of teamwork. It will feature a mix of keynotes, breakout sessions, and focused experiences, all aimed at providing actionable insights to leaders and their teams. Attendees can expect to learn how to work more effectively and to use Slack to accelerate performance and stay competitive far into the future.

Why should I attend?

Whether you’re leading or contributing to a team, Frontiers will offer the opportunity to focus on how teamwork is changing for your company and what those changes mean for the future. You’ll come away with concrete ideas you can apply in your organization. Get fresh information about how to accomplish more with new Slack features and partners.

Breakout sessions will feature two tracks on both achieving organizational transformation and acquiring practical knowledge about how to make your team more productive with Slack.

At Frontiers, you’ll experience:

  • Eye-opening keynotes from experts on leadership and organizational transformation
  • Insightful sessions on how to get the most out of Slack as the modern collaboration hub
  • Opportunities to connect with the incredible community of Slack customers and partners

Download Reasons to Attend PDF


I have another question, who should I contact?

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What you’ll find at Frontiers