SalesLoft gives you the ability to view, edit, and access Salesforce Opportunities from the SalesLoft platform. By configuring Opportunity fields, you assign the information that is shared between Salesforce Opportunities and SalesLoft. SalesLoft has a select number of Opportunity fields that may be mapped to standard Salesforce Opportunity fields. To set your Opportunity field configuration to the standard Salesforce Opportunity fields, follow these steps:.
Additional custom fields can be added and mapped from the Field Configuration page and imported from the Salesforce Opportunity object, as fields that will be visible in the Opportunities panel. You may select to have read-only or use bi-directional fields.
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Over more experts, including Mayors or delegations from 35 cities, attended the March 18, Investor Summit to share learnings and pitch projects to investors. As Jeremy Nowak immediately recognized, the evolution of Opportunity Zones is an unprecedented exercise in bottom-up rather than top-down market making. While the federal government will ultimately write the basic rules, the evolution of the Opportunity Zone tax incentive will also take place via market norms and policy and practice innovations that are invented in one city and then replicated or adapted in rapid fashion across multiple communities.
Cities early on articulated their need for this new private investment, but only if the cost would not include displacement or gentrification. Investors early on focused on shovel ready deals in the right tracts with the right returns.
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Now the conversation is maturing on both sides of the aisle. Both sides of the equation—cities and investors—are immersed in learning the language of communities and their development pipelines, on the one hand, and the vernacular of private equity, impact and venture capital, and family offices, and their operations and needs, on the other.
With tight timelines—deals have to be ready by at least 7 years before the deadline to take advantage full advantage of the OZ tax incentive—questions abound. What does the financing look like, how can we routinize it, what are the capital stack prototypes, and, perhaps most important, how can cities get in front of the planning to help steer investment to those developments and businesses that will create jobs, build inclusive growth, preserve housing opportunities, and promote resilience and clean energy?