SXSW

Meetup: Chile goes to SXSW!

The time rushes by and SXSW it´s just around the corner!!! We are more than excited about this awesome festival and if you are thinking about going, here is your chance to clear up all your doubts!

For this week´s Wednesday Meetup we invite you to come out to hear about what Chile is planning for this big Festival!

In this week meetup  you´ll get the chance to meet  Stephen Marks,  he is the Principal of Emmersion, and he will speak on strategies to make the biggest impact possible while at the conference. He has help in the creation and coordination of event and marketing during 8 years’ at South by Southwest and today is collaborating with Start-Up Chile and Prochile to provide insight and encourage people to “Go South: Innovate!” at SXSW Interactive.

Stephen will describe strategies for networking, meeting potential parters, connecting with social media and tech influencers to generate buzz, and plans to increase awareness for Chile by setting up several networking events throughout the conference.

You don´t want to miss this huge opportunity!!

What is SXSW Festival:

The Interactive portion of the conference features five days of presentations, networking events, and special programs promoting new innovations in technology. Some of the more notable start-ups that were launched or became viral thanks to SXSW Interactive include: Foursquare, Twitter, Foodspotting, GroupMe, TaskRabbit, Zaarly, and Banjo.

Come out to start generating your plan of attack to make it an epic#SXSWChile 2013!

When? Wednesday February 27th, 2013 7:00 P.M.

Where? Zully (Concha y Toro 34, Santiago Centro, Santiago)

Sign Up HERE

 

Schedule:

7.00 pm: Welcome
7.30 pm: Meetup
8.00 pm: Beers & Networking

9.00 pm: After Party
( http://www.hoyenlanoche.com/wednesday/ )

 

 

 


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