When people think of SXSW, they often imagine hipsters, rockers, actors, and drunkards descending down upon my hometown Austin. But I'm here to tell you that it's more than "spring break for adults."
I've attended SXSW Interactive for the last decade. During these conferences, I've networked with amazing social strategists like Jeremiah Owyang and Guy Kawasaki; discovered new technologies (hello, I got on Twitter in March 2007); and learned practical tips on how to build a word-class social program. So, if you are going to this year's event, we would love to connect with you!
Take a break from the intensity of the sessions and the hustle of the bars. We are hosting an old-skool house party.
We'll have plenty of local food, including a mini-taco bar; an open bar stocked with Austin's best brews; and tunes spun by my favorite mixmaster, DJ Chicken George.
It's more than just a scene from a cheesy teen movie. The best part of this intimate event will be the conversation. We are going to have plenty of networking opportunities, including real-life #tagging, and customers from companies like National Instruments.