SXSW 2014 – It's not over yet.

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By Renee DeLaune   |   April 1, 2014

by Regina Kubelka

In March, tens of thousands descended upon Austin, Texas for the SXSW Music, Film, and Interactive Festival. Just when you thought the fun was over until next year, we are pleasantly reminded that SXSW Eco will be here this October 6 through 8!

Are we lucky, or what?

SXSW Eco attracts a global community to explore, engage and co-create solutions for a sustainable world. A uniquely inclusive platform for professionals, SXSW Eco examines the critical challenges of our times through a kaleidoscopic lens of design innovation, policy tipping points, technological breakthroughs, conservation practice, entrepreneurial spirit and a culture of creativity to transform inspiration into action.

“Creating that marketplace for exchange of ideas and progressive thinking is what South by Southwest Eco is all about.”
– Forbes

Get involved! The community is invited to submit the innovative session ideas that they would like to be considered. Sessions can be about proposal themes like Advocacy, Big Data, Design, Energy, Food Systems, Technology, or Water. Later, you can vote on what you hope to see at the event in October.

Submit your session idea to SXSW Eco 2014 PanelPicker by April 25!

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Check out the
SXSW Eco 2014 Flipbook to learn more!

At DeLaune and Associates, our team is no stranger to SXSW Eco proposal themes like Big Data and Technology. In fact, our technology writers pump out papers for IBM all year long that focus on using the latest technology innovations to build a smarter planet.

Building a sustainable world is what our great city is all about. Make your plans today to attend SXSW Eco 2014 and to get involved!

Learn more about how SXSW Eco is involved with sustainability at their Sustainability Blog.

Renee DeLaune

About the Author

Renee DeLaune is the President and Founder of DeLaune and Associates. Her insights on marketing in a variety of industries give a unique perspective on today's communication challenges.

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