SXSW V2V

SXSW V2V Kicks Off Its Community Meet Up Tour Next Week in Boston and New York

Our Community Meet Up tour kicks off this Monday evening, May 5, with our first stop in Boston, MA, where we are partnering with the Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE), to host the closing networking reception for their BerkleeICE / IE / Brown Venture Day.

Creativity and...

The SXSW V2V Community Meet Up Tour is Coming to a City Near You

It's official, SXSW is hitting the road this summer for our SXSW V2V Community Meet Up Tour. Leading up our second annual event in Las Vegas this July, the V2V team will be visiting other exciting startup communities around the country to spread the word about SXSW V2V and get...

Announcing Our First Batch of SXSW V2V Mentors: Register Now to Meet Them in July

After such a successful SXSW V2V Mentor Program in 2013, we are thrilled to announce our first batch of confirmed Mentors for the 2014 event. This is really an impressive crew of thought leaders from a variety of industries across the country. No matter where you are in the process...

Four Confirmed SXSW V2V Workshops: Register By April 25 To Save $250 on Walkup Fees

Earlier this week, community voting began on over 200 SXSW V2V proposals submitted to PanelPicker. Amongst these entries, we pulled four exceptional workshops to accept ahead of our May 21st announcement. See below for more details on each of these valuable sessions that will be held July 13-16 at...

John Maeda will keynote SXSW V2V 2014, which occurs July 13-16 in Las Vegas
Written by Hugh Forrest | April 23, 2014

SXSW V2V Keynote Speaker John Maeda Talks Creativity and Self-Confidence

The career arc of John Maeda includes stops at some of the geek world’s most lofty venues and institutions. Currently a Design Partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, he also chairs the eBay Design Advisory Council, serves on the boards of Sonos and Wieden+Kennedy, and is a member...

Is Las Vegas the nation's next great tech hub?
Written by Hugh Forrest | April 15, 2014

The Atlantic Explores Tony Hsieh and the Las Vegas Tech Scene

Forget San Francisco. Forget Portland. Forget Austin. Is Las Vegas America’s next great hotbed of technology and creativity? Derek Thompson of the Atlantic explores this question in a recently-published blog post:

The idea that Sin City also fancies itself the next great tech hub might have struck someone from...

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