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Sunday, March 9 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
SXSW Accelerator: Social Technologies

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SXSW Accelerator pitch event presented by Oracle is a platform to allow early stage technology startups to pitch their product and/or services to industry technology experts, high profiled media personnel, and Venture Capitalists / Angel Investors. Three companies that have advanced from the previous day and earlier round within the Social Technologies category will dazzle a live audience, panel of three judges and co-emcees with their ideas, innovations, product and/or service on Sunday, March 9. A grand prize winner for each category will be selected at the end of the day as part of the evening SXSW Accelerator Awards Ceremony.
The Social Technologies category includes technologies that enable personal connections. This category includes new and interesting uses, cases, products and services that push the boundaries of how we find, follow and share our lives with others.

View official listing on sxsw.com
http://schedule.sxsw.com/2014/events/event_IAP994351

Speakers
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Christine Herron

DirIntel Capital
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Brad King

Asst ProfessorBall State UniversityI'm a little bit country; I'm a little bit rock-and-roll. A former Wired and MIT Technology Review reporter, editor, and producer. Co-author of Dungeons and Dreamers. You can find out more about my life as a professor here: http://www.thedudeman... Read More →
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Benjamin Ling

PartnerKhosla Ventures
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Bob Metcalfe

Professor of InnovationThe University of Texas at AustinBob Metcalfe is an Internet Society Hall of Fame Pioneer. He started work on the Internet in 1970 at MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. He invented Ethernet at Xerox Parc in 1973. In 1979, the founded 3Com Corporation, which became... Read More →


Sunday March 9, 2014 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Hilton Austin Downtown, Salon AB 500 E 4th St

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