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The Austin - International Tech Summit is co-hosted by SXSW, The Austin Chamber of Commerce and High Beam events. Attendance to this special event is by advance invite only. The Austin - International Tech Summit will feature 80 representatives from the local Austin tech industries, as well as 120 delegates from various countries who will be exhibiting at the SXSW 2012 trade show. Participating countries include France (including the cities of Angers, Bordeaux, and Paris), Singapore (coordinated by IDA and MDA), Germany (incl. the cities of Berlin and Hamburg), Ireland (coordinated by Enterprise Ireland), The Netherlands (coordinated by Handelsroute.nl), UK (including Wales, Scotland N. Ireland, as coordinated by UKTI Houston & Chinwag), Australia & New Zealand (coordinated by Austrade and SXSW), Spain (as coordinated by the Embassy of Spain in Miami), Finland (as coordinated by the Finnish Mobile Association), Brazil (as coordinated by MG Limited), Japan (as coordinated by the SXSW office in Tokyo), Israel (as coordinated by the Government of Israel Economic Trade Office) and Canada (as coordinated by the Canadian Trade Commission). If you are a SXSW Interactive, Gold or Platinum registrant and you live in Austin, then please e-mail Michelle Johnson at mjohnson at austin chamber dot com to get on the waiting list invite list for this event.
You wanted it, you got it. For the first time, SXSW Interactive is hosting an all-day SketchCamp with the team at sunnibrown.com. Come to the Palm Door to learn how to storyboard your SX experience, live sketch your next career move, or rapid prototype a happiness device. Get a first-class education in visual thinking from creatives like Sunni Brown, Jon Kolko and Stacy Weitzner. And if you need more convincing, there will be free beer. But you'll have to draw a picture to get some.
If photography is your vocation, your avocation, or simply an iPhone obsession, you won't want to miss SXSW's first-ever, day-long PhotoCamp. To give you the opportunity to meet other photo-minded folks, discuss the topics most important to you, and identify potential creative collaborators, each 60-minute PhotoCamp session will include facilitated group discussions, followed by 30 minutes of free time to connect with potential collaborators one-on-one. 9:30-10:30: What kind of collaborator am I? Improve creatively by defining your strengths and weaknesses. 11:00-12:00: Are we collaborating yet? An open discussion of collaboration models. 12:30-1:30: Everyone knows everything. Learn from others' collaboration lessons and revisit your own. 2:00-3:00: Open networking.
9th–13th March 2012