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Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study
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Net2NO goes to SXSW - Case Study

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  • 1. SXSW A Story in Pictures
  • 2. 1 Bus
  • 3. 30 Ambassadors
  • 4. Trade Show
  • 5. Panels
  • 6. Participation
  • 7. Networking 30 people x 30 cards each= 900 personal connections
  • 8. More Networking
  • 9. Party
  • 10. Left Exhausted
  • 11. Left our Mark
  • 12. Aftermath
  • 13. Press
  • 14. Twitter
  • 15. “Evidence shows that educated and talented individuals working in the high growth clusters like biosciences, digital media, and the arts, increasingly have their choice of locations. Cities that can offer the physical environment and amenities, those we know New Orleans, and Downtown in particular, has in abundance, that are desired by these creative minds and firms, have a competitive advantage in retaining and attracting these individuals.” -Kurt Weigle, President & CEO of the Downtown Development District.

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