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2014 SXSW Party List Expert Insight

by Larry Chiang on February 12, 2014

By Larry Chiang

The opinion I have that other people do not have about SXSW: Best parties will be impromptu, secretive. And biased.

Completely. Off. The. Grid.

Partying at SXSW is tough. Registering for the right events is tougher. On one side of the spectrum is “outsourcing your curation of events and RSVP” process. You can pay 30 or 40 dollars to have someone RSVP for you. In essence, the $40 chases the $2k you’ve already invested in lodging and a flight.

For the “price” of a blog post, you can get a $895 ‘comp’ to the Larry Chiang’s Entrepreneur Experience at SXSW (THE Party List for Austin Texas) – It’s on Eventbrite

What I’m imploring you, the SXSW newbie, to do is to effen pre network SXSW using WORDPRESS. Adding me on FourSquare won’t help you. Connecting with me on LinkedIn, won’t help either. Don’t be a lazy networker and pre blog. Pre-establish you intention for THIS SXSW. Reach out via text message for help


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