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Here are all the Brooklyn companies we know that are going to SXSW 2015, and whatever we know about why they’ll be there.
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Here’s that list. Hit us up in the comments if we missed you:
- Etsy will also be on a panel about building internal tools that your team will want to use, with Airbnb.
- Kickstarter is probably going. The crowdfunding giant definitely has a list of films that were funded on the platform that will be showing there.
- Amplify is one of the sponsors for SXSWedu, which kicked off Monday.
- VHX will present on film release strategies (we have some guesses about what they will say).
- According to the NYCEDC page for local firms in Austin, Huge will be present. In fact, the company has many people going.
- Northside Media will be there.
- Sparkplug is already in Austin and plans to stay through to the very end of the music festival, as we previously reported. The CEO told us that she is on a panel on building trust in the peer-to-peer economy, with Etsy (though we couldn’t find it listed).
- Small Girls PR will be there to help launch a new app, DJ-51, according to its blog. The app is supposed to be able to analyze a group of friends’ musical tastes and then create a music playlist that everyone will like.
- Brooklyn Boot Company is going. They may not really be a tech company but, man, do they want me to buy their boots on Twitter.
— Brooklyn Boot Co. (@BrooklynBootCo) March 10, 2015
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