SXSW 2011: Canadian Panels To Vote For

Its that time again! As last year’s post showing the many Toronto (and eventually Canadian) panels up for voting was such a success I decided to give the list another go this year with the goal again to try to get as many Canadian Panelists into SXSW 2011! (And to make peoples dreams come true ;))

Find below an initial list of people who have submitted their panels up for review. This post is open to everybody, if you know of someone or have your own panel that you would like to submit feel free to @me on twitter or send me an email (


And theres more! Came across this great listing of Vancouver SXSW sessions on Tech Vibes. Not to take away from the awesome work done in creating the profiles you can check them out and vote for them HERE.

I know there are many other panels out there so folks let me know if you want your session up! For those coming across this post please support these adventurous folk share what they have to say in Austin this spring at SXSW.

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  1. Collin douma

    More Canadians to add to the list!

    Andrew Bailey ” What does Google TV mean for advertising industry?”

    Matt dipaola “Branded Entertainment: Do Brands Hurt Good Storytelling?”

    Jeff Vermeersch   “I’m a Flash Developer. Now what?”

  2. Kevin Richard

    Thanks Collin! Will add them asap!

  3. Hey Kevin – here’s another one from Meghan Warby (best title EVAR!)

    Bend Over? Surprise! Agencies Are Screwing You!

  4. Kevin Richard

    There definitely is going to be some interesting debate with that panel. Thanks for letting me know Maggie. Will there be any panels coming from SMG this year?

  5. Hey Kevin – I’m on the one with Saul and Ben Huh, Startup Marketing: more than just a Twitter account. Thanks for the awesome post!

  6. Hi Kevin, I’m looking to present with Jon Lax on the topic of value pricing, “Abolish The Hourly: How Value Pricing Wins Clients.”

    We’re a little late to the game on getting on the panel picker so any help in getting the word out would be great. This is an important industry topic and we’ll be building on our NXNE Interactive presentation/panel.


    NXNE panel summary and my deck:


  7. Kevin Richard

    Cool I actually have that one on the list! Good luck on voting!

  8. Kevin Richard

    Added yours to the list as well as voted. Good luck Lee!

  9. Twelve years, thank you very much. haha. If I remember coelrctry, there were about 300 people at the conference the first year I worked it. I’m really glad to hear that you enjoyed it, and that the dorksplosion in size hasn’t harmed the impact the conference has always had. Hope to see you back next year.

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