Day five. Our last full day at SXSW2018 (sobs) followed on in the same pattern as the previous four. Full of inspiring ideas, amazing presentations and an incredible amount of insight into what the future holds for marketing, technology and the world as we know it. Here's our top three from day five: 1. Nonny De La Pena Keynote -...

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Day Four - multi-dimensional experiences With the trade-show opening, the music festival beginning, Sadiq Khan visiting town and a range of talks including topics such as AR in sneakers (ok trainers…), how absurdity sells cinema tickets and the six secrets of storytelling, South By is certainly delivering a multi-faceted experience…top three: 1.     Trade Show – with acres of the latest...

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Day three.  A glimpse into the future. While Liam was trialling the latest in augmented reality from Bose, Craig heard directly from the awe inspiring Elon Musk about his plans for Tesla and the incredible SpaceX programme. The future, Facebook IQ's Global Director Ann Mack argues, is already around us, we just need to know how to leverage the new...

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Day two. WTF. That’s What’s The Future as Tim O’Reilly would explain the acronym most commonly used in a different way. And today I used both versions. In amongst sessions on the future of interacting with the internet, content marketing and Facebook, we squeezed in demonstrations of the latest Google Home automation tech, a look at the future of AI...

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Facebook's @KaitlynWilkins : 'At Facebook, we look at marketing for people, not marketing at people. Data is the secret sauce for personalised content.'

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10 tips for astounding communities from Facebook's @AndrewJKeller #sxsw

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Day one at SXSW 2018 certainly lived up to expectation and was full of inspiring talks, thought provoking innovations and incredible ideas from some of the brightest minds across the world. Here's our top three from day one at SXSW: The Anatomy Of a Trend - WGSN Managing Director Carla Buzasi revealed some of the biggest trends emerging between now...

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@gilzky "Often, we don't dream big enough" #SXSW18

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Facebook Head of News Product, Alex Hardiman: 'There will be less news in people's news feed, but we are making sure that the news you do see is high quality.'

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