Tickets for conference celebrating the Southeastern knowledge economy go on sale October 1
CHARLESTON, SC – August 6, 2012 – The first annual Dig South interactiveconference and expo has extended the call for presenters throughFriday, August 24. Due to strong interest, the conference has increasedthe number of sessions and the venue footprint.
Visit digsouth.com to apply to present. The line up will be announced September 4 with a Kickstarter campaign and tickets go on sale October 1 at digsouth.com.
Dig South is the premier interactive conference celebrating theSoutheastern knowledge economy. Held April 12-14, 2013 in Charleston,S.C., a city recently recognized by Mayor Joe Riley and Fast Companymagazine as “Silicon Harbor,” Dig South will explore the intersection oftechnology, social media, marketing and the arts.
Conference venues include Charleston Music Hall, College of CharlestonTD Arena and other surprise locations across the peninsula.
Presenters from around the region and across the U.S. will examine theconditions that uniquely position the Southeast as a hot spot for theknowledge economy. Dig South will introduce innovators and newplatforms, and explore how technology is enhancing our economy andimpacting our quality of life.
Modeled on SXSW and the AdAge Digital Conference, Dig South will connectleading brands with the smartest startups to discuss brandstorytelling, e-commerce, mobile marketing, software solutions, appdevelopment, location-based promotions, design, creativity, viral video,indie music, social media, startup funding, creative collaborations,the evolution of culture and much more.
Attendees and presenters will include digital marketers and strategists,members of the national media, software developers, technologyexecutives, entrepreneurs, arts professionals, musicians, researchers,inventors, investors, media planners and buyers, publishers, designersand many other leading creatives.
Live music, comedy improv, workshops, product activations and otherspecial events will be part of the weekend festivities. Additionaldiscussions will focus on creative collaborations across the region andhow the Southeast can expand partnerships and capitalize on regionalinitiatives.
Visit digsouth.com or email [email protected] for more information; find us on Twitter: @DIG_SOUTH and facebook: facebook.com/DigSouth.