As featured on Jpost, some notable Israeli companies that will be there include Brandsforce (a technology platform for brands and PR agencies to build and nurture an effective online brand advocacy program), Conduit (white-label toolbars for web and mobile publishers with more than 250 million users including Major League Baseball, Fox News, Groupon, and more), Face.com (Facial recognition technology platform that is best known for its partnership with Facebook, scanning all public photos in your social network and suggesting tags for untagged faces), Hashtag Art (a tool to transform the posts and messages of your online fans and followers into a visual mosaic where the average visitor stays for more than 3.5 minutes – launched two years ago at SXSW), and Twtrland (a social analytics tool that builds profiles according to Twitter timelines, helping Twitter users connect and others understand the Twitter universe).
The presence of these Israeli companies in Austin marks Israel’s excitement and willingness to share its technological development with the world at large.
[…] Film…so many great ones! I wrote about a number of them earlier in the week, which you can scroll through in the Arts/Austin section here. So many worth listing but since I tend to cover things from a global and international perspective, a few call-outs worth noting include: Sunset Strip, The Taiwan Oyster, Bay of All Saints, Eden, The Black Balloon, Trash Dance, Wonder Women and a handful of others. (see the list of winners for 2012 here). Also see our Scottish Films overview here and Israel at SXSW here. […]