@RodneySampson’s Opportunity Hub Partners With Washington DC Economic Partnership To Create Coworking Pop Up Space At The WE DC HOUSE At SXSW 2015

SXSW

For Immediate Release

(Atlanta, GA) – From March 13th – March 17th during SXSW, the nation’s largest innovation, film and music festival, Opportunity Hub will create a coworking pop up space in partnership with The Washington DC Economic Partnership at their WE DC HOUSE strategically located across the street from the Austin Convention Center. SXSW delegates and guests will be able to cowork, connect, engage and interact at the WE DC HOUSE. Engaging talks, amazing networking events and lounge hours will be featured on a daily basis. To see the list of events and to RSVP, please visit WeDCHouse.com.

The #WeDCHouse is also the venue for the Innovators Dinner featuring Donna Byrd (Publisher, The Root), Van Jones (Founder, Yes We Code), Troy Carter (Lady Gaga’s former manager turned venture capitalist), Michael Seibel (Partner, Y Combinator), Chad Womack (Director of Innovation & Technology, United Negro College Fund), Candace Mitchell (Cofounder, Myavana/Techturized) and Erik Moore, Founder, Base Ventures.

Opportunity Hub’s Founder & CEO, Rodney Sampson, has also curated two amazing panels during SXSW. The interactive panels will feature OHUB Partners, Mentors & Investors In Residence.

March 15
Investors Looking For Diverse Startups To Fund
Austin Convention Center
5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

March 16
Creating Diverse Startup & Tech Ecosystems
Austin Convention Center
9.30 AM – 10.30 AM

Opportunity Hub Advisor, Paul Judge, will speak on a panel as well.

March 17
Influence: Future of Tech, Culture & Investing
Hilton Austin Downtown
12.30 PM – 1.30 PM

Social Media

Opportunity Hub Twitter: @OHUBAtl
Digital DC Twitter: @the_digital_dc
Movement 50 Twitter: @MVMT50
Hashtags: #OHUBSXSW #DreamBigger #WeDC #MVMT50 #Ecosystem #SXSW2015

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