#SXSW 2016 | DISCOVER THE MOST DISRUPTIVE FASHION VISUAL SEARCH

Wide Eyes Technologies joins forces with Decoded Fashion at #SXSW

Austin, almost at full capacity, is already starting to show signs of the SXSW rush. This night officially begins the South by Southwest Conferences & Festival, the premier destination for discovery of the world. This is a unique experience in which original music, independent films, and emerging technologies converge.

Also, this year The President Obama will go to the festival where he will call on tech creators and entrepreneurs “to apply their ideas and talents to make technology work for us”, according to official sources of SXSW organization.

But this edition of festival is not only interesting for the visit of Obama… Wide Eyes Technology is IN for the first time. We are very excited to announce that Wide Eyes Technologies is a part of the Decoded Fashion House at SXSW, which is the epicenter of the Fashion Tech universe.

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You can see a full list of speakers and events going on at the Fashion House here and you can check a demo of our evolved fashion visual search technology, that made waves at 4YFN (The Innovation Market of MWC) two weeks ago. A part of our team will also be there this Saturday and Sunday, so it is a great opportunity to talk to Rodolfo and Monica directly about what visual search can do for fashion industry and how our technology can make increase of sales and improve customer engagement.

If you would like to book a meeting with us please email to info@wide-eyes.it and we will make sure you get a spot on the calendar.
We hope to see you there!

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