Set the Stage (or the Table!) for SXSW 2019!

By Christina Luppi
August 24, 2018
We are really excited about our work with the Produce Marketing Association (PMA) this past year, and now we have the chance to bring it to the world stage at South by Southwest (SXSW) in Austin, Texas in 2019!  If you’re not familiar, SXSW started as a music-focused festival decades ago and has since morphed into one of the largest events for creative people, fresh start-ups, and innovative companies from all over the world to gather and share their insights and ideas.  We have the opportunity to be a part of it next year, alongside the great minds from the PMA and The Wonderful Company, but we need your help to get us there!
The video below, featuring Lauren Scott, the CMO of the PMA, describes the research we’ve done into drivers of your behavior as it relates to dietary decisions and helping people understand how they can change their behavior in order to make healthier choices:

Below is a link to our proposed 2019 SXSW session. Please click the link to vote it up!

  • Go to
  • Read their proposed session description and/or watch the video
  • Create a SXSW account to cast your vote
  • Click on the “Vote Up” button on the left side of your screen
  • Leave a comment if you like
  • That’s it!

Voting is open until August 30th and your vote is crucial as Community Votes comprise 30% of the final decision, so we thank you in advance for your support and we hope to be able to bring you more great content from SXSW in 2019!

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