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Tuesday, October 7 • 7:00pm - 10:00pm
20x2: What Were You Thinking? | 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

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Learn more about 20x2 and check out the full lineup at: http://20x2.org/

What happens when you take twenty handpicked creatives and luminaries, give them each two minutes before a live audience and the same (fuzzy) question to unravel? That's the premise behind 20x2, the popular event staged for the past fourteen years at SXSW Interactive, headed for the first time ever to Austin Startup Week.

Join us as our twenty wrangle with the question "What Were You Thinking?" You'll laugh, you may cry, and it wouldn't surprise us if you came away inspired. It's 20x2 at Austin Startup Week! 

Details:

What: 20x2
Which Is: Twenty Speakers. One Question. Two Minutes Each. 
When: Tuesday October 7th, 7pm 
Where: Elysium (7th & Red River, Austin)
The Question: "What Were You Thinking?"

Tuesday's Austin Startup Week lineup and 20x2 is supported by AT&T U-verse.    


Speakers
avatar for Phil Ajjarapu

Phil Ajjarapu

Musician
Lifetime sideman and session musician, fan of albums and songwriting, finally going for broke. Oh wait, I'm broke.
avatar for Eric Bandholz

Eric Bandholz

Founder, Beardbrand
Entrepreneurial individual with 10 years experience in marketing, sales, and design. Keen ability to build strong, lasting business relationships that result in fruitful partnerships. Ability to swim against the current, see the world differently, and stand out in the crowd.
avatar for Shane Bartell

Shane Bartell

Musician / Somebody Likes It
A little bit folk, a little bit shoegaze, Shane Bartell's influences can be traced to wan Brits like Morrissey and Thom Yorke.
avatar for Steve Basile

Steve Basile

B. D. Riley's
Steve Basile is an ex-New Yorker, former tech executive turned Irish Publican, happily blue in a red state.
avatar for Valerie Cason

Valerie Cason

Director, Sales & Marketing, InnoTech (Prospera Events)
The Austin Technology//Council is the voice of Technology in Central Texas
avatar for Hugh Forrest

Hugh Forrest

SXSW Interactive
Celebrating creativity at SXSW Interactive. Also, Boston Red Sox, good food, exercise when possible and sleep sleep sleep.
avatar for Ralph Hardesty

Ralph Hardesty

Storyteller / Comedian
A disco-dancing, Oscar Wilde-reading, Streisand ticket-holding friend of Dorothy, know what I'm saying?
avatar for John Wesley Coleman III

John Wesley Coleman III

Musician
Self-proclaimed “trash poet” John Wesley Coleman III incorporates indie rock slack with witty storytelling in his music.
avatar for Southpaw Jones

Southpaw Jones

Sr. Software Developer Analyst, UT Austin
avatar for Josh Kerr

Josh Kerr

Mentor / Investor, TechStars
avatar for Bob Khosravi

Bob Khosravi

Comedian
Alls I'm saying is I ain't too good to move a couch in order to get at a dropped m&m.
avatar for Kerri Lendo

Kerri Lendo

Moontower Comedy Fest
Sorry subconscious that represses my darkest fears, but these late night nachos aren't going to eat themselves.
avatar for Bob Metcalfe

Bob Metcalfe

Professor of Innovation | Murchison Fellow of Free Enterprise, University of Texas
Dr. Metcalfe was an Internet pioneer at MIT starting in 1970 and in 1973 received his PhD from Harvard. He invented Ethernet in 1973 and founded 3Com Corporation in 1979.
avatar for Jason Neulander

Jason Neulander

Intergalactic Nemisis
Jason Neulander is an internationally-acclaimed writer, director, and producer whose work fuses multiple artistic disciplines with technology to create unique and original theatrical and literary experiences.
avatar for Erin Passons

Erin Passons

Writer
You may know me as Joe the Policeman from the What's Goin Down? episode of That's My Mama.
avatar for The Que Pastas

The Que Pastas

Band
Playing music for the kid in everyone. Except Frank Frackleburger. He scares us.
avatar for Katie Pengra

Katie Pengra

Comedian
Katie Pengra is a part of the exploding Austin comedy scene where she has honed her adorably vulgar storytelling style.
avatar for Mando Rayo

Mando Rayo

Austin Breakfast Tacos
Mando Rayo is CEO and Engagement Strategist at Mando Rayo + Collective and co-author ofAustin Breakfast Tacos: The Story of the Most Important Taco of the Day.
avatar for Michele Skelding

Michele Skelding

SVP of Global Technology and Innovation, Austin Chamber of Commerce
SVP of Global Technology and Innovation for the Austin Chamber of Commerce, responsible for developing and executing the overall vision for greater Austin.
avatar for Mike Wiebe

Mike Wiebe

Riverboat Gamblers
I keep calling Tony Danza "tiny danca". He is getting super pissed but whatever... we're best friends.



Tuesday October 7, 2014 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Elysium 705 Red River St, Austin, TX 78701

Attendees (265)