SXSW PanelPicker: Vote Now

The SXSW 2017 PanelPicker is open for voting.

If you don’t yet have a SXSW account, sign up here. Then cast your vote for who you think deserves to get up on stage in Austin. But first, check out a few sessions from Havas:

#SnapTheVote: How Digital Dominated the Election
Kyle Britt & Michael Kinstlinger, Havas helia

• What will drive US voters to “Pokémon Go” to the polls this November? In a look back at the 2016 election, you’ll learn how digital tools can be used for good in politics. Vote here.

Imposter Syndrome: A Career in Social Media
Larry Lac, Havas Worldwide

• The social media voice behind brands like Dos Equis, Hershey’s, and ESPN talks about how to overcome the “imposter syndrome” all-too common in the industry. Vote here.

Why a NeuroDiverse Workforce Is the New Black
Laurel Rossi, Havas Worldwide Strat Farm

• By 2020, 1% of leading companies will employ individuals with intellectual disabilities, autism, and physical disabilities. Learn why neuro-diversity is the next hallmark of true inclusion. Vote here.

How to Build a Pop-Up Movement With Purpose
Samantha Wolf, Havas PR North America

• A millennial who leveraged her run for Congress to become an ambassador for brands with a cause, an entrepreneur who feeds the homeless with an app, and the innovation officer behind one of the largest social movements in history come together to talk about “pop-up activism.” Vote here.

It Only Hurts When I (Don’t) Laugh
Mauro Arruda & José Roberto Pereira, Havas Life

• Could laughter really be the best medicine? Find out why it’s time to change our approach to healthcare—and send in the clown doctors. Vote here.

I, Doctor: Between Technology and Shamanism
Mauro Arruda & José Roberto Pereira, Havas Life 

• In a few years, technology will be able to track your health and habits better than any doctor. What are the ethical limits of a health-connected world? Vote here.

Food Psychic Spotting Rising Trends B4 They Happen
Stephanie Clarke & Jennifer Myers, Havas PR

• A restaurateur that’s earned a reputation as one of the most intuitive minds in the industry. From college dropout to restaurant mogul, he’s developed a knack for spotting trends before they happen and sniffing out when popular tastes will veer from the expected. The question is, how does he do it? Vote here.