Vote for SponsorPay’s SXSW Panel!

The SXSW PanelPicker is live, meaning now is the time to cast your vote for SponsorPay’s panel submission. As many of you know, SXSW holds the golden reputation of conferences in the tech world. As the world leader in value-exchange advertising, we’re proud to contribute ideas and be a part of the rich dialogue that defines this event. But before we pack our bags and head to Austin, Texas in March, we need your support. Voters have a 30 percent say in whether our panel is selected for the SXSW lineup, so we’re relying on your enthusiasm! Read our panel teaser below, cast your vote and don’t forget to check back in as we announce additional panelists and related content!

From rappers to app-addicts, the world is rushing headlong into a new era of digital transaction. Jay-Z broke tradition with his Samsung-sponsored early album release, promising half a million fans exclusive access to his music through an app download. Now, the wave of innovation behind the hype is about to surge. This trend is called value-exchange, and it extends far beyond the bounds of the music industry. Whether consumers are watching TV, playing games, reviewing restaurants, or walking into a store, the value-exchange model dictates that they get digital rewards for their quality engagement. SponsorPay leads the value-exchange movement in mobile games, while apps like Viggle, Wikets, and Shopkick have introduced the trend to entertainment, leisure, and retail. This panel will illuminate why value-exchange is mutually beneficial, sustainable, and defining consumer engagement in the post-recession world.

We want to hear from you – tweet us your thoughts at @SponsorPay!


Read these next

Contact Us

    By sharing your information you are agreeing to receive communications in regards to any questions or requests submitted on this form. Fyber will keep your information solely for internal tracking purposes and will not use this information for any other purpose. You may request to delete the information provided at any time.

    If you send us a message by clicking the "Send" button, we use a recaptcha service provided by Google LLC to check whether the message was sent by a natural person or a computer program ("bot") in order to ensure that only valid user requests are forwarded to us. Google LLC processes personal information from your browser, such as your browser settings and your click behavior on this screen. Please refer to the Privacy Policy for further information on data processing procedures of our third-party services.

    Error: SSL certificate problem: certificate has expired