Schedule of events Palm Door
508 East 6th Street

10th March

@ 11:30am – 12:30PM

Virtual Storytelling: How to create emotionally resonant experiences

Explore how virtual storytelling can be used to connect emotionally with audiences like no other medium--creating immersive experiences that audiences won't forget.

10 March, Saturday @ 11:30am

@ 1:30pm – 2:30PM

This Content is Not Available: Combating Hate Speech Online

Join us as for a discussion with activists and thought leaders about how to battle hate speech online whilst preserving freedom of expression.

10 March, Saturday @ 1:30pm

@ 3:30pm – 4:30PM

Tech Clusters: Local Laboratories, Global Impact

Explore critical economic laboratories and how global collaboration is developing best practices for these new economy ecosystems.

10 March, Saturday @ 3:30pm

11th March

@ 11:00am – 12:00PM

Europa and Uncle Sam: Divorcing or Reconciling?

Hear Ambassador David O'Sullivan in conversation with Congressman Will Hurd on the evolving transatlantic partnership between the EU and the US.

11 March, Sunday @ 11:00am

@ 12:30pm – 1:30PM

New Tech, New Rules? Addressing Antitrust and Competition in the Digital Economy

Join us as we convene industry, thought leaders, and regulators for a discussion about approaches to competition and antitrust issues in the digital economy.

11 March, Sunday @ 12:30pm

@ 2:00pm – 3:00PM

Social Inclusion and Diversity: Thinking beyond ideology for sustainable cities

See why cities around the world are turning to social inclusion of their diverse populations as a key element for building their own long term economic growth.

11 March, Sunday @ 2:00pm

12th March

@ 2:30pm – 3:30PM

Upscaling European Animation

Join this session hosted by Moe Honan, the producer of Ooops! Noah Is Gone to learn more about the strong tradition and the potential of European animation. This session will give insights into the Animation success stories created in Europe and about the industry's plan to upscale on the global market.

12 March, Monday @ 2:30pm

@ 3:00pm – 4:00PM

Music & Policy: Can government drive monetization and protect rights in the digital age?

Watch this lively debate assessing what government and the music industry can do together to protect the future of music as it becomes increasingly digitized.

12 March, Monday @ 3:00pm