Five WeWork members who rocked at SXSW

I was fortunate enough to attend this year’s South by Southwest in Austin, and experience everything from tacos to Topo Chico—but my favorite thing was seeing the variety of WeWork members represented at the festival.

Chameleon Cold Brew—maker of an incredibly refreshing cold brew coffee—was featured alongside donut milkshakes, slow-mo cameras, and social media insights at the Spredfast Social Suite.

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Medici is an app that focuses on redefining the future of patient/doctor interactions so that you can access healthcare anywhere. Besides speaking on a panel called The Future of Dynamic Innovations in Healthcare, this member of Austin’s WeWork 600 Congress Ave held some fun activations for fellow WeWork members & even sponsored some SXSW swag.

A member of WeWork NoMad, RewardStyle announced the launch of their new app, liketoknow.it. Their #StartedWithAScreenshoot photo opp on Rainey Street in the heart of the festival was extremely popular.

Edge Tech Labs, based out of WeWork Crystal City, made the trek to Austin to share their Fret Zeppelin product, which uses LED lights that help you learn how to play guitar.

While these WeWork Congress members didn’t have to go far to be in the heart of SXSW, Chariot was able to show off how it is reinventing mass transit and providing riders a fast, affordable, and comfortable commute. They sponsored a concert by the band Magic Giant.

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