Tech Bloc announced the launch of “the largest local information technology industry campaign of its kind.”
The founders of MilTribe, an online military community marketplace, and third-place winners of the Tech Fuel startup competition, aren’t operating their business in stereotypical start-up fashion.
The excitement was palpable Thursday morning as City, County and tech leaders streamed into the Geekdom Event Center in the Rand Building downtown.
Will Garrett, the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce’s cybersecurity guru who leads the industry-focused Cybersecurity San Antonio initiative, gave City Council committee members a small taste Tuesday of the “big news” that will be announced Thursday morning at Geekdom.
Many students at Trinity University are on their way toward entrepreneurial pursuits during and after college.
The elevator dings and the metal doors slide open.
Less than two weeks from now, a coalition of at least 35 public and private sector partners will lead the City of San Antonio’s first formal presence at South by Southwest Interactive Festival, March 11-16.
Everyone at the Rivard Report shares this commitment: We want to be the leading media platform that connects and engages the people of San Antonio with lively, trusted news and commentary.
Chris Duel, one of San Antonio’s most energetic radio personalities over the last decade, is suddenly going tech and science on us and taking his Geek-inspired game to KLRN-TV public television.
San Antonio Startup Week – five days of programming aimed at experts, beginners and even passersby of the local information technology industry – kicks off on Monday, Feb.