From cloud-based companies, such as Google and Rackspace Hosting, to your bank’s mobile app for depositing a check, the society we live in is driven by technology and powered by entrepreneurs as business builders and job creators.
Like all cities, San Antonio appreciates seeing its name in the lights.
My parents always said, “The one thing no one can take away from you is your education.”
Neither of them went to college.
As I sat across from Annie Labatt, her bright, blue eyes were glimmering with passion as she described the recent success of her lecture at the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA).
How do you tell your story or sell your idea in seven words or less?
“Why did you move to San Antonio?” It’s a question I have heard a lot since moving my family here nearly a year ago. While my wife and I moved here primarily to be close to family, good weather, my school, and the Air Force, my reply more often than not is simply: “Because I go to college here at The Culinary Institute of America.
Talk to most young professionals, or anyone engaged in seeing San Antonio progress, and you start hearing the same things.
The “Story of San Antonio” has never been merely that: one city, one story, one voice.