Downtown San Antonio’s co-working space Geekdom is expanding to add classrooms and a podcast studio.
Two homegrown startups – one uses robots to create indoor maps, the other wants to automate utility bill assistance – will take up residency at the City of San Antonio for 16 weeks.
Geekdom and Alamo Angels will offer $25,000 to get a local entrepreneur’s idea off the ground, the groups announced Tuesday.
Do Lab is a community innovation and maker space lab full of advanced technology equipment that Geekdom members can use at no cost.
Editor’s Note: David Garcia Jr., the newly appointed chief operating officer at Geekdom, has a tech résumé that dates back to the 1990s when he worked as a retail sales manager at the Gateway computer store on San Pedro Avenue inside Loop 410, which longtime residents will remember for its spotted cow motif.