*Sponsored* The 2019 Stumberg Venture Competition has selected five unique new Trinity startups.
*Sponsored* A medical startup founded by two Trinity students has a functioning prototype and is launching into beta testing.
Silicon Valley has bet on the romanticized image of 20-something entrepreneurs with disruptive ideas and boundless energy for years. But is it right?
More than 70 people gathered for “Capitalism: A Tool for Social Justice,” presented by the Young Professionals Network of LiftFund.
Two Trinity University professors are designing a new program to help artists think like entrepreneurs.
The free event will showcase various industries, offering insights, inspiration, and networking opportunities to local entrepreneurs and community members.
Myra Evans-Manyweather greets people with a smile, a hug, and warm words.
What makes an entrepreneur?
Café Commerce only opened nine months ago, but the numbers suggest success as the non-profit helps build and nurture San Antonio’s entrepreneurial community.
VentureLab, a San Antonio nonprofit that has taught courses to entrepreneurs aged 5-18 for more than two years, is seeking volunteers to help teach students about the applied sciences and creative problem-solving needed to start their own businesses.