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.
Editor’s note: more than 200 civic and business leaders, engaged citizens and educators gathered in a vacant industrial space at the Rackspace Castle Tuesday to help produce a SA2020 Progress Report and Best Practices as the two-year-old initiative evolves from a statement of citywide aspirations to specific undertakings that are now being measured as on or off track.
Every city government loves to trumpet that good times are ahead and San Antonio is no exception.