San Antonio has made progress in its aim to become a tech city, but work remains to be done, industry leaders said Tuesday at downtown startup hub Geekdom.
International coworking company WeWork says it wants to find “the right opportunity” in San Antonio, “but nothing has been signed as of yet.”
It all started with Geekdom in 2011, which is why members, alumni, and newcomers gathered Friday evening to celebrate the co-working space and small business incubator’s seventh birthday.
A six-week program, known as The District, will begin at Geekdom this February. The trade school will aim to provide aspiring startup founders and innovators an education in entrepreneurship.
Passage of any of the three charter measures muscled on to the Nov. 6 ballot by the firefighters union and their out-of-town paid petition peddlers would bring San Antonio’s momentum to an ugly stop.
In a development that local tech leaders said legitimizes the city’s budding tech district, WeWork will open a downtown San Antonio co-working space in late 2019, the company confirmed Friday.
Former San Antonio Mayor Henry Cisneros is turning the former print shop his grandfather and uncle ran into 8,000 square feet of office space for technology startups.
Reckon Point is poised to make a bid to develop an app to help people find their way around the San Antonio International Airport.
Geekdom’s co-founders touched on a range of subjects Monday in a “Fireside Chat” about the tech ecosystem in the city.
The staff of the nonprofit news website has outgrown its Rand Building offices in San Antonio’s Houston Street tech corridor.