The local healthcare industry is looking to open up channels of collaboration to create world-class health technology offerings in San Antonio.
Geekdom has selected six local startups for its Pre-Accelerator program, a six-week preparation and mentorship initiative.
The health care and bioscience industry – which brought in about $37 billion to the San Antonio economy in 2016 – wants to get geeky.
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.
When the Geekdom Community Fund launched, the plan was to give one check a month, but program organizers couldn’t settle on just one recipient.
Geekdom and Alamo Angels will offer $25,000 to get a local entrepreneur’s idea off the ground, the groups announced Tuesday.
CivTechSA, a residency program developed by the City’s Office of Innovation and Geekdom, is looking for startups to solve seven “civic challenges.”
Laura Thompson is launching a series of interviews with notable black community members on her television network, The African American Network.
Two San Antonio men have released a beta version a mobile app that might be especially welcomed by those who fall short on New Year’s resolutions.
Santa came early this year for pizza lovers with news that the owners of popular Northside restaurant Sangria on the Burg plan to open a new eatery in San Antonio’s downtown tech district this spring.