Designed to showcase San Antonio’s tech ecosystem, SA Tech Trek drew larger than expected crowds eager to peek into the offices of downtown startups.
With San Antonio’s population projected to grow by 1 million by 2040, the need for affordable housing will be even more pressing.
A new Fiesta event – a “tech crawl,” if you will – aims to lure technology enthusiasts downtown to mingle in San Antonio’s growing tech district.
Startup Grind is a Silicon Valley-based organization that educates and mentors entrepreneurs through monthly business events and speaker series.
What started as a group project in an entrepreneurship class at Trinity University blossomed into my first startup.
Many veterans miss the comradery when they leave the service. The co-working community at Geekdom can fill that void and offer professional opportunities.
Right smack dab in the middle of the more than 72,000 creatives attending the SXSW Conference in Austin was San Antonio’s “cultural embassy.”
Students, startup veterans, and those who want to learn more and get connected can go to Startup Week’s various sessions to learn, mix, and mingle.
From deep in the heart of the Southside to the far Northeast side, the promise of a rising real estate market means a greater economic outlook for the city.
*This story was originally published in July 2016.