Silicon Valley has bet on the romanticized image of 20-something entrepreneurs with disruptive ideas and boundless energy for years. But is it right?
CivTechSA, a residency program developed by the City’s Office of Innovation and Geekdom, is looking for startups to solve seven “civic challenges.”
CivTechSA is a civic innovation program aimed at developing solutions to community challenges in San Antonio.
Though the process isn’t very complex and could even be achieved without a calculator, many individuals fail to map out their financial future.
At Impact Guild, a dozen small businesses and startups have already drifted into the safe harbor and joined as members.
Many veterans miss the comradery when they leave the service. The co-working community at Geekdom can fill that void and offer professional opportunities.
Patriot Boot Camp will host its technology entrepreneurship education program for the military community at Geekdom from Feb. 3-5.
USAA has partnered with Geekdom to underwrite 50% of fees for military veterans, active duty military, and military spouses who sign up as new members.
Entrepreneur Bret Gardner realized the car-buying industry could do more to connect buyers and dealers, and thus launched his own concept to do just that.
The new brand will refocus the organization’s image on upward mobility and finally steer itself away from the confusion caused by its original name.