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San Antonio Biotech Startup Intrinsic Imaging Acquired for $80M - Link

- Startups San Antonio’s Iris Gonzalez
Intrinsic Imaging, a biotech startup that provides imaging support mainly to clinical trial vendors, has been acquired by WCG Clinical, Inc. for $80 million. According to the S-1 form filed with the SEC on July 1, WCG Clinical purchased Intrinsic Imaging’s artificial intelligence (AI) radiology imaging support services to add the innovative capability to their “proprietary suite of technology-enabled solutions.”

Mercury Fund-affiliated SPAC opens $175M IPO, targets e-commerce acquisition - Link

- Houston Business Journal’s Chris Matthews
"Mercury Ecommerce Acquisition Corp., a blank-check company with leadership from Houston-based venture capital firm Mercury Fund, commenced its initial public offering July 28.

The special purpose acquisition company, or SPAC, announced July 27 it priced the IPO's 17.5 million units at $10 each, which would generate proceeds of $175 million."

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August 1 - August 5

SEAL 2021 Decision Day


SEAL 2021 Decision Day
Thursday, August 5, 2021 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM CDT
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  • A-LIST 2021 Nominations - Austin Chamber of Commerce - Link
  • Elisa Sepulveda Joins the MATH Venture Partners Team — MATH Venture Partners - Link
  • Austin Next Podcast: Austin Now with Marc Nathan - Link [I really enjoyed this conversation with Michael Scharf and Jason Scharf]
  • Business Facilities 2021-Rankings - Link [Austin-San Marcos- Round Rock Fastest Growing Metro]
  • Rollick and Kenect Integrate to Enhance Online Buying for Recreation Dealers - Link
  • Diversity-Focused College Counseling Platform SchooLinks Raises $8 Million Series A - Link
  • Eterneva Raises $10M Series A to Reimagine the Experience Around Loss - Link
  • The startup turning human ashes into diamonds - Challengers by Freethink - YouTube - Link
  • ConverseNow is targeting restaurant drive-thrus with new $15M round - TechCrunch - Link
    - TechCrunch's Christine Hall
  • QuotaPath raises $21.3M in Insight Partners-led round to help sales teams better track commissions - Link
    - TechCrunch's Mary Ann Azevedo
  • Startup Tech Company Helping Austin Restaurants Thrive Post COVID-19 - Link
  • Eterneva Lands $10 Million to Help People Grieve by Making Diamonds From Cremated Ashes - Link
  • From Coffee to Computers, Trade Ties Between Texas and Panama are Strong - Link
    - Silicon Hills News' Laura Lorek
  • Willie Nelson, startup supporter? - Link
  • STRAP Technologies, Groundbreaking Device to Aid the Visually Impaired, Announces New Hire - Link
  • Business Excellence Awards Challenge - Link
    - Austin Startups
  • Nonprofit mixes things up with podcasting workshop for Austin chicas - Link
  • ‘Tinder for job seekers’ app swipes into Austin for U.S. debut - Link
  • New photos show construction of Tesla’s Austin factory is in high gear - Link
  • Lyft travels to the future with new self-driving cars coming to Austin - Link
    - Culture Map Austin
  • How to stop reeking of desperation when you job hunt - Link
  • Airbnb has blocked 50K+ bookings for being too big during COVID-19 - Link
  • TL;DV summarizes video meetings so folks can catch up in quickly *with* context - Link
  • Twitter experiments with “dislike” button in the lamest way possible - Link
  • Study: Employers are inadvertently punishing women that suffer from Endo - Link
    - The American Genius
  • Is Austin really that expensive? Here's how rent stacks up against other major cities - Link
  • Elon Musk announces Tesla’s record-breaking Q2 from Giga Texas site in Austin - Link
    - Austonia
  • University of Texas System Board of Regents Votes to Approve University of Texas at Austin Joining the Southeastern Conference - Link
  • Older Adults Are Happier When Space Matches Personality - Link
  • Could the Death of a Corporate Handout in Texas be a Turning Point Nationwide? - Link
  • Joint Statement from The University of Texas at Austin and The University of Oklahoma - Link
  • Legislature’s Fix of Texas Electric Grid is OK for Today, Not for Tomorrow - Link
    - University of Texas
  • AI-Powered Ordering Assistant ConverseNow Raises $15M Series A - Link
  • Built In's Featured Companies of the Month - Link
  • Literati Just Released a New Product. Here's How They Plan to Grow. - Link
  • Proactive Communication Helps Clients Succeed. Here's How to Get It Right. - Link
  • Fetch Raised $60M, Facebook Expands, and More Austin Tech News - Link
  • Want To Find Success? Learn How To Manage Up - Link
  • Eterneva Raises $10M Series A to Turn Loved Ones' Ashes Into Diamonds - Link
    - Built in Austin
  • Best Places to Work: Allure Real Estate culture stronger than ever - Link
  • Vacasa to go public after buying Austin's TurnKey Vacation Rentals - Link
  • Viewpoint: Vaccinated? Downtown Austin needs you back - Link
  • Lithium-ion battery maker picks Arizona over Texas for $500M factory - Link
  • Vertalo expanding HQ, adding staff after $5M funding - Link
  • Texas recognized as top state for semiconductor activity, among other accolades - Link
  • Valhalla Esports Lounge on way to recovery after bankruptcy - Link
  • Real Estate Roundup: Rocket maker Firefly buys HQ building; $4M in apartment upgrades planned after sale - Link
  • Journal Profile: Austin Chamber CEO Laura Huffman turns to nature to unwind - Link
  • San Antonio Spurs invest in Austin gaming company - Link
  • 34 nominated for 2021 Family Business Awards - Link
  • Banger's survived pandemic with an executive coach's help, healthy dose of spirituality - Link
  • Viewpoint: Want to improve Austin? Start with housing policy, ABOR chief says - Link
  • Why Gelesis is going public with Clayton Christopher's SPAC - Link
  • Google delays office reopening, will require most workers to be vaccinated against Covid-19 - Link
  • Here’s how Austin’s housing market compares to the rest of Texas - Link
  • Exclusive: Cassava Sciences shares soar on optimism about Alzheimer's drug — can it sustain stock market climb? - Link
  • Tyson Tuttle to step down as Silicon Labs CEO - Link
  • Austin loses out on Smart Wires HQ relocation - Link
  • AffiniPay has new CEO - Link
  • Ubeo keeps growing, now has 17 acquisitions under its belt since 2017 - Link
  • The Chive CEO John Resig talks failure, culture & competing for talent in Austin - Link
  • Learning from small and medium-sized enterprises: 3 values that drive success - Link
  • Army Futures Command, ACC completes first phase of training program - Link
  • Texas restaurants starving for billions more in Covid relief - Link
  • UT's potential move to SEC could boost Austin tourism - Link
  • M&A wrap: ESO, Removery, Grande Communications, Flueid grow through buyouts - Link
  • New Google tower already reshaping Austin's skyline - Link
  • Who are Austin's fastest-growing companies? - Link
  • Eterneva raises $10M for memorial diamonds - Link
  • In the money July 26: $123M in deals reported - Link
    - Austin Business Journal & Austin Inno's Brent Wistrom
  • Austin auto sales: Eager consumers, but dealers battling supply shortages - Link
    Four Austin startups combine to raise nearly $60 million - Link
    Tuttle to step aside as CEO of Silicon Labs - Link
  • Texas economic sectors expand , even as virus worries grow - Link
  • Analysis: UT, OU move will be financial blow to jilted Big 12 cities - Link
  • Thermo Fisher Scientific expanding in Austin, adding hundreds of jobs - Link
  • Silicon Labs shifts focus to Internet of Things business - Link
    - Austin American-Statesman

  • Tribe Gaming secures investment from San Antonio Spurs parent company - Link
    - Esports Insider
  • Texas Biomed Levels Playing Field for Female Scientists - Link
  • New Dominion Enterprises Wins Air Force Phase 2 SBIR Funding for Energy Innovation - Link
    - Startups San Antonio’s Iris Gonzalez
  • As riders return to the streets, is it time for more scooters? City says no. - Link
  • Former Fort Worth official is San Antonio’s new economic development director - Link
  • ‘A lot of different factors in play’ as theaters and music groups reemerge from pandemic dormancy - Link
  • As tourism ramps up and hotels raise wages, workers play hard to get - Link
    - San Antonio Report
  • GUEST COLUMN: 10 Ways to Raise More Money in 2021 - Link
  • Nominations deadline extended for the inaugural SABJ Diversity & Inclusion awards - Link
  • Largest local employers continue to struggle to fill job openings - Link
  • Boerne looking to grab some of Hollywood's business - Link
  • Can a surge in leisure travel spare SA greater economic losses? - Link
  • Lyft, Uber to get new SA competitor via zTrip expansion - Link
  • USAA adds diversity, equity and inclusion leader - Link
  • City names new workforce, economic development executives - Link
  • Spurs invest in Austin-based gaming company - Link
  • Hill Country city opens new incubator space - Link
  • DOD decision critical to East SA innovation district plan - Link
  • Geekdom Fund raises nearly $1 million for two startups - Link
  • Keller Williams taps local leader for national role - Link
  • These are the best industries to work for in the San Antonio area - Link
  • Site expert: SA candidate for Amazon-backed vehicle assembly facility - Link
  • Local tech leaders hope to spur entrepreneurs in wake of Rackspace layoffs - Link
    - San Antonio Business Journal
  • Data center operator CyrusOne ‘separates’ with CEO Bruce Duncan, brings back co-founder David Ferdman - Link
    - Dallas Morning News
  • She Represents: Courtney Caldwell - Link
    - Dallas Weekly’s Sherri Yarbrough
  • Cypress Growth Capital Invests in MedChat - Cypress Growth Capital - Link
  • 🔒 Fort Worth oil and gas company forms SPAC to take energy company public as IPOs stay strong - Link
  • Fort Worth Mayor to 2021 40 Under 40 class: Time to move from shadow of Dallas - Link
  • Nathan Davis, 31 - Link
  • Diana Khaled Awde, 39 - Link
  • Devan L Allen, 39 - Link
  • Douglas S. Cooper, 36 - Link
  • Rachel Clark-Kennedy, 33 - Link
  • Clayton Comstock, 39 - Link
  • Tracy Reneé Williams, 38 - Link
  • Kadee Coffman Blair, 35 - Link
  • Megan Cano Dobbertien, 32 - Link
  • Jeff Davis, 36 - Link
  • Cliburn CEO, Jacques Marquis, has something you gotta hear - Link
  • CEO Mike Brown explains the who, the what and the, Y - Link
  • California company opening manufacturing site in Fort Worth, bringing 140 jobs - Link
  • 🔒 In Market: What is Hip? - Link
  • Sara Richardson promoted to VP for Advancement - Link
  • 🔒 Dallas-Fort Worth area ranked No. 2 for commercial, multifamily starts for first half of 2021 - Link
    - Fort Worth Business Press
  • 6 Dallas companies rank among best U.S. employers for millennials - Link
    - Culture Map Dallas
  • Texas Health Huguley’s $73 Million Expansion - Link
  • Toyota Tech Lawyer Wande Elam Shares the Importance of Mentoring in DEI - Link
  • Reimagining the Airport as the New Town Square - Link
  • Local Chefs Have Headed to Farmers Branch - Link
  • Key Trends That PE Fund Managers and Their Portfolio Companies Are Paying Attention to Post COVID-19 - Link
  • Why the Dallas Moving Surge Is Here to Stay - Link
  • Dallas Retail Roundup: Boho Hat Shops, Custom Furniture Studios, Dorm Décor Pop-Ups, and More - Link
  • Behind the Deal: Texas Rangers Co-owner Launches Top Tier Sports Investment Fund - Link
  • Finalists Announced: D CEO‘s Corporate Counsel Awards 2021 - Link
  • Junior Achievement Announces 2022 Business Hall of Fame Inductees - Link
    - D Magazine
  • Successes - The Dallas Innovation Resource Guide - Link
  • Dallas’ Buff City Soap Names Former Topgolf COO Craig Kessler To Be Its New CEO - Link
  • DI People: Buff City Soap, Comerica Bank, Sally Beauty, and More Make Moves - Link
  • BILT Raises $9M in Funding to Expand 3D Intelligent Instruction App - Link
  • Dallas Digital Real Estate Startup Nada Closes $2.5M Seed Round - Link
  • OneDay Raises a $19M Series B Funding Round to Continue Expanding Its Video Storytelling Tech Across Industries - Link
  • ‘Age of Empires’ Legend Wants to Make Dallas the Center of the Gaming Universe - Link
  • Calling Female Founders: The $100,000 Investment Challenge at the Women in Tech Summit Could Be Your Fast Track Into Capital Factory - Link
  • The Man Factor: Dallas-Based Reproductive Services Inc. Offers “First At-Home Solution” For Filling The IVF Cup - Link
  • Plano-based Martin UAV to be Acquired by Shield AI - Link
  • Watch Out Wyoming: Could the Texas Blockchain Council Turn Texas Into America’s Blockchain and Crypto Capital? - Link
  • Winners Announced for the Children’s Health Innov8 4 Kids Hackathon - Link
  • Dallas Invents: 127 Patents Granted for Week of July 13 - Link
  • Aussie-Based Spot Parking Kicking Tires For DFW Business Opportunities - Link
  • Here Are the Top 25 Companies to Work For in Dallas-Fort Worth, According to LinkedIn - Link
  • Dallas Health Solutions Startup MediBookr Acquired by Plano’s Catalyst Health Network - Link
  • TPG Rise Climate Raises $5.4 Billion To Help Build Climate Solutions Worldwide - Link
  • ICYMI: What’s New and Next in Dallas-Fort Worth Innovation Today - Link
  • A Slice of Fashion: Plano-Based Pizza Hut Drops Tastewear Line - Link
  • Dallas-Based Delta Agriculture Rebrands as a Full-Scale Industrial Hemp Supplier - Link
  • Southwest Airlines Expands Partnership With Sabre to ‘Welcome Business Travelers Back to the Sky’ - Link
  • RedBird Capital’s Andrew Lauck On Recent Deals, the Firm’s Deep Texas Footprint, and Playing the Long Game - Link
    - Dallas Innovates
  • Meet Dekos Capital, Dallas' newest search fund - Link
  • Dallas-based renewable company receives major financing for wind projects - Link
  • After choosing Dallas area over California for HQ, tech firm eyes growth, first outside funding - Link
  • Making moves: A roundup of North Texas tech and startup hires, departures in July - Link
  • Follow the money: A roundup of DFW tech fundings, M&As and investor activity in July - Link
  • Why West Coast firm picking NC over Texas for HQ could indicate a shift in relocations - Link
  • Form D Friday: Dallas hedge fund opens new fundraising vehicle - Link
  • Fort Worth oil and gas firm backs new blank check company - Link
  • SoCal manufacturer bringing new facility, 140 jobs to Fort Worth - Link
  • Dallas private equity firm acquires fourth platform in e-commerce space - Link
  • This marketing CEO says his company is using data and empathy to help solve his clients' biggest problems - Link
  • For CEO of Urban Air, 2020 provided the opportunity for a bounce to Unleashed Brands - Link
  • She's passionate about her firm's private credit practice and her resource for parents - Link
  • Her consulting practice helps construction firms with electronic discovery - Link
  • Event planner travels the virtual tight rope act of the past 15 months - Link
  • Mental health group followed an 'unexpected path to success' with telehealth - Link
  • VP at Oncor says flexibility, education and communication will be key coming out of the pandemic - Link
  • Head of global staffing firm Net2Source excited about future expansion - Link
  • New executive director of Momentous Institute excited about serving mental health and education - Link
  • For CEO of Match brand, 2020 was about pivoting, adjusting and thriving in a new environment - Link
  • For Medical City Plano CEO, pandemic reinforced importance of communication and connection - Link
  • Understanding market trends has helped her talent firm cycle into organic growth - Link
  • For a tech parking firm during a pandemic, the past year was all about pivoting and developing - Link
  • CEO of Medical City Frisco discusses keeping up with growth of community - Link
  • She's using her PR firm of "mockingbirds" to champion change for good, and she sees that network growing - Link
  • Her marketing firm is committed to helping small and mid-size businesses get tools for growth - Link
  • Head of Allen EDC says 'diligent' approach is city's formula for success - Link
  • Farmers Branch mayor/CRE exec is excited about 'new day' in his hometown - Link
  • Dallas office becomes US headquarters for this London digital marketing agency - Link
  • CEO: Acquisition by Evolve Mortgage achieves end-to-end digital closings - Link
  • Cybersecurity startup in Dallas raises $20 million as it targets mid-market business - Link
  • Dallas video-tech firm raises nearly $20 million in push into more markets - Link
  • For current AT&T executive and former Grow South chief, she's proud that southern Dallas is still top of mind for community - Link
  • Whether it’s the people of Anna or his wealth management practice, he says it’s all about the relationships - Link
  • Plano-based Cinemark announces new CEO, other leadership changes - Link
  • CEO of Dallas’ CyrusOne leaving company after taking role last year - Link
  • Dallas health tech startup acquired by Plano firm, former client - Link
  • Local logistics firm discusses HQ move, navigating ultra-competitive industrial market - Link
  • Deal flow in first half of 2021 overshadows 2020 – but it wasn’t difficult - Link
  • Two Dallas-area tech firms getting acquired by French company - Link
  • The iconic TI calculator goes further beyond basics with popular coding language - Link
  • TPG raises $5.4B for inaugural climate-focused investment pool - Link
  • Global competition win positions Dallas startup on its path to raise $2.5M - Link
  • Houston's approach to energy transition could translate to hundreds of thousands of jobs and billions of investment dollars - Link
  • Private equity dealmaking is breaking records. But why now? - Link
  • American Airlines gets pushback from DFW’s Sabre on lawsuit - Link
  • US Postal Service launches local same-day delivery options for small businesses - Link
  • Former Mark Cuban Companies exec says startups should stay in Dallas - Link
  • Arlington-based X-ray food safety company changes hands - Link
  • Uber reveals tentative plan for how much space it will need in Dallas - Link
  • RELOCATION STATION: These sites in Greater Fort Worth could land the next big HQ - Link
    - Dallas Business Journal & NXT Inno's Kevin Cumming
  • How to Start a Startup by Heath Butler, Mercury Fund (Recording) -  Link
  • Mercury Fund takes on SDGs as part of its investment thesis - Venture Capital Journal - Link
  • 7 Hills Pharma Names Biopharma Industry Veteran Michael S. Perry Chairman of its Board of Managers - Link
  • Lazarus 3D Announces First FDA Clearance for PREoperative SUrgical REhearsal (PRE-SURE®) Technology - BioSpace - Link
  • Houston hospitals once again dominate annual national rankings - Link
  • 10 Houston companies rank among best employers for young professionals - Link
  • Houston-based startup expands after-alcohol product line with new beverage launch - Link
  • Get a glimpse at the schedule and speakers for global healthtech event - Link
  • Houston cancer-fighting institution names 10 innovative fellows - Link
  • 5 most popular innovation stories in Houston this week - Link
  • New Houston med school to offer low-cost health care thanks to $1M gift - Link
  • These 10 Houston companies rank among best U.S. employers for young professionals - Link
  • From faculty to founder: What to know before starting a company, from a University of Houston expert - Link
  • Houston hospitals once again dominate annual national rankings - Link
  • Houston VC leaders announce SPAC with $175M IPO - Link
  • Startup founder on how Houston has evolved as a software hub — and why there's no better place to be - Link
  • Deloitte IDs 3 tech trends that deserve a closer look in 2021 - Link
  • Houston energy startups claim big wins, space health fellows named, and more innovation news - Link
  • Expert: Solar energy is a necessary solution to summer power grid insecurity in Texas - Link
  • Houston data solutions startup rebrands, expands to support neuroscience research - Link
  • Deadline extended for inaugural InnovationMap Awards nominations - Link
  • 3 Houston innovators to know this week - Link
    - InnovationMap's Natalie Harms / Culture Map Houston
  • Science and technology research is critical infrastructure, says Baker Institute - Link
  • Vardi wins award for social and professional responsibility - Link
  • Woodson Research Center team honored with Shapiro award - Link
  • Rep. Dan Crenshaw hosts health care summit, tours neuroengineering labs - Link
  • Rice team creating insulin-producing implant for Type 1 diabetes - Link
  • Timothy Morton on giving up flight — at least when it comes to lectures - Link
    - Rice University
  • Expanding public transit will help combat climate change - Link
  • Off-campus study spots students find in Houston - Link
  • Veganism isn’t necessarily guilt free - Link
    - University of Houston
  • Electric buses are coming to Houston, as Metro takes first step toward letting up on the gas - Link
  • GAO upholds NASA choice of SpaceX for lunar lander - Link
  • Space Station lost attitude control after Russian module docked - Link
  • Russia adds 23-ton module to Space Station - Link
  • Galileo Project to probe for alien-made objects - Link
  • ‘Holy moly!’: Inside Texas' fight against a ransomware hack - Link
    - Houston Chronicle
  • New-to-Houston accelerator program lands $250K commitment from Bank of America - Link
  • Buckeye Partners acquires solar power project as it grows energy transition business - Link
  • Houston Grub Park opens to highlight Black-owned food trucks - Link
  • Houston Business Journal reveals finalists for 2021 Fast 100, celebrating fast-growing cos. - Link
  • Houston Business Journal reveals honorees of third-annual Innovation Awards - Link
  • Houston Business Journal returns to in-person events in the fall - Link
  • Lone Star College-University Park building out campus esports lounge - Link
  • Sekai Hospitality launches in Houston, plans clubs in Washington Corridor, EaDo - Link
  • Kirby Corp. CFO to retire - Link
  • UH College of Medicine receives $1M gift to open direct primary care clinic in southwest Houston - Link
  • United Airlines getting rid of its in-house kitchen catering unit in Houston, elsewhere - Link
  • Unity National Bank of Houston CEO to step down - Link
  • Shell to acquire U.S. renewable power co. - Link
  • Houston biotech firm adds C-suite roles, opens new research lab in TMC - Link
  • Houston lags behind other major U.S. cities in median lot size, report finds - Link
  • Update: Port Houston to reopen container terminals to truck traffic after hardware failure - Link
  • Jeff Bezos offers to cover $2B in costs if NASA gives moon lander contract to Blue Origin - Link
  • Buc-ee's sets opening date for second Georgia travel center - Link
  • Op-ed: Temporary protective status ruling is bad for the economy - Link
  • Asset Management Advisors acquired by Cresset, growing Houston headcount - Link
  • Icon Information Consultants focuses on hiring older workers, paying workers more for higher retention - Link
  • Houston-area battery co. Microvast goes public in SPAC deal with Tuscan Holdings - Link
  • Top Tier Sports eyes more investments in community-focused sports teams - Link
  • US News & World Report ranks Houston hospitals among top in Texas, nationwide for 2021-22 - Link
  • Hewlett Packard Enterprise, MD Anderson Cancer Center make Best Places to Work for Disability Inclusion list - Link
    - Houston Business Journal
  • She Loves Tech - Largest Start-up Competition for Women and Tech - Link
  • Why Venture Capital Doesn’t Scale Part 4: How VCs Make Money as Big Businesses Win the Pandemic - Kirk Coburn Link
  • New Fund Manager Inspiration for Female GPs: Coyote Ventures - YouTube - Link
  • Why Texas? Byron Smith on Bringing XSpace from Down Under to the Lone Star State - Texas CEO Magazine - Link
  • How to juggle raising a family while building a company - Link
  • Get Uncomfortable - Step Outside Your Comfort Zone - Remote COO - Link
  • How Growth-Stage Startups Are Doubling Down on Diversity & Inclusion - - Link
  • SquareFoot is Southbound - SquareFoot Blog - Link
  • Vacasa will go public in deal valuing Portland company at $4.5 billion - - Link
  • Demand for Part-Time CFOs Heats Up as Startups Raise More Money - WSJ - Link
  • The Velocity of Money in Startupland - Link
  • The Carbon’s in the Details: A Look at Blockchain and CO2 - TCR - Link
  • Female Founders Fund closes $57 million funding round — Why it matters - Link
  • Three Guides for Student Founders - Link
  • Pitch Decks Explained - StartupBrite - Link
  • Ask a Startup Lawyer: How Should You Manage Co-Founder Equity? - Link
  • Bridging Sectors for Pandemic Readiness (COVID Special) - Science in the Mall, Y'all on Acast - Link
  • Open Source Alternatives - 200+ open source alternatives to popular B2B tools - Product Hunt - Link
  • 30 Conversation Starters for Successful Networking - The Muse - Link
  • Cowboy Ventures’ Ted Wang: CEO coaching is ‘about having a second set of eyes’ - TechCrunch - Link
  • Publication-TFOA-Family-Office-Networks.pdf - Link
  • Would Your Business Benefit From Venture Capital? - Link
  • Open Cap Table Coalition tackles startup share questions - Protocol — The people, power and politics of tech - Link
  • This Is the Skill Your Business Must Adopt to Thrive - Link
  • How are startups spending record amounts of funding? On jobs, not offices - Shoobx - Link
  • How to Successfully Introduce Your New Product with a Soft Launch — Mastering Medical Device - Link
  • Why You Should Invest in Diversity & Inclusion Before a Series A - - Link
  • How to Do Technical Due Diligence on a SaaS Startup – MicroAcquire – Startup acquisition resources - Link
  • 7 Examples of When You Should Acquire a Startup Rather Than Build One - Link
  • How I Created A $350 Million Software Company Knowing Nothing About Software - TechCrunch - Link
  • Blogging is dead. Long live blogging. Or, why the Substack hype is much ado about very little. – Media Nation - Link
  • Industry 5.0? Investors Again See The Promise In Industrial Automation After COVID-19 – Crunchbase News - Link
  • Here's what to do if you want to continue remote work (and not sabotage your career) - Link
  • Moore's Law for Everything - Link
  • Baird Capital's Venture Team Leads $12.8MM Series B Investment in Saranas - Baird Capital - Link
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Thursday August 12th 12:00pm
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