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- Houston Business Journal’s Chris Mathews
  • E-commerce-as-a-service platform picks up $98M to give brands scaling tools - Link
    - TechCrunch's Mary Ann Azevedo
  • Rapidly scaling Houston e-commerce software startup raises $98M series B - Link
    - InnovationMap's Natalie Harms
“The Houston-based e-commerce company announced raising a $98 million Series B round Aug. 11. The Series B was led by Greenwich, Connecticut-based Oak HC/FT, a venture fund investing in financial services and health care information technology with $3.3 billion in assets under management. PayPal Ventures, the venture arm for San Jose, California-based PayPal, also participated in the round.
Returning investors into's Series B round included Houston-based venture capital firm Mercury Fund, Moonshots Capital, Valedor Partners and Arsenal Growth. The round saw other contributions from Clearco, Raven One Ventures and G9 Ventures, as well as investments from executives at Robinhood, Uber, Discover Financial,, Casper and HeyDay, said.” - Houston Business Journal’s Chris Mathews

Entrepreneurs. Ideas. Good coffee. Community.
We'll be hosting an in-person* event at Houndstooth Coffee downtown. Grab a coffee on us!
Come out and tell us how you're doing and what you are working on. We're looking forward to seeing you.
Austin Open Coffee Club is an open space for entrepreneurs and investors to meet together and chat over a good cup of coffee. Our goal is to cultivate relationships in the Austin tech startup scene.
*please get vaccinated and attend this event at your own risk / comfort level
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Open Coffee (Tech Entrepreneurs)
Thursday, August 19th, 2021 At 8:30 am– 10 am
Houndstooth Coffee - Downtown
401 Congress Ave #100c, Austin, TX 78701

It's that time of year where all of your friends will be begging you to vote for their panel to be selected at SXSW next year. I'm not above asking for your vote for the Super Connectors Meetup:

Super Connectors are professional business developers who understand the power of a qualified referral network and know how to make friends with ease. Their network of other professionals is typically vast and varied in that they know people in different industries and walks of life. Building and maintaining relationships is what makes Super Connectors tick, and the very nature of these types of people is that no one is ever a stranger. This meetup embodies everything that makes SXSW special for professionals who attend. VOTE UP PLEASE

  • A-LIST 2021 Nominations - Austin Chamber of Commerce - Link
  • Sales meeting booking platform Kronologic nabs $20M - Link
    - Venture Beats’ Kyle Wiggers
  • Investor Interview: Morgan Flager from Silverton Partners - Podcast
    - Beta Business Podcast with Grant Gurtin and Nick Spiller
  • Fonduu Launches Its Peer-To-Peer Rental Marketplace In Austin - Link
  • REE Automotive Will Open its U.S. Headquarters and First Integration Center in Austin, Texas, as it Prepares for Production in 2023 - Link
  • Amazing video shows Texas tech firm 3D PRINTING room to help NASA simulate life on Mars - Link
    - Daily Mail Online
  • Who's coming to the Austin Metro with Jason Ball - Podcast
    - Austin Next
  • How to Find Product Market Fit - Interview with Gavin Gillas, CEO of YGC - Link
  • Meet Cimin Cohen of Idea Peddler - Link
    - Voyage Austin
  • Swivel Design Experience Platform Wins PropTech BreakThrough Award for 3-D Modeling Solution of the Year - Link
  • Transforming plastic into oil? Texas researchers explain how they did it - Link
    - KXAN Austin
  • AnthemIQ Named Commercial Lease Management Platform of the Year by PropTech - Link
  • Chargify Appoints New Chief Revenue Officer - Link
    - Austin Startups
  • Austin passes $4.5 billion budget, increases police budget per state law - Link
  • Last year Austin cut its police budget by millions. A new state law means it’ll likely reverse that move this week. - Link
  • Red River extension into Rainey neighborhood draws concern from MACC backers - Link
  • Music, arts proponents renew push in land use code for creative spaces - Link
    - Austin Monitor
  • 2 global tech companies continue hot trend of moving into Austin - Link
    - Culture Map Austin
  • Yelp listings now show companies’ COVID-19 policies - Link
  • In this sustainability boom, why aren’t VC dollars pointed at greenhouses? - Link
    - The American Genius
  • Austin could become the most expensive city outside California by the end of 2021 - Link
  • Local ranchers report 'significant' success from using TikTok - Link
  • 2020 Census: Austin falls short of 1 million people but continues to boom alongside other Texas metros - Link
  • Fresa's, Launderette back down from asking for proof of vaccination after permit put in jeopardy - Link
  • Don't forget your mask: 22 Austin restaurants reverting back to COVID safety precautions - Link
  • #CancelACL? Local group petitions festival to shut down for the second year in a row - Link
  • Tips, treats and tunes: Austonia's complete guide to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport - Link
  • Tacodeli shakes up menu with dinner and alcohol options - Link
  • Poll results: 73% of Austonia readers vote in favor of businesses requiring masking - Link
    - Austonia
  • This Year, Sorrow Needs a Seat as We Go Back to School - Link
  • Archive of Tony Award-Winning Theater Designer Kevin Adams Comes to the Harry Ransom Center - Link
  • Black Families Are Combating the Effects of Discrimination on Their Children Through Talks - Link
  • Earthquake Forecasts Move a Step Closer to Reality - Link
    - University of Texas
  • How to Scale Customer Success Without Losing the Human Touch - Link
  • Cloudflare Grows Austin Presence, Plans to Hire 170+ Locally - Link
  • Hippo Insurance Goes Public, Rey Got $10M, and More Austin Tech News - Link
    - Built in Austin
  • Austin tech firm acquires Chicago housekeeping startup The Minte - Link
  • New Cityfunds platform allows regular people to invest in Austin’s housing market - Link
  • Google has a new top executive in Austin - Link
  • Database: Here's which Austin venues were awarded Shuttered Venue Operator Grants - Link
  • Facebook is delaying its office reopening until January due to the Covid-19 Delta variant - Link
  • California becomes even more aggressive going after former residents for taxes - Link
  • Austin on track to be least affordable non-California metro for homes by 2022, Zillow reports - Link
  • U.S. Census: Hays was fastest growing Texas county from 2010 to 2020 - Link
  • Solo Stove CEO on smokeless stoves, e-commerce and the value of 'failing fast' - Link
  • Riding high after an IPO: Ballroom dancing, horse jumping attorney-turned-tech-CEO deserves his fine cigars - Link
  • Texas Original Compassionate Cultivation building big cannabis facility in Bastrop - Link
  • Amazon continues investing in Austin with another delivery station - Link
  • M&A wrap: United Way merger among 9 recent deals - Link
  • Petition calls for ACL Music Festival to be canceled - Link
  • 143 Austin-area women nominated for 2021 Profiles in Power - Link
  • 6 Austin-area companies named finalists in annual H-E-B product competition - Link
  • Accounting firm Armanino announces Austin office - Link
  • Road to Hire expanding to Austin - Link
  • Local businesses want to work with Tesla but many questions remain - Link
  • 6 winners named in EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards for Central Texas - Link
  • Tesla ordered to pay $1M to Black former employee hit with racial slurs - Link
  • In the money Aug. 9: $110M raised for delivery, banking, communications - Link
  • Fundr raising $1M as it builds platform to make startup investing more equitable - Link
    - Austin Business Journal & Austin Inno's Brent Wistrom
  • 3 Austin startups combine to land $36M for growth - Link
  • Austin-based Icon's newest project tests life on Mars - Link
  • Tech firm GovOS moving HQ to Austin, - Link
  • Would Samsung really pick tiny Taylor over Austin for new $17 billion factory? - Link
  • Google exec: Company's 'future is really bright' in Austin - Link
  • Google Fiber ending TV service in Austin, will focus on internet - Link
    - Austin American-Statesman

  • Legal Tech Startup Creates Platform for Virtual, Hybrid Court Hearings - Link
    - Startups San Antonio's Iris Gonzalez
  • Patrick Mahomes pulls an audible to fund more Whataburger to Kansas City - Link
  • Longtime San Antonio taxi company bought by Uber-type service after bankruptcy - Link
    - San Antonio Express-News
  • E-grocer specializing in Asian and Hispanic food products launches service in San Antonio - Link
    - San Antonio Current
  • San Antonio’s private universities to require masks; UTSA, Alamo Colleges go virtual - Link
  • ‘Cash is king’: More homes are going to buyers paying upfront - Link
  • Nuclear power is key to the future of green energy in South Texas - Link
  • New Spurs training center, human performance campus should keep team in San Antonio ‘for decades’ - Link
  • 6 ways City Council can guide San Antonio’s economic recovery - Link
  • Expanding bioscience firm wins tax relief from City of San Antonio - Link
  • Valero’s growth through innovation in renewables - Link
    - San Antonio Report
  • SA biotech industry leader has passed away - Link
  • Wells Fargo economists dash hopes for 'Roaring 20s' - Link
  • Wisconsin native seeking equitable deals for Alamo City - Link
  • City's proposed fiscal 2022 budget tops $3 billion - Link
  • BioMedSA honors Covid device developer with Alamo City ties - Link
  • Newly appointed PNC regional president leaves the bank, replacement chosen - Link
  • UTSA starting off fall semester with mostly virtual classes - Link
  • TaskUs reports more than 57% year-over-year revenue growth in first earnings report since IPO - Link
  • SA cancer research group expanding to Austin, Europe - Link
  • Austin, Tesla no barrier for SA Rivian run, site pro says - Link
  • Silicon Valley startup gets equity infusion from San Antonio VC - Link
  • SA health company strikes deal with NY advisory group - Link
  • Heat Biologics begins work on SA biomanufacturing center - Link
  • Local CEO named in EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards for Central Texas - Link
  • Texas slipping in 'best-for-business,’ headquarters relocation rankings - Link
  • Buzz builds over Elon Musk tunnels in Texas - Link
    - San Antonio Business Journal
  • UT Dallas Announces New Universities and Advisors for the Texas Network of Blackstone LaunchPad - Link
  • TTU assistant professor developing new technology to improve benzene production - Link
  • BoardBuild adds 5 board members, two staff members - Link
  • Why Warren Buffett is a model for his billionaire peers - Link
  • Census data: US is diversifying, white population shrinking - Link
  • People of color make up 95% of Texas’ population growth, and cities and suburbs are booming, 2020 census shows - Link
  • TCU announces $5 million gift endowing deanship of Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences - Link
  • Electric vehicle manufacturer considering $5B project in Fort Worth - Link
  • Elaine B. Agather named 2021 Business Executive of the Year - Link
  • James “Jake” Larsen - Link
  • Texas-based tax services firm acquires property tax firm in Ontario - Link
  • Advertising/marketing: Two join Balcom, Cooksey adds one - Link
  • Longtime banker joins InterBank team, to be based in Fort Worth - Link
  • WorkSuites is adding two new Class A locations, one in Fort Worth - Link
  • Michael Moore: When are Cyberattacks going to stop? Never. - Link
  • Family ties that bind (again): Meet the new Carter-Watt combo - Link
  • Famous name, private struggle – Carter Johnson perseveres to find success in business and in life - Link
  • Got a can’t miss invention? Great – now what? - Link
    - Fort Worth Business Press
  • Locally Sourced: Five Dallas Entrepreneurs Who Banked on Opportunities - Link
  • 4 Takeaways from Abe Minkara’s Keynote at Dallas Startup Week - Link
  • What the New Census Numbers Tell Us About Dallas-Fort Worth’s Growth - Link
  • Co-Working BioTech Hub Takes Shape at Pegasus Park - Link
  • Dallas Businesses Must Again Require Masks, County Judge Clay Jenkins Orders - Link
  • The Hyper-Volatility Driving Today’s Construction Materials - Link
  • Innovation Driven Digital Transformation - Link
  • Presenting the Best of Big D: 2021 Edition - Link
  • Here Is What Colleges in Dallas-Fort Worth Are Doing About COVID This Fall - Link
  • Exclusive Interview: Deep Fried I-35 Speaks Out Against Allegations That It “Sounds Nasty” - Link
  • Why The Retail Connection’s Alan Shor Remains Bullish on the Mall - Link
  • Dallas Retail Roundup: Uptown Night Markets, Luxury Resale Pop-Up Shops, and More - Link
  • Topgolf Expands Executive Leadership Team - Link
  • Could a Solar Farm Destroy a Wildlife Habitat in Southern Dallas? - Link
  • Scenes from D CEO’s 2021 Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards Celebration - Link
    - D Magazine
  • DI People: projekt202, Neiman Marcus Group, Ryan, and More Make Moves - Link
  • Dallas’ Flite Golf and Century Golf Pair Up As a Driving Range and Entertainment Twosome - Link
  • CPG Accelerator SKU Selects Six Startups For Its Second Dallas Cohort - Link
  • Homebuying Hacks: ScoreSense SVP Talks Tech’s Impact on Residential Real Estate - Link
  • Kainos Capital and Two Family Partners Acquire Innovative Pet Food Makers Muenster Milling - Link
  • Oatly Chooses Fort Worth For Its Newest and Largest North American Oat Milk Facility - Link
  • Dallas Gets Tastier: Sweet Tooth Hotel To Open New Experiential Art Exhibit in Allen - Link
  • The Worker-Employer Relationship Disrupted - Link
  • Mobile Infrastructure Consultancy MD7 Relocates Its Headquarters From San Diego to Allen - Link
  • HackDFW Hackathon Coming to Dallas October 1-3, Giving Tech Talent a Way to Show Skills to Top Companies - Link
  • Amazon Has Invested $15B in North Texas—And a Total of $29B Across the State—since 2010 - Link
  • 7-Eleven Sends Slurpee Into Space, Achieving Ultimate Triumph of Humankind’s Attempts to Conquer the Cosmos - Link
  • Dallas Invents: 103 Patents Granted for Week of July 27 - Link
  • Renovations Begin for BioLabs’ December Opening at Pegasus Park - Link
  • Dallas-Based ReMap is Using Technology to Simplify the Home Improvement Industry - Link
  • SMU Announces a New Business Accelerator to Support the Next Generation of Dallas Business Leaders - Link
  • Veryable Raises $31.9M Series A Round to ‘Revitalize U.S. Manufacturing’ - Link
  • UT Dallas and Fullstack Academy Launch Four Bootcamps for Tech Professionals - Link
  • Follow the Money: MODE Global and Integrity Make Acquisitions, Twenty20 Merges With Skyhawk - Link
  • The Perfect Match: Shar Dubey Opens Up About Her Journey to the Top of Dallas-Based Match Group - Link
  • Dallas Is the No. 2 Metro for Tech Job Postings, Per a New CompTIA Report - Link
  • Robot Grocery Delivery is Coming to Dallas Through a Partnership Among Vroom Delivery, Tortoise, and Urban Value - Link
    - Dallas Innovates
  • CPG accelerator SKU Dallas unveils the lineup of its second cohort - Link
  • Local private equity firm adds new platform company to its food- and consumer-focused portfolio - Link
  • Wealth management company Stratos names new local leader to spearhead Texas expansion - Link
  • DFW data center market sees headwinds; second half slated for more traction, CBRE officials say - Link
  • RELOCATION STATION: Some 70 corporate prospects are eyeing Fort Worth - Link
  • State tax law leader outlines 3 hot-button issues for entrepreneurs right now - Link
  • Opendoor GM: Buying home in Dallas-Fort Worth still ‘good investment’ despite price run-up - Link
  • Form D Friday: TPG files new capital raising vehicle within growth-focused private equity platform - Link
  • 'The idea is one to many': Gardening kit startup sees growth in B2B efforts - Link
  • These three companies will soon have new North Texas HQs - Link
  • Electric carmaker wouldn’t be the first manufacturer to plant a flag in Tarrant County this year - Link
  • Southwest's corporate travel arm just turned two years old. Here's what it's done. - Link
  • $5B electric vehicle factory near Fort Worth would rival huge Tesla plant in Austin - Link
  • Dallas County will require face masks for schools, businesses - Link
  • Seven DFW-area companies named finalists in H-E-B's 'Quest for the Texas Best' - Link
  • Leaders of Bob Moore Construction reflect on 75 years and building a legacy one decade at a time - Link
  • Meet the industrial investment firm that wants to be one of DFW’s biggest property owners - Link
  • Amazon-backed electric carmaker eyes project of $5 billion in Fort Worth area, document shows - Link
  • Triumph Bancorp outgoing CFO Bryce Fowler reflects on a decade of building a bank - Link
  • Dallas Business Journal honors 40 Under 40 class with live virtual event - Link
  • Meet Milkshake Concepts, the restaurant company looking to take over North Texas and beyond - Link
  • California mobile tech firm relocating headquarters to DFW - Link
  • 'The Etsy for education': McKinney startup aims to become the destination for language learners - Link
  • RELOCATION STATION: These companies have moved their HQs to North Texas in 2021 - Link
  • DFW companies lands $32 million investment from firm that backs Elon Musk efforts - Link
  • Massive Dallas bank subsidiary adds commodities division, doubles team headcount - Link
  • Crypto mining company CEO's investment advisory business acquired by LA firm - Link
  • Companies must incorporate diversity, equity and inclusion for the long haul, says EY partner - Link
    - Dallas Business Journal & NXT Inno's Kevin Cumming
  • H1 2021 Houston VC Funding Report › Year over Year Trends - Link
  • HTXelerator Open Applications - Apply
  • energyNEXT program by Foresight Canada and Eunike Ventures - Apply
  • Halliburton Labs Application - Apply
  • DraftKings Buys Golden Nugget Online Gaming for $ 1.56 billion - Link
  • Data Gumbo Closes $7.7 Million Series B Funding Round - Link
  • Houston-based Cemvita Factory announces its initial closing of Series A, led by 8090 Partners, to accelerate industrial decarbonization - Link
  • Fannin Innovation Studio Awarded $2,000,000 NIH Grant for Development of a Novel Antivenom Therapeutic Based on Next-Generation Aptamers - Link
  • Mercury Fund takes on SDGs as part of its investment thesis - Link
    - Venture Capital Journal
  • Meet Sunny Zhang - Link
    - HOUnited
  • Downtown bids farewell to longtime visionary and names new leader - Link
  • City of Houston sorts trash + curbside recycling issues with new app - Link
  • Reliant's plans can help you save money while promoting solar energy - Link
  • City of Houston gives green light to 10 new stormwater projects - Link
  • Tilman Fertitta sells his golden online gaming casino for $1.56B - Link
  • Houston construction tech company raises $4M round - Link
  • Houston continues its reign as the top city using renewables, per the EPA - Link
  • 5 most popular innovation stories in Houston this week - Link
  • Fortune 100 company moves materials tech biz HQ to Houston - Link
  • 4 ways Houston businesses can recover cash flow in a post-COVID world - Link
  • Houston-based carbon negative biotech startup closes series A round - Link
  • Software co. leader shares why he bet on Houston's tech talent with HQ move - Link
  • Reliant looks to the future by offering free electricity and solar options - Link
  • Houston businessman sells online gaming casino in $1.56B deal with fantasy sports tech company - Link
  • Startup tap UH-licensed technology to better optimize rig analytics - Link
  • How Houston companies can best learn and navigate startup etiquette - Link
  • Final call for virtual global healthtech summit — and it's free to attend - Link
  • Houston business leaders join forces to create innovative apprenticeship program - Link
  • City of Houston launches pilot program to promote stormwater infrastructure growth - Link
  • 3 Houston innovators to know this week - Link
    - InnovationMap's Natalie Harms / Culture Map Houston
  • Carrie Colbert, Co-Founder & Managing Director at Curate Capital - Link
    - Women Mean Business - Highdrive Network
  • Rice Alliance to host startup pitch event at OTC - Link
  • 10 winners at IBB Summer Undergraduate Research Symposium - Link
  • FEMA disaster recovery funds favor white entrepreneurs, study finds - Link
  • Incoming freshmen RISE to the occasion - Link
  • OpenStax to provide ed tech companies with training to develop equitable courseware - Link
  • Rice expert: Using carbon is key to decarbonizing economy - Link
    - Rice University
  • UH diversity ranking shifts from second to eighth - Link
  • Video game workers deserve better treatment - Link
  • UH backtracking fall opening plans, giving instructors option to ‘modify’ classes in first weeks - Link
  • Incentives offered to encourage UH students, staff to get vaccinated - Link
    - University of Houston
  • Why Houston, not Chicago, deserves to be third in the Census - Link
  • Stuck valves leave Boeing’s Starliner stuck on the ground - Link
  • Crumbly rock evades NASA Mars rover's first sampling attempt - Link
  • Asteroid Bennu's possible Earth encounter gets a date - Link
  • A year on fake Mars: JSC hangar to stand in for the Red Planet - Link
  • NASA astronauts competed in their own space Olympics - Link
  • New JSC director hooked from the day her data beamed down - Link
    - Houston Chronicle
  • Construction tech co. Buildforce nabs $4M for product development, go-to-market efforts - Link
  • Construction tech firm eyes hiring, product development after $4M raise - Link
  • Central Houston Inc. CEO to retire; Hollywood-area CEO hired as successor - Link
  • Schlumberger won't attend Offshore Technology Conference in Houston due to Covid-19 - Link
  • 5 things to know today, including a big bump in Houston's population - Link
  • Panel recap: Nationwide industry expert highlights the winners and losers in an ever-busy retail game - Link
  • Houston airports rank among Skytrax lists of world’s top 100, most improved, cleanest - Link
  • Co-founder and chief technology officer at CloudNine dies - Link
  • Houston tech firm Cemvita Factory raises Series A capital - Link
  • Houston First Corp.'s acting CEO given permanent job after year in interim role - Link
  • Greater Houston Partnership urges vaccines, masks, return-to-office delays - Link
  • Only 1 Houston-area co. named finalist in annual H-E-B product competition - Link
  • Skanska teams with Curb Coalition for pop-up market at prominent Montrose property - Link
  • University of Houston College of Medicine receives $1M from Bank of America - Link
  • EDP Renewables completes $86M Texas wind farm project - Link
  • Honeywell moves Performance Materials and Technologies HQ to Houston - Link
  • 5 things to know today as Covid concerns grow for hospitals, schools - Link
  • Houston-based cos. make Fortune's Best Small, Medium Workplaces lists - Link
  • St. Luke's Health CEO named board president for American Heart Association Greater Houston Division - Link
  • Harris County approves new $30M small-business recovery program using federal funds - Link
  • Cushman & Wakefield discussing $150M investment in WeWork merger as part of new partnership - Link
  • See which Houston-area companies made Fortune's 2021 Global 500 - Link
  • See the winners of the 2021 EY Entrepreneur of the Year Gulf Coast Awards - Link
  • Phillips 66 invests in battery tech, analytics software - Link
  • Hines raises $750M for new U.S. investment fund - Link
  • King Ranch Inc. CEO to retire; former private equity executive hired as replacement - Link
  • Texas ranks high — but behind California — as destination for remote workers looking to move - Link
  • DraftKings to acquire Tilman Fertitta's Golden Nugget Online Gaming for $1.56B - Link
  • Photos: Postino WineCafe opens in west Houston with more locations on the horizon - Link
  • Koda Health hiring tech talent, planning seed raise for digital health platform - Link
    - Houston Business Journal
  • GAC Chairman Dr. Fred Farias brings THECB Commissioner Dr. Harrison Keller to the RGV - Link
    - McAllen Chamber of Commerce
  • Why I’m Bullish on Texas. - Bedrock’s Geoff Lewis - LinkA Paradigm Shift in B2B Sales. - Silverton’s Roger Chen - Link
  • At the Center of Creative Entrepreneurship - - Link
  • Surfboard Sustainability Part II: A Closer Look at Global Green Surfboard Construction - Kirk Coburn - Link
  • How Funding Startups is Like Betting on Horses - Paul O’Brien - Link
  • Is Joining a Co-Working Space Worth the Money? - Link
  • Quick Tactical Guide: | Y Combinator - Link
  • Why Techstars CEO Maëlle Gavet is prioriting ESG - Link
  • Sell Your Company Or Go Public? IPO vs Direct Listing vs SPACs – Crunchbase News - Link
  • Current State of Venture Building | Studio Hub - Link
  • Kevin Rutherford of Nuun: Five Things I Wish Someone Told Me Before I Became A CEO | by Charlie Katz - Link
  • Opinion: Minority founders need venture capitalists to break old habits - Link
  • Global Startup Hubs Where Innovation is Thriving - Link
  • Returning to the Office: Blind Spots and Epiphanies - Texas CEO Magazine - Link
  • Elsewhere Partners - What Should Founders Look for in Investors - Link
  • Drawing On Data Resources To Fight Hate And Never Accepting The Status Quo With Jonathan Greenblatt - Molecula - Link
  • Founder of Black healthcare app HUED gets major investment from Serena Williams - Link
  • On the podcast: Venturing outside Silicon Valley - Link
  • The U.S. venture capital world is blistering hot. Why it won’t cool down just yet - Link
  • Everybody Wants to Be an Angel (Investor) - Link
  • A Tactical Guide to Seed Fundraising - Link
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Monday's 5pm CST

Founders, Investors, Entrepreneurs, Startups, Techies, Austin Newcomer | Meetup
Tuesday, August 17, 2021 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM CDT

LatinX in Tech presented by Accenture
Presented by Capital Factory
Thursday, August 19th, 2021 12:00 PM – 3:00 PM CDT

EnergyX ‐ Positioning to be a Worldwide Leader in Sustainable Energy with Teague Egan, CEO of EnergyX
Presented by the Technology Advisors Group
Friday, August 27, 2021 8:00 AM
Rice Alliance's 19th Annual Energy Tech Venture Forum
Thursday, September 16th

2021 TechFuel Startup $100K Pitch Competition
Thursday, October 14, 2021 AT 6 PM CDT – 9 PM CDT

Houston Cyber Summit
Wednesday October 20th  - Friday October 22nd
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