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Austin's Capital Factory looks to grow Houston presence - Link

- The Houston Chronicle's Andrea Lienfelder
  • The Cannon, Capital Factory Announce Partnership - Link
    - The Cannon Blog
  • The Cannon and Capital Factory announce new Houston-based partnership - Link
    - Innovation Map's Natalie Harms

Houston-based AlloVir Raises $120 Million Series B For Virus-Targeting Immunotherapies - Link

- Crunchbase’s Jason D. Rowley

“Houston-based biopharmaceutical company AlloVir (formerly known as ViraCyte) recently announced $120 million in Series B fundingFidelity Management and Research Company led the deal. Participating investors include Gilead SciencesF2 VenturesInvusLeerink PartnersRedmile GroupEcoR1 Capital, and Samsara BioCapital.”

Help Regina Vatterott with her Recovery - Link

UPDATE: Regina is back in Houston, but still recovering in the hospital

On Sunday morning 4/31/19, Regina was rushed into emergency surgery due to a major brain bleed. The doctors were able to get the bleeding under control and she is currently recovering in a hospital in Israel, where she was at the time. 

We are raising funds for her recovery efforts, medical bills, rehab expenses, and travel expenses for her and her family - GoFundMe

Men Tell All:  Gender Equality in the Workplace


Join Prowess Project’s CEO & Founder, Ashley Connell, for a candid conversation with three ‘men in business’ allies on gender equality in the workplace and today’s state of women empowerment. 

Moderator - Ashley Connell, Prowess Project
Panelist - Youssef Chaker, CEO & Founder, Bear & Giraffe  
Panelist - Andy Fruhling, SVP, Nokia 
Panelist - Marc Nathan, VP Client Strategy, Egan Nelson LLP

Men Tell All:  Gender Equality in the Workplace 
Presented by the Prowess Project
Wednesday, June 5th 6pm - 8pm 
The Riveter Austin
1145 W 5th St, Austin, TX 78703
  • DivInc Cohort 2019 Application - Link
  • PeopleFund Awarded $25 million in New Markets Tax Credit Allocation - Link
  • Austin Women’s Magazine Women’s Way Awards 2019 - Link
  • LiveOak Venture Partners plans to invest $105 million in Texas startups - Link
    - Business Insider
  • UT Austin graduate turns down 6-figure salary to be CEO of his own company - Link
  • High school entrepreneurs pitch business ideas for $20,000 in funding - Link
    - KXAN
  • Why Bootstrapping Was Best For Us - Link
  • Thank you to the Austin Technology Incubator at UT Austin for creating the Austin startup scene as… - Link
  • How I found my passion — Lessons from an ex-consultant - Link
  • Opting-out of Face Recognition at Airports - Link
  • Organizing Device Clutter - Link
  • Showcase Highlights Cybersecurity Startups - Link
    - Austin Startups
  • Council OKs Palm School, convention center ideas - Link
  • Council to hear stadium site request, as Austin FC announces first partner - Link
  • City no longer the ‘wild, wild west’ of scooters - Link
  • B-cycle prepares for shift in leadership - Link
  • Tourism Commission backs 2017 findings pushing convention center expansion - Link
    - Austin Monitor
  • Scaleworks Acquires SearchSpring for First Deal From Second Fund - Link
  • Smart Cities Startups, Upswing, Coder, VanillaSoft & More TX Tech - Link
  • ACC’s New Fashion Incubator Follows Growth of Industry in Austin - Link
    - Xconomy's Angela Shah and David Holley
  • Idera Gets New Private Equity Investment - Link
  • BigCommerce Ties With Ordergroove - Link
  • Interplay Learning Finds $5.5M - Link
  • Upswing Snags $2M For Student Assistance App - Link
  • Actuate Therapeutics Finds $21.7M - Link
  • Austin's Robert F. Smith To Pay Off Student Loans For Entire College Class - Link
    - Texas Tech Pulse
  • Internet Pioneer Bob Metcalfe Celebrates Ethernet’s 46th Anniversary - Link
  • The Austin Technology Incubator Celebrates its 30th Anniversary - Link
  • Hypergiant Aims to Dominate the AI Industry on Earth and in Space - Link
    - Silicon Hills News’ Laura Lorek
  • How This ‘Gen Z’ Entrepreneur Is Changing the Way Brands Sell Online - Link
  • CTAN is the Most Active Angel Investing Group in the U.S. - Link
  • Interplay Learning Raises $5.5M for VR Training Tech - Link
  • Austin EdTech Startup Upswing Raises $2M to Help Students Graduate - Link
    - AustinInno’s Brett Wistrom - Subscribe Here
  • Office-dog curious? Here’s how leading tech companies make it work - Link
  • How these 5 Austin tech companies ensure their employees grow along... - Link
  • Austin startup training electricians and HVAC technicians with VR just... - Link
  • Up close and technical: How CCC's local engineering team is... - Link
  • How the Social Solutions sales team is helping nonprofits do more good... - Link
  • How Social Solutions’ technologists are making cutting-edge tech... - Link
  • 6 years later, AdAction’s ‘can’t stop, won’t stop’ work ethic burns... - Link
    - BuiltinAustin’s Katie Fustich & Kelly O'Halloran
  • Facebook is raising funds to launch a cryptocurrency #ThanksIHateIt - Link
  • Is this normal (you wonder about your business)? - Link
  • How companies are embracing the gig economy to fight employee burnout - Link
    - The American Genius
  • 2020 PanelPicker Process Begins July 1 - Link
  • Texas Smart Cities Summit on May 21 - Link
  • May 23 at ACL Live: Austin A-List - Link
    - SXSW's Hugh Forrest
  • Nearing $600M in revenue, Arrive Logistics readies for HQ move - Link
  • Spoils of Amazon's HQ2 search come into focus - Link
  • $1B-plus expansion of Austin Convention Center picks up Council's endorsement - Link
  • Economic development chief jumps from Bastrop to Lockhart - Link
  • After $50M funding, EverlyWell hires first chief medical officer - Link
  • Report: Picnik sues Bento Picnic over name - Link
  • M&A wrap: Resideo buys competitor's tech, Blue Sage exits oil field services company - Link
  • Credit union with $1.6B in assets names new CEO - Link
  • 24 leading Austin companies honored by Chamber - Link
  • Easy cash flips Austin's funding paradigm - Link
  • Capital Gains: David Booth, Aaron Franklin, Whole Foods' straws in the news - Link
  • Journal Profile: After SEALs, new Acton School of Business CEO is a man with a mission - Link
  • CTAN again ranks as most active angel investor network in U.S. - Link
  • Cushman & Wakefield buys Peloton's Austin team - Link
  • Austin nears 1 million residents, suburbs keep booming in latest Census data - Link
  • UT Austin commits $20M to Army Futures Command collaboration - Link
  • RunLab wins $10,000 at pitch contest - Link
  • Vulcan Video turns to crowdfunding to stay open - Link
  • Austin-based AdBm is making waves in Europe - Link
  • With new name and new execs, Molecula tackles 'Achilles heel for AI' - Link
  • Texas Legislature approves small expansion of medical cannabis program - Link
  • Tenant on board as construction starts on iSports complex in Cedar Park - Link
  • Women@Austin hires CEO with entrepreneurial chops - Link
  • Naturally Austin hires first executive director from Red Bull - Link
  • Update: Beer-to-go wins Texas Senate approval - Link
  • Austin FC signs first corporate sponsor - Link
  • Hill Country jewelry chain wants to put $13M second HQ in Austin area - Link
  • Behind the rise of Q2: Admiration between Austin fintech company, Wall Street is mutual - Link
  • Leander loses economic development chief, city manager in major staff shakeup - Link
  • Interplay Learning set to expand VR training for blue-collar jobs after raising millions in series A round - Link
  • BoA: Whole Foods still pricier than other grocery chains - Link
  • Austin billionaire stuns college grads by pledging to pay off their student loans - Link
  • In the money May 20: Almost $175M in deals recorded, including for Bill Murray golf apparel - Link
  • Austin Under 40 winners unveiled, including Austinite of the Year - Link
    - Austin Business Journal
  • Austin’s A-List: Chamber singles out 'most innovative' startups - Link
  • Can you own rights to the word 'picnic'? Two Austin companies in legal battle to find out - Link
  • Why Austin is seeing a surge in VC investment this year - Link
  • Texas Senate votes to ease medical cannabis restrictions - Link
  • Smithville approves variance for digital billboard along Texas 71 - Link
  • Interplay Learning to expand VR-based training with $5.5M investment - Link
  • Bastrop City Council gives first OK to microbrewery downtown - Link
  • Bumble-backed online sexual harassment bill heads to governor’s desk - Link
  • Leaders celebrate 30 years of UT's Austin Technology Incubator - Link
  • Social media controversy revived in PEC board elections - Link
  • Austin billionaire Robert F. Smith is wiping out Morehouse graduates' debt - Link
    - Austin American-Statesman / 512Tech

  • Scaleworks Acquires SearchSpring, Leader In E-commerce SearchSpring - Link
  • SaaS, Cyber Startups Land on 2019 List of Fastest Growing Companies in San Antonio - Link
  • Brokerage Engine Tops 2019 List of Fastest Growing Companies in San Antonio - Link
    - Startups San Antonio's Iris Gonzalez
  • Geekdom launches 6 week program - Link
    - FOX San Antonio
  • Ex-Rackspace CEO talks about fast growth and fighting Amazon - Link
    - San Antonio Express-News
  • FAA Launches Investigation into San Antonio City Council’s Chick-fil-A Ouster - Link
  • First Students Graduate from Manufacturing Skills Program with Jobs and Degrees - Link
  • Scaleworks Acquires Denver Tech Firm in First Purchase of $80M Second Fund - Link
  • San Antonio Ranked Again Among Fastest-Growing Cities in U.S. - Link
  • Texas Expansion of Medical Cannabis Nears Finish Line After Senate Approval - Link
  • Robots to Roam the Aisles at SA Walmarts, But Will They Take Jobs? - Link
  • Swell Cycle Launches E-Bikes in San Antonio Amid Dockless Shift - Link
  • Giving Circles Turn Small Individual Gifts Into Large Collective Grants - Link
    - Rivard Report
  • Scaleworks acquires e-commerce search company; names new CEO for it - Link
  • Expert Column: Texas Rural Challenge a chance to explore ideas for growing and sustaining communities - Link
  • SABJ presents the 2019 Health Care Heroes - Link
  • From Syria to San Antonio: How her immigrant roots helped one CEO flourish - Link
  • XFL in San Antonio would be bad move, tougher sell - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: John Rugh - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Nishi Soni - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Dr. Kevin Donly - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Dr. Lyssa Ochoa - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Dr. C.J. Winckler - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Dr. Manuel M. Quiñones - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Dr. Minas Chrysopoulo - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Dr. John Browning - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Suzette Tardif - Link
  • 2019 Health Care Heroes: Dr. Kristen Plastino - Link
  • San Antonio, New Braunfels remain near top of Census' latest growth report - Link
  • EDITOR'S NOTES: Help us tell story of Alamo City’s veterans in business - Link
  • Toyota considering $400M San Antonio investment - Link
  • Broadway Bank teaming with Morgan’s Wonderland on new funding campaign - Link
  • Czech company prepping to move into new US HQ at Brooks - Link
  • USPS testing long-haul trips with self-driving trucks from Texas - Link
  • How far does a $100K salary go in San Antonio compared to other US cities? - Link
  • Payment Data Systems broadens distribution by teaming with Pittsburg company - Link
  • Local biotech pushing tech that trains for medical emergencies nationally - Link
  • Elaine Mendoza chosen as Texas A&M board of regents chair - Link
  • SA financial tech company posts $1.1M net loss for first quarter, with signs of growth - Link
  • Report names San Antonio a top market for retail investment - Link
    - San Antonio Business Journal
  • Sweet Tooth Hotel Goes Digital for Discotech - Link
  • Cushman & Wakefield Buys Austin Operations of Peloton Commercial Real Estate - Link
  • Did the City of Dallas Just Kill Our ‘Dallas Hates Pedestrians’ Series? - Link
  • Plagiarism at CultureMap? - Link
  • The Dallas Public Library Will No Longer Fine You for Your Overdue Books - Link
  • D Magazine Is the Best City Magazine of Its Circulation in America - Link
  • Meet the Irving Students Who Notched a Victory for Girls in STEM - Link
    - D Magazine
  • Keurig Dr Pepper's new headquarters underway in Frisco - Link
  • Walmart unveils plans for massive new headquarters - Link
  • Go inside the new Complexity Gaming HQ and GameStop Performance Center - Link
  • UT Austin commits $20M to Army Futures Command collaboration - Link
  • Ethernet: The low-latency link for enterprise cloud connectivity - Link
  • Want a more productive workplace? Bump up the thermostat - Link
  • Texas Legislature approves small expansion of medical cannabis program - Link
  • Lowe's considering Dallas for 2,000-person tech hub - Link
  • North Texans are more likely to spend money under the influence of social media - Link
  • With new CEO and owners, DFW company completes 'VVIP' aircraft modification - Link
  • Pioneer cuts 230 workers in Irving, Permian Basin - Link
  • Dallas private equity firm bets on metal processing with latest capital investment - Link
  • Here's how far a $100,000 salary goes in Dallas - Link
  • After filing an IPO, Dallas company to sell to Merck for $1.05 billion - Link
  • JPMorgan Chase invests $125 million in financial solutions for underserved communities - Link
  • USPS testing long-haul trips with self-driving trucks from Dallas - Link
  • Southwest Airlines tops all airlines in brand intimacy, study says - Link
  • How much do you need to be considered 'wealthy' in North Texas? - Link
  • New BBVA Compass CEO: 'Our biggest market in the U.S. is Texas' - Link
  • Fox Sports CEO explains what the company sees in gambling - Link
  • A Taco Bell hotel? It'll open this summer - Link
  • Despite price cuts, Whole Foods is still most expensive - Link
  • T-Mobile, Sprint deal gets key backing, but DOJ may think otherwise - Link
  • Josh Bammel of Kratos: Busy, busy, busy - Link
  • 2019 Women in Technology honorees weigh in on a number of topics - Link
  • Lawsuit claims DFW marketer created ‘digital backdoors’ to steal client info - Link
  • For these 2 women, ride-hailing service Alto is a lifesaver - Link
    - Dallas Business Journal
  • Discovery: UTA Studies How We Interact with Tech to Learn; Donating Blood Could ID Genetic Cholesterol Condition - Link
  • Innovative Spaces: Watch the Retail Industry Come to Life at Spacee’s Addison Headquarters - Link
  • DISCOTECH: Meet Sweet Tooth Hotel’s Newest Art Installation - Link
  • Life Time Plans to Launch Luxury Living Community Focusing on Health and Wellness - Link
  • By Veterans, For Veterans: DFW Social Startup Builds Eco-Friendly Container Homes - Link
  • Jack in the Box Mascot Pops Up in Dallas Fuel Animated Web Series - Link
  • Follow the Money: InterGen Data Raises $800K in Seed Funding, Nuvei Makes $889M Tech Acquisition - Link
  • Mary Kay Chief Executive Named Among World’s 10 Most Reputable CEOs - Link
  • Virtual Tour: Step Inside Complexity Gaming’s New Headquarters at The Star - Link
  • Dallas’ Peloton Therapeutics Exits to Merck in $2.2B Deal - Link
  • Medical Innovation District: Fort Worth Targets Near Southside for New Hub - Link
  • Dallas Invents: 133 Patents Granted for Week of May 14 - Link
  • The Innov8te Smart Cities Incubator Announces its Inaugural Cohort of Companies - Link
  • DI People: Funimation, Fluor, Frisco EDC, Skanska USA Make Executive Moves - Link
  • State of DFW Airport:‘Innovative Projects are Paying Dividends for Our Customers’ - Link
  • Tax Tech: EY, Thomson Reuters Form Alliance to Aid Multinational Organizations - Link
  • Mapping, Crowd-Sourced Data Key Elements in City of Richardson’s Smart City Game Plan - Link
  • This New Dallas-based Consumer Magazine Wants to be the ‘Pulse of CBD’ - Link
  • Fort Worth Biopharma Actuate Therapeutics Raises $21.7M in Series B Funding - Link
  • This Woman, Minority‑Owned Sales Tax Firm Is Using Tech to Solve Problems Nationwide - Link
    - Dallas Innovates
  • U.S. Postal Service mail, packages are headed to Dallas by self-driving truck - Link
  • Retail therapy: Lab-grown diamonds debut in Dallas, and tax-free shopping in Texas this weekend - Link
  • Dr Pepper pops the top on its new Frisco headquarters at the Dallas Cowboys' Star - Link
  • Cashing in on cannabis? A new Plano-based magazine will focus on CBD - Link
  • Dallas couldn't buy its way out of the food desert, so now it's hoping to plant a few small seeds - Link
  • It's Dallas vs. Charlotte for Lowe's 2,000-employee innovation hub - Link
  • As companies replace employees with tech, H-E-B's president says grocer is doubling down on people - Link
  • Stein Mart stores in Texas are getting Amazon lockers - Link
  • Pharma giant Merck makes $2 billion bet on a Dallas-based cancer drug developer - Link
  • On his 100th birthday, George Mitchell would have been astounded by what his fracking technology has wrought - Link
  • Esports powerhouse Complexity Gaming opens HQ at Frisco's The Star with seven-figure investment - Link
  • Buyout giant TPG's leaders weigh in on contrarian dealmaking's past, present and future - Link
  • VisitDallas turned into a mess. Let’s use it as an opportunity - Link
    - Dallas Morning News
  • Entrepreneur Lessons Learned #5 | Nathan Yap | CEO of FBC Companies - Link
  • TMC Innovation at Texas A&M New Ventures Competition 2019! - Link
    - TMCx
  • Massive mixed-use project to bring office and coworking space to the Houston Heights - Link
  • CityCentre's new additions: What to know - Link
  • New trend helping small businesses save money on office space - Link
  • 5 things Mayor Sylvester Turner promises he'll deliver to Houston - Link
  • One of the most powerful supercomputers on earth powers up in Houston - Link
  • These are the Houston companies headed to MassChallenge Texas in Austin - Link
  • Fast-growing Houston chemicals startup closes $32 million funding round - Link
  • 5 most popular innovation stories in Houston this week - Link
  • Houston health care data company grows with new medical device partnerships - Link
  • Panel featuring Houston innovator discusses rapidly changing innovation ecosystem - Link
  • Houston early bleeding detection device company reveals results of its clinical trials - Link
  • Massive mixed-use project to bring creative office and coworking space to the Houston Heights - Link
  • Texas Children's exec to help transform the hospital's approach to innovation - Link
  • Houston startup is using technology to connect parents to local summer programs for their children - Link
  • 5 things Houston Mayor Turner promised in his State of the City Address - Link
  • Here's how a government shutdown affects university research, according to UH experts - Link
  • Houston oil and gas software company closes $15 million round lead by local PE firm - Link
  • 3 Houston innovators to know this week - Link
  • Houston software company hires new CTO after Q1 growth - Link
    - InnovationMap / Culture Map Houston
  • Tax Reform Opportunities and Traps - Link
    - HighDrive Network
  • Rice U. lab grows stable, ultrathin magnets - Link
  • Will Texas Legislature send expanded medical marijuana bill to the governor by Memorial Day? - Link
  • Rice’s Jones Graduate School of Business to launch executive education program in The Woodlands - Link
  • Low-speed electric vehicles could affect Chinese demand for gasoline and disrupt oil prices worldwide, says Baker Institute expert - Link
  • Feds fund creation of headset for high-speed brain link - Link
  • Superconductor’s magnetic persona unmasked - Link
  • Hyperspectral camera captures wealth of data in an instant - Link
  • Synthetic biologists hack bacterial sensors - Link
  • Rice recruits two faculty for cancer research - Link
    - Rice University
  • Solving a Scientific Mystery and Finding a Solution for Industry - Link
  • Generational Differences Point to a Changing Texas - Link
  • Follett Higher Education Group to Modernize, Manage UH System Campus Store Locations - Link
  • Single-Chain Insulin Would Change Dosage, Production - Link
  • Post-release Movie Piracy Creates Buzz that Drives Box Office Sales Up - Link
  • Companies Move to Houston, UH Technology Bridge - Link
  • - University of Houston
  • Houston exec leaves BBVA Compass - Link
  • Houston energy networking co. grows headcount - Link
  • Acclaimed Houston restaurant The Pass & Provisions to close - Link
  • Meet Houston's Healthiest Employers and Health Care Heroes - Link
  • HBJ's 2019 Health Care Heroes: Meet Houston's Rising Stars - Link
  • HBJ's 2019 Health Care Heroes: Meet Houston's Outstanding Health Care Practitioners - Link
  • HBJ's 2019 Health Care Heroes: Meet Houston's Outstanding Physicians - Link
  • Meet HBJ's 2019 Healthiest Employer in the extra-large company category - Link
  • Meet HBJ's 2019 Healthiest Employer in the large company category - Link
  • Meet HBJ's 2019 Healthiest Employer in the small and medium-sized company category - Link
  • Want a more productive workplace? Bump up the thermostat - Link
  • CEO: Houston biochem company in 'crazy growth mode' - Link
  • United Way of Greater Houston CEO to step down after 14 years - Link
  • Houston Business Journal reveals winners of 2019 Healthiest Employers - Link
  • Growing mattress startup to enter Houston with 3 locations this summer - Link
  • Chef from The Pass & Provisions moves to Heights restaurant - Link
  • New managing editor joins Houston Business Journal - Link
  • Former RigNet CEO takes top board seat at Houston-based network infrastructure co. - Link
  • Former Kona Grill CEO teams up with Houston co. bidding on restaurant chain - Link
  • Indian ambassador courts investments from Houston energy cos. - Link
  • Houston Mayor Turner on transit expansions: 'Go bold or stay home' - Link
  • Nonprofit drug co. backed by Laura and John Arnold, others selects manufacturer for first products - Link
  • How the industrial sector is adapting to new technology - Link
  • Sprint's 5G devices are coming soon to select markets, including Houston - Link
  • To the moon and back: NASA taps SpaceX, Boeing, others for lunar lander research - Link
  • Houston-based tacos and tequila festival expanding to San Antonio - Link
  • Dozens of 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year Award finalists hail from Houston - Link
    - Houston Business Journal
  • Eco-friendly chemicals manufacturer secures $32M in funding - Link
  • Elon Musk injects ‘X’ factor into space quest with bold vision, mixed track record - Link
  • Friendswood company wins Texas A&M New Ventures Competition - Link
  • Women of color in tech event to be held at Emancipation Park - Link
  • Links, permission best way to use website’s images - Link
    - The Houston Chronicle's Andrea Lienfelder / Techburger Blog
  • What Is Your Personal Brand? - Link
    - McAllen Chamber of Commerce
  • The Foundation Newsletter by Rich Winley - Subscribe
  • The Greatest Competitor You've Never Met - Forbes Contributor and NextCoast Venture Partners Partner Mike Smerklo - Link
  • Ushering in the Intelligence Era - Molecula - Link
  • What 9 Entrepreneurs Wish They'd Known on Graduation Day - - Link
  • Newsonomics: GateHouse's new round of layoffs fits the sad logic of the coming consolidation - Link
  • Everything You Need To Know To Pitch An Investor - Andreesen Horowitz’s Scott Kupor - Link
  • This Startup, Austin's Senseye Learned the Hard Way What It's Like to Work With the Pentagon - Link
  • Gym-Coworking Hybrids Are the Latest Gig Economy Creation - Link
  • Entrepreneur Zak Folkman On Why It's Essential To Surround Yourself With The Right People - Link
  • 70 Best Tech Companies To Work For Outside Silicon Valley - Link
  • How I Built and Sold My Company in 18 Months - Michael Thomas - Link
  • Why this CEO sits in the middle of his office - The Ladder’s Kyle Schnitzer - Link
  • 7 Things to Consider Before Launching a Fintech Startup - Nikolai Kuznetsov - Link
  • Mutual Mobile is helping manufacturers usher in a new digital transformation era. - Kat Zeman - Link
  • Managing Your Startup Board — A Short Presentation – Both Sides of the Table - Link
  • When Nobody Shows Up To My Conference Talk - David Bisset - Link
  • Fundamentals of Product-Market Fit — Holloway - Link
  • Indiegogo’s CEO steps down amid layoffs - The Verge - Link
  • Seed is the New A, A is the New B - Wing - Link
  • Friday Fun-ism: "Time Kills All Deals" - NextView Ventures - Link
  • Columbus and Pittsburgh, 'Secondary Cities,' Compete as Tech Hubs - Bloomberg - Link
  • Startup Cemetery - Learn why 100+ startups have failed - Product Hunt - Link
  • What’s the Difference Between a SAFE and a KISS? – Dan Austin - Link
  • To Normalize Parenthood in the Workplace, Don't Hide It - The Atlantic - Link
  • How I found my passion — Lessons from an ex-consultant - Link
Tech Events Network: Austin | Dallas | Houston | San Antonio
Collective Graduation
by MediaTech Ventures
Thursday, May 30, 2019 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDT
Impact Hub Austin
5540 North Lamar Boulevard Austin, TX 78751

BitAngels Austin Launch Event
by Transform Group
Thursday, May 30, 2019 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM CDT
421 West 3rd Street
Austin, TX 78701

Think & Drink Coffee: Ask Me Anything w/ Ryan Merket of Firebrand Ventures
Tuesday, June 4, 2019 8:30 AM – 9:30 AM CDT
3201 East Cesar Chavez Street Austin, TX 78702

Side Hustle School Book Tour
Wednesday, June 5th at 7:00pm
603 N Lamar Blvd, Austin, TX 78703

Future Frontiers
Friday June 7 - Sunday 9
AFS Cinema
6259 Middle Fiskville Rd, Austin, TX 78752

Houston's Social Media Day Conference 2019
Thursday, June 27, 2019 8:00 AM – 6:00 PM CDT
Houston Chronicle
4747 Southwest Freeway Houston, Texas 77027

SocialMama + Alice Mom Meetup & Walk | Memorial Park
Tuesday, May 28, 2019 8:00 AM – 9:30 AM CDT
Memorial Park Tennis Center
1500 East Memorial Loop Drive Houston, TX 77007

From Standalone to Restaurant Group
By NextSeed
Thursday, May 30, 2019 6:00 PM – 9:00 PM CDT
Prohibition Theatre
1008 Prairie Street Houston, TX 77002

CHow to Model Your Business Idea
Hosted by Ada Ryland and Ashley Stroud Phillips
Friday, May 31, 2019 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Impact Hub Austin
411 West Monroe Street · Austin, TX

Connect Like A Boss: Speed Networking
General Assembly, Bumble & Young Women's Alliance
Wednesday, June 12th 6:30 – 8:30 pm CDT
W Austin Hotel
200 Lavaca St. Austin, Texas

Austin Chamber June Summer Social Happy Hour
Thursday, June 13, 2019 at 5 PM – 7 PM
Cannon + Belle
500 E 4th Street, Austin, Texas 78701
MassChallenge Texas in Austin 2019 Startup Showcase
Thursday, June 20, 2019 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM CDT
Native Hostel and Bar & Cafe
807 East 4th Street Austin, TX 78702

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