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Dell For Entrepreneurs Pitch Competition

After two months of pitch competitions with our 8 partners, listening to 55 startup pitches, with over 400+ startup applications alongside our Dell for Entrepreneurs partners. Dell Technologies will be hosting with Startup Grind the FINAL pitch round on September 15th, from 1-3PM CST! 8 Startup winners from the first round of competitions will be competing for a prize pool of $30,000. Register here: Contact: if you have any questions for the team on how we support startups.

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Want to learn how Beast Brands easily funded $1.6M in inventory and grew their sales 2X? Check out this case study from Kickfurther!

Houston chemicals company raises $357M, claims unicorn status - Link

- Innovation Map Houston’s Natalie Harms
  • Solugen, developer of plant-derived chemicals, raises $350 million - Link
    - Axios
  • Solugen raises $357 million to make chemicals from sugar, not petroleum - Link
    - CNBC

“Houston-based Solugen, a startup that specializes in combating carbon dioxide emitted during the production of chemicals, has hauled in $357 million in a Series C funding round. That amount eclipses the size of any Houston VC funding round this year or last year.

The Series C round lifts Solugen's pre-money valuation to $1.5 billion, according to the Axios news website. This gives Solugen "unicorn" status as a startup with a valuation of at least $1 billion.

Singapore-based GIC and Edinburgh, Scotland-based Baillie Gifford led the round, with participation from Temasek Holdings, affiliates of BlackRock, Carbon Direct Capital Management, Refactor Capital, and Fifty Years.

Since its founding in 2016, Solugen has raised more than $405 million in venture capital, according to Crunchbase.” - Innovation Map Houston’s Natalie Harms

Eventus Systems Looks to Double Its Staff After Raising $30M - Link

- Austin Inno’s Brent Wistrom
  • Austin software firm Eventus lands $30 million - Link
    - Austin American-Statesman
  • Eventus Systems Raises $30M for Its Financial Monitoring Platform - Link
    - Built In Austin
  • Eventus closes on $30 million Series B funding round - Link

“Eventus Systems Inc. loves being in Austin, but its team is spread out globally. It's been that way from the start in 2015, making the pandemic-driven shift to remote work almost a non-factor as it has grown its team and boosted its revenue.
The local startup, which develops financial risk applications for capital markets, has about 20 of its 55 employees in Austin. Now, bolstered by a $30 million in series B funding announced on Sept. 8, Eventus Systems CEO Travis Schwab says he plans to roughly double the company's headcount over the next year.” - Austin Inno’s Brent Wistrom

Rocket Dollar Raises $8 Million Series A Funding Round to Further Accelerate the Adoption of Alternative Investment IRA Platform - Link

  • The Deck Used by Retirement Startup Rocket Dollar to Raise Its Series A - Link
    - Business Insider
  • Rocket Dollar Raises $8M to Democratize Alternative IRA Investments - Link
    - Builtinaustin

Online Female Founder Roundtable:
How to Get Ahead in Austin


Austin is full of entrepreneurial women, and at this live an interactive online event, the region's top female entrepreneurs, investors, and startup experts will share their stories, best practices, and pitfalls to avoid. Join us for what promises to be an informative and entertaining roundtable and Q&A discussion.


  • Jasmin Brand - CEO and Founder, Her Texas
  • Elisa Sepulveda - Director, Founder Institute Austin & EIR MATH Ventures
  • Leigh Christie - CEO and Executive Director, BEAM Angel Network
  • Melissa Unsell-Smith - Co-founder and President, Rectify Data

Online Female Founder Roundtable: How to Get Ahead in Austin
Tuesday, September 14, 2021 4:30 PM CDT – 5:30 PM CDT

  • Applications for Techstars Austin close in less than a month on October 6th! - Apply
  • With $55M third fund, Scout Ventures is funding veterans ready to tackle the hardest technical challenges - Link
  • RealWork Labs Lands $2.5 Million for its Software that Helps Home Service Providers Attract New Customers - Link
  • UT Spinout GenXComm Lands $20 Million in Funding to Develop Technology for Private Cellular Networks - Link
    - Silicon Hills News' Laura Lorek
  • BrandMaker Acquires Marketing SaaS Solution Hive9 - BrandMaker - Link
  • 3D printed human organs? Work at Central Texas college could someday eliminate need for donors - Link
    - KXAN Austin
  • Tracking Podcast Insights in Google Analytics - Link
    - Backtracks
  • Capital Factory Investment Challenge Applications
  • Women In Tech October 4th: $100,000
  • BioTech+ Dallas November 5th: $50,000
  • Wellness Pillar #3: Getting your Rest & Relaxation - Podcast
    - Beta Business Podcast with Grant Gurtin and Nick Spiller
  • The Brains Behind Austin’s Booming Resale Industry - Link
    - 3rd & Lamar
  • RealWork Labs lands strategic investment from LiveOak Venture Partners to further fuel expansion and advance development across digital products - Link
  • Outdoorsy Considering IPO Later This Year - Link
  • ACL Fest hasn’t been given the final OK on its permits yet, but the city says that’s normal - Link
  • As climate crisis deepens, Austin looks to speed up emission reductions - Link
  • The census in Austin: homelessness, housing and schoolchildren - Link
    - Austin Monitor
  • Road to Hire to Bring Paid Tech Training and Job Access to Under-Resourced Young Adults (18–25) - Link
    - Austin Startups
  • Why tech talent is in the process of abandoning Austin - Link
    [This is an important read about the current state of tech talent in Austin. As much as I like and respect the writer and founder of Austin Digital Jobs Lani Rosales, I disagree with the conclusion. I speak with three to five people moving to Austin every week. These are startup/mentor/investor types, not early career workers, but they are all telling me that jobs are available and Austin companies are starting to get to pay parity with SF and NYC. Austin is still a net gainer of tech talent, even if some people are thinking about moving out because of housing costs or traffic/remote work issues.]
  • Coping tactics for exhausted working parents living with pandemic life side effects - Link
  • The case for nixing your company happy hour forever - Link
  • Even solopreneurs are doing live commerce online – it’s not just QVC’s game anymore - Link
  • Should you use use confidentiality clauses in your severance agreements? - Link
  • 7 Low-budget marketing ideas for small businesses [sponsored] - Link
  • LinkedIn is nixing Stories this month (LinkedIn had Stories!?) - Link
  • Have fractional shares of stocks *really* democratized the market? - Link
    - The American Genius
  • $400 billion ‘city of the future’ might land in the Lone Star State - Link
  • East Austin unlocks first neighborhood of 3D-printed homes in the U.S. - Link
    - Culture Map Austin
  • Austin-based chef named in FOOD & WINE’s 'Best New Chefs' List - Link
  • ACL Festival still awaiting special events permit from the city - Link
  • Telsa one step closer to using lasers for windshield wipers - Link
  • From The Domain to Q2 Stadium: North Austinites look back on decades of nonstop growth - Link
  • Samsung chooses Taylor for its new chip plant, citing the importance of a reliable supply of power - Link
  • Report: Samsung chooses Taylor for $17 billion chip factory - Link
  • Austin baker sells out in minutes after his sweet roll Tiktoks go viral - Link
    - Austonia
  • We built this city. Now, can UT help make Austin the best version of itself? - Link
  • Ethical Artificial Intelligence is Focus of New Robotics Program - Link
  • Portable ‘Lab-on-a-chip’ Diagnostic Platform Can Rapidly Test Dozens of People for COVID-19 - Link
  • New Way to Pull Lithium from Water Could Increase Supply, Efficiency - Link
  • Water in Bedrock is Sustaining Trees Across Country - Link
  • Researchers, Industry and Military Generals Come Together For Expo to Spotlight Innovations - Link
    - University of Texas
  • How To Create Strong Alignment Between Sales and Marketing Teams - Link
  • Tesla's New Robot, Firefly's First Launch Explodes, and More Austin Tech News - Link
  • Driving Forces Behind Austin's Tech Scene | Built In ATX - Link
    - Built in Austin
  • Firebrand Ventures hires Claire Hansen to lead Austin team - Link
  • Dean Drako is obsessed with customer experience, whether he's selling video surveillance systems or $1.2M super cars - Link
  • 68 nominated for 2021 Best CEO Awards - Link
  • Home generator demand has skyrocketed in Austin in wake of winter storm - Link
  • After layoffs and pivot, Austin health care startup reemerges as CareHive - Link
  • Here's why technology manufacturers are eyeing space in this Austin suburb - Link
  • UT-born startup lands $20M to build private 5G networks for businesses, military - Link
  • Austin company earns second place in H-E-B startup competition; Dallas bakery wins grand prize - Link
  • Austin homes ranked among the most overvalued in US - Link
  • Incentives approved to bring Samsung's $17B plant to Taylor - Link
  • As incentives weighed for Samsung, look back at ABJ's coverage of $17B search - Link
  • Billionaire looks to Texas as a possible location for proposed $400B sustainable city - Link
  • Oracle approved for $65M incentives grant for Nashville campus - Link
  • New Google leader in Austin talks growth, community, desire to be located downtown - Link
  • Pandemic-inspired office trends welcome employees back - Link
  • New Google leader in Austin talks growth, community, desire to be located downtown - Link
  • 2021 Austin-San Antonio Growth Summit zeroes in on Texas' fastest-growing region - Link
  • Austin falling far short of goals to build enough affordable housing - Link
  • Judge denies Zillow's motion to dismiss antitrust lawsuit from REX - Link
  • In the money Sept. 6: Here's who is collecting capital - Link
    - Austin Business Journal & Austin Inno's Brent Wistrom
  • Austin companies trying to sort out new COVID vaccine mandate - Link
  • Office project in works in rapidly growing East Austin - Link
  • Williamson County swings for the fences in bid for Samsung - Link
  • Central Texas beekeeper saves one hive at a time - Link
  • Lyft, Uber to pay legal fees for drivers sued under Texas abortion law - Link
  • Austin's Chubbies Shorts gets new ownership - Link
  • Despite COVID surge, growth still expected for Texas economy - Link
  • Williamson County OKs incentives for potential Samsung facility - Link
  • Austin software firm Eventus lands $30 million - Link
    - Austin American-Statesman

  • San Antonio, community partners establish website for Afghan evacuee assistance - Link
  • Service workers are struggling with child care. A new program will cover 100% of the cost for a year. - Link
  • Northside ISD uses federal COVID relief funds to expand full-day pre-K program - Link
  • City Council approves $1 million purchase of H-E-B gift cards for vaccine incentives - Link
  • UT Health San Antonio, UT Rio Grande Valley designated Texas’ only national Alzheimer’s research center - Link
  • Making San Antonio a bike-friendly city - Link
  • Toyota, Boeing voice support for making microchips in the US - Link
    - San Antonio Report
  • Change in command for U.S. Army North - Link
  • Local company a step closer to cryptocurrency mining site in Texas - Link
  • TaskUs adds new board director - Link
  • Report: Texas is third most popular state for international homebuyers - Link
  • A new chapter for an ‘American icon’: How the leader of Chuck E. Cheese is looking to the future - Link
  • About San Antonio Inno - Link
  • SA health officials bracing for possible 'twindemic' - Link
  • Country artist Randy Rogers launching New Braunfels spirits company - Link
  • SA and its tourism and dining establishments receive national recognition - Link
  • UTSA gets nearly $180M to address Covid’s financial impact - Link
  • Executive-level changes continue at Rackspace Technology - Link
  • Feeling the squeeze from Covid, Boerne Brewery is closing - Link
  • Texas' wealthiest college football programs - Link
  • Executive Q&A: Jesse Kinser of Pathwire on how computer hacking shaped her career - Link
  • 2021 Austin-San Antonio Growth Summit zeroes in on Texas' fastest-growing region - Link
  • Gaming store expanding medieval retail segment with new store - Link
  • The new college playbook: What’s next for the $3.1B collegiate sponsorship business now that athletes can get a slice of the pie? - Link
    - San Antonio Business Journal
  • Amazon to open 71,000SF facility in Abilene - Link
  • Supply chain company with Fort Worth locations rebrands as Quantix - Link
  • Mule Alley’s Second Rodeo Brewing opening with music, beer and grub - Link
  • Tennessee panel OKs $65M in state incentives for Oracle - Link
  • TimelyMD promotes, adds to staff - Link
  • Editorial: Don’t like the direction Texas is going? Change it! - Link
    - Fort Worth Business Press
  • Veteran Women’s Enterprise Center (Vwec) Leading Change & Support For Women Veteran With A $40k Pitch - Link
  • Capital One and The DEC Network partner to support small businesses during Dallas Startup Week - Link
    - Dallas Morning News
  • $400 billion ‘city of the future’ might land in the Lone Star State - Link
  • New innovative Texas music app tips the scales in favor of musicians - Link
    - Culture Map Dallas
  • The FBI Is Now Involved in Dallas City Hall’s Massive Data Deletion Snafu - Link
  • These Are the Robots Taking Up Dallas’ Open Restaurant Jobs - Link
  • Taste Testing the Boom of Dallas Hard Seltzers - Link
  • The Changing Face of Fraud During the Pandemic - Link
  • Data Center Supply Chain Struggles - Link
  • Dallas Cowboys Announce $200 Million Extension with Molson Coors - Link
  • Thriving in a Diverse New World: Signature Traits of Inclusive Leadership - Link
  • Welcome to StrongSide, D Magazine’s New Sports Section - Link
    - D Magazine
  • DI People: Match Group, KDC, BenefitMall, and More Make Moves - Link
  • Tricolor to Expand Its AI-Powered Credit Vehicle for Underserved Hispanics With $90M in Funds Managed by BlackRock - Link
  • Amazon Is Investing $1.2B to Provide College Tuition and Skills Training for Its Employees - Link
  • Southwest Airlines Launches New Cargo Booking Portal for Coast-to-Coast Shipping - Link
  • Dallas Nonprofit to Hold Events This Weekend to Commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 - Link
  • Immerss Raises $1.1M in Seed Funding to Accelerate Its Live Video ecommerce Platform - Link
  • LibDib — ‘The Airbnb of Alcohol Distribution’ — Partners With Grand Prairie’s RNDC To Give Craft Spirits Makers Access to Texas-Wide Market - Link
  • Dallas Invents: 144 Patents Granted for Week of Aug 24 - Link
  • Solo Stove Acquires Chubbies, Oru Kayak, and ISLE to Form Southlake-Based Solo Brands - Link
  • Addison’s Guaranty Bank & Trust Partners With Caliber to Revitalize Low and Moderate Income Texas Communities - Link
  • Galaxy Vets Is Launching an Employee Co-Owned Vet Healthcare System in North Texas - Link
    - Dallas Innovates
  • Health Wildcatters accelerator unveils its newest cohort of 10 startups - Link
  • Form D Friday: Fort Worth investment firm raises $149M for hedge fund - Link
  • Microsoft deal could rapidly scale this McKinney startup's growth - Link
  • Former CEO of Nokia takes over as leader of Plano’s - Link
  • Sycamore Tree Capital Partners brings on new portfolio manager, begins build on CLO - Link
  • Dallas energy investment company and private equity giant form $500 million partnership - Link
  • Pizza Hut's new CEO to take reins in late September - Link
  • California’s ThredUp eyes $50 million investment, 1,500 workers in DFW, document shows - Link
  • U.S Energy acquired a $50 million asset in the Delaware Basin - Link
  • Mark Trivette appointed CFO of BenefitMall - Link
  • ‘Get them talking to each other’: Why tech CEO won't go fully remote with Plano move - Link
  • The Whistleblower: 'We weren’t trying to make headlines. We were trying to just follow the evidence.' - Link
  • SMU-headquartered banking education organization names new president and CEO - Link
  • DFW's Tricolor lands $90 million from funds managed by BlackRock - Link
  • Billionaire looks to Texas as a possible location for proposed $400B sustainable city - Link
  • Under new CEO, GameStop says sales rise as ‘meme’ stock company makes investments - Link
  • Dallas company lands $25K, spot on H-E-B shelves after winning the chain's Quest for the Texas Best competition - Link
  • E-commerce tech startup lands $1.1 million seed round from local investors - Link
  • NTT Data names new Digital Transformation Services Leader - Link
  • Custom pillow company has a new head - Link
  • Frisco startup eyes $500K raise to help build smart contract platform - Link
  • iBuying up sharply in Dallas-Fort Worth, placing it among top in nation - Link
  • Dallas-based Match Group joins key stock club as shares climb - Link
  • MGO Private Wealth welcomes new managing director and head of family office services - Link
  • Abbott says new laws will help recruit companies from California - Link
  • Tyler Technologies completes $84 million purchase of Nashville's VendEngine - Link
  • Tarrant County auto parts reseller completes fourth acquisition since purchase by global PE firm - Link
  • I quit! Texas employers beware – it’s a job seeker market right now - Link
  • Cowboys, Molson Coors to unveil $200M extension - Link
  • Plano-based Orb Health names Aneel Moolji and Tyler Downs to new executive positions - Link
  • Allen-based PFSweb completes sale of business segment to Merkle - Link
  • CEO: Building Texas bullet train hinges on Congress passing bipartisan infrastructure bill - Link
  • DFW sees number of technology jobs decline as metro’s ranking slips behind Washington, D.C. - Link
  • Follow the money: North Texas startups raised more than $135M in August - Link
  • Player personnel: Check out the new hires in the DFW tech and startup scene in August - Link
  • How much corporate money is on college campuses? We follow the dollars. - Link
    - Dallas Business Journal & NXT Inno's Kevin Cumming
  • HTXelerator Open Applications - Apply
  • energyNEXT program by Foresight Canada and Eunike Ventures - Apply
  • Halliburton Labs Application - Apply
  • Data Gumbo Receives Deep Analysis' 2021 Innovation Index Award - Link
  • Manufacturing Day Houston: East End Maker Hub - Link
  • 21 Reasons to Move to Houston in 2021 - Link
  • Megan Fier graduates to sEATz 🎓. - Link
    - Houston Exponential
  • University of Houston prescribes homeless relief with new free clinic - Link
  • Rice named one of the greatest schools in U.S. in prestigious new list - Link
  • Houston chemicals company raises $357M, claims unicorn status - Link
  • Editor's note: Celebrating 100 episodes of the Houston Innovators Podcast and the InnovationMap Awards - Link [Congratulations to Natalie Harms and her team for reaching this impressive milestone]
  • 5 most popular innovation stories in Houston this week - Link
  • Houston organization launches the first commercial spaceflight medical research program - Link
  • Houston experts share tips for families in the digital age - Link
  • University of Houston engineer receives $3.7M to work on seizure-preventing tech - Link
  • InnovationMap reveals the winners of our inaugural awards - Link
  • Live now: Join the InnovationMap Awards livestream - Link
  • Rice University named one of the greatest schools in U.S. in prestigious new report - Link
  • Report: Houston sees uptick in data center leasing activity - Link
  • Digital pharmacy launches in Houston to address access with same-day delivery - Link
  • Overheard: Young founders explain the challenges they've faced - Link
  • Houston research: Understanding the limit to our professional networks - Link
  • Texas clocks in among 5 hardest-working states in America, study shows - Link
  • 3 Houston innovators to know this week - Link
    - InnovationMap's Natalie Harms / Culture Map Houston
  • Graduate Student Loan Closet reopens, restocked and revamped - Link
  • Deep in the heart of the ‘Texas Triangle,’ a global powerhouse emerges - Link
  • Tweezer grant pleases Rice researchers - Link
  • Climate progress requires competition, not cooperation, with China - Link
  • Rice among most acclaimed universities in Princeton Review history - Link
  • Dashboard displays troubling trend of unexplained deaths - Link
  • Nature’s archive reveals Atlantic tempests through time - Link
  • Rice announces new faculty funding opportunities - Link
  • Cristina Rivera Garza talks medicine, language and bodies in Sept. 22 lecture - Link
    - Rice University
  • UH students use passions to start their businesses - Link
  • Sex work should be decriminalized, destigmatized - Link
    - University of Houston
  • An entrepreneur creates space business ecosystem - Link
  • Huge telescope to go through Panama Canal before heading to space - Link
  • Unvaccinated United employees must take leave or face termination - Link
  • New rock sample could lead to 'jaw-dropping discoveries' on Mars - Link
    - Houston Chronicle
  • Houston startup Solugen raises $350M Series C to decarbonize chemicals industry - Link
  • 3 Houston-area cos. make People magazine's 100 Companies That Care list - Link
  • 6 steps to take in starting your own business - Link
  • JPMorgan Chase moves 1,700 employees back into Houston's tallest tower - Link
  • Battery storage startup Key Capture Energy will be acquired by SK E&S Co. of South Korea - Link
  • Luby's CFO departs as co. closes sales of restaurant chains, lines up $88M real estate deal - Link
  • Digital pharmacy Capsule establishes office, aims to hire for Houston region expansion - Link
  • Bun B's H-Town Takeover set for RodeoHouston's 2022 Black Heritage Day concert - Link
  • Academy Sports & Outdoors reports record Q2, increases 2021 guidance, will buy back shares - Link
  • Growing number of Houston cos. require employees to get Covid-19 vaccine, GHP survey finds - Link
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science inks lease, startup expands in East End Maker Hub - Link
  • Houston-based Sweet Paris Creperie & Cafe to expand to Dallas, Miami - Link
  • Auto giant Stellantis acquiring Houston finance co. for $285M - Link
  • Wells Fargo's head of commercial banking to retire, be succeeded by Houston exec - Link
  • Dish Society's parent co. to open new restaurant in CityCentre - Link
  • 5 things to know today, plus two multibillion-dollar deals - Link
  • See the largest banks in Houston in 2021 — and which gained, lost market share - Link
  • Baker Tilly to grow digital capabilities, Texas presence with acquisition of AcctTwo - Link
    - Houston Business Journal
  • Founders First CDC Launches $100,000 Job Creators Quest Grant Program - Link 
  • T-Minus - From Our Founder: Why I Built T-Minus for my Past-CTO Self - Link
  • NextCoast: We're back to talk Austin, VC, entrepreneurship...and tacos - Link
  • Announcing Kauffman Fellows Newest Cohort, Class 26 - Kauffman Fellows - Link
  • Three Turtles, One Straw: Where We Stand With Ocean Pollution - Kirk Coburn - Link
  • This CEO voiced support for Texas’s controversial abortion law. One day later he was out - Link
  • Bumble creates relief fund for people seeking abortions in Texas - Link
  • These two London-based entrepreneurs want to make Brixton the Black Silicon Valley - Link
  • Media moguls and political donations: We tracked where news executives give their money - Link
  • Take a hint from DoorDash on how to promote women of color - Link
  • Startup CFO to Accredited Angel Investor - Link
  • Here's how membership club The Gathering Spot is building community among DC professionals - Link
  • Exclusive: MicroAquire CEO Andrew Gazdecki talks about how he helps bootstrapped founders get their due | The Business of Business - Link
  • New Hutch incubator space for minority, women-led tech startups debuts downtown - Baltimore Business Journal - Link
  • Shipping companies build up their efforts to respond to Uber. Will it work, or will they be hurt like taxicabs? - Link
  • Best Little Lab Space In Texas: Will Building Boom Level Up Lone Star Life Sciences? - Link
  • VC Daily : Digital Health Is Booming, but VC Doesn't See a Bubble Forming - Link
  • Insurance startup Marshmallow becomes the second British black-owned unicorn - Link
  • Act One Ventures Partner on Becoming a Venture Capitalist - Link
  • Influx of VC spending fuels hot job market in city tech industry - Link
  • Meet David Sacks, Gavin Newsom's loudest critic in Silicon Valley - Link
  • The geography of AI - Link
  • Dropshipping: What is it, and How does it Work? - Link
  • How This Florida Startup Scaled from Garage Project to Hair Tie Dynamo | - Link
  • A VC shares 5 things no one told you about pitching VCs | TechCrunch - Link
  • 6 Ways to Identify Enterprise-Ready Startups - Link
  • Meet the two picks from J&J and Village Capital’s culturally competent care accelerator - MedCity News - Link
  • Texas social media censorship bill signed into law - Link
  • Investment Thesis Collection from Venture Capital Firms - - Link
  • Andreessen Pulls a Bezos - Link
  • Daily Crunch: Microsoft acquires tutoring platform TakeLessons for undisclosed sum - Link
  • A founder’s guide to effectively managing your option pool - Allen Miller - Link
  • Theranos’ greatest invention was Elizabeth Holmes - The Verge - Link
Tech Events Network: Austin | Dallas | Houston | San Antonio
2021 Intro to the UT/Austin Startup Ecosystem
Herb Kelleher Entrepreneurship Center
Monday, September 13, 2021 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM CDT

gBETA Houston: Venture Capital vs Angel Investment
Tuesday, September 14, 2021 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM CDT

Online Female Founder Roundtable: How to Get Ahead in Austin
Tuesday, September 14, 2021 At 4:30 PM CDT – 5:30 PM CDT

SKU Town Hall: Financing options for CPG Startups
Thursday, September 16th, 2021 at 12:00 PM
Beta Business
Venture Weekly Live Podcast
Wednesday September 29th 2021 5:30pm - 6:30pm

Greentown Labs Climatetech Career Fair
Thursday, September 16th 5:30pm - 8pm

Rice Alliance's 19th Annual Energy Tech Venture Forum
Thursday, September 16th

Neurodiversity and the Value of Data Registration
Tuesday, September 21st, 2021 at 12:00 PM

Technology Advisors Group
Sisu –Creating Robots That are Fast2Learn, Easy2Use & Simple2Program

Russell Aldridge, CEO of Sisu
Friday, September 24, 2021 8:00 AM

Halliburton Labs Finalists Pitch Day
Thursday September 30, 2021 9:00 AM-12:30 PMCT
HackDFW 2021 | The Design-Thinking Hackathon of Texas
October 1-3, 2021
The Comerica Center Dallas, TX and Virtually

Austin Startup Week
October 4th - 7th

Women In Tech Epic Office Hours Presented by Capital Factory
Monday, October 4th 10:30am

Acquisitions & IPOs: What to Expect and How to Prepare in Today's Market
Tuesday October 5th, 2021 12:00 PM

San Antonio Startup Week
October 11 – 22, 2021

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

Virtual Conference For Food Resilience, Equity & Access
Virtually November 10, 2021
Call For Presenters - Link

The Listies Gala
Thursday, November 11th, 2021 at 7:00 PM

Consumer Goods Summit
November 16th - 18th

Impact Showcase & Awards: A Celebration of Tech Startups in North Texas
Thursday March 3rd, 5:00 PM
Globe Life Field 734 Stadium Dr, Arlington, TX 76011
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