Geekdom, the tech co-working space at the heart of San Antonio’s technology district, announced recently that it has teamed up with Alamo Angels to launch a pre-accelerator program designed to nurture new startups. Read more on Silicon HIlls News >
By Shari Biediger
When Chris Burney graduated from Alamo Heights High School in 2002 and went off to college at Duke University, to jobs in New York, and to business school, he didn’t look back. But a homegrown tech company – Rackspace – caught his eye in 2012, and four years later, he’s embarking on a new role to help grow other San Antonio and South Texas startups.
As the newly named executive director of the San Antonio Angel Network– Read more on Rivard Report >
By JJ Velassquez
Geekdom and Alamo Angels will offer $25,000 to get a local entrepreneur’s idea off the ground, the groups announced Tuesday. Read more on Rivard Report >
By David Holley
San Antonio—Six months after the launch of San Antonio’s first angel network, the city is playing host to a statewide summit on angel investing Friday to help members of the network gain insight from other angel investors across Texas. Read more on Xconomy >