“It can be particularly impactful for budding hardware-based businesses, for whom attracting investors is made easier by having a working prototype. The makerspace’s founders can also help its users through their connections with entities such as Alamo Angels, Elam said.” Read More on San Antonio Business Journal >
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 >
Joshua Baer, founder of Capital Factory is bullish on Texas.
He wrote the Texas Startup Manifesto last year and has worked diligently since then to bring Texas’ major cities together: Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas.
The goal is to create a statewide strong and supportive ecosystem for startup companies and entrepreneurs looking to create the next Whole Foods or Dell Technologies.
On Friday, Baer took his presentation to the stage at South by Southwest and presented a slideshow and talk on why Texas is the nation’s second-largest economy, behind California, and it’s growing stronger every year. Read more on Silicon Hills >