In today’s Wall Street Journal there’s an article by Kevin Callahan, co-founder of MapMyFitness on how to make the most of SXSW here in fabulous Austin, Texas. His three tips are . . . Come with a plan Enjoy the local scene Introduce yourself I want to focus on introducing your self. In fact I [...]
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Austin has become a thriving epicenter of startup activity due to its accessibility, culture and maybe a little help from SXSW. In 2012 it was ranked as one of the top twenty startup ecosystems in the world by the research firm, Startup Genome, that analyzed data from over 16,000 startups.
T-Minus 8 days until the ZACH Theatre’s New Topfer Theatre opening weekend and I’ve heard from numerous people this theatre is phenomenal. I had a chance to see the theatre first hand and I have to say, they were correct!
In a world where very few people are out at work, young adults in the LGBT community are struggling to identify leaders that are willing to invest their time and energy into building the next generation of LGBT Business Leaders. StartOut (Facebook – Website), a group that seeks to help entrepreneurs be positive role models for LGBT [...]
Neighborhood: Mueller, East Austin In four days, Austin City Council will vote on what to include in the November 2012 bond package coming up for vote on November 6th. This is the city’s first full-scale bond package since 2006, according to the Austin American-Statesman. Included in the package is money to renocate libraries, improve parks, [...]
When moving to a new city, one of the best ways to network and meet new folks is by immersing yourself in the community. Depending on the crowd you’re looking to network among, getting involved with an organization or non-profit will introduce you to many people you may not otherwise meet at the gay bars.