The Austin chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization today announced results from the latest Global Entrepreneur Indicator, showing that Austin business leaders are experience strong success and preparing for continued growth.
Gravitant, the leading software company in the enterprise cloud brokerage and management market, today announced it has raised its $10M Series B funding round led by new investor Corsa Ventures. Existing investor S3 Ventures also participated.
Today’s Q&A Wednesday is with Kent Fuka, the CEO of Querium.
Two online travel leaders, HomeAway, Inc. and Expedia.com, today announced an agreement intended to expand online travel accommodation options by surfacing HomeAway vacation rental properties on Expedia.com.
OpenSymmetry, a global sales performance management (SPM) consulting firm, announced the promotion of Ray Wolf from SVP, Professional Services to President.
Will Scott, a leading software developer based in the Austin area, officially launched his ground-breaking app, ServaBid, in the iTunes app store today. ServaBid uses short, user-recorded videos to connect them with service providers in virtually any area.
The Austin chapter of Entrepreneurs’ Organization, a global network of business owners, today announced that Austin Archuleta will represent the city in the organization’s Global Student Entrepreneur Awards Finals.
I saw that PayPal was putting together a Battle Hack, and I thought it would be a good opportunity to integrate payments into an application to help people make donations to the shelter.
We have an excellent crop of fresh, new technology for you to see at the Innotech 2013 Beta Summit, which I’ve had the pleasure of hosting since 2008. This event is part of Innotech 10.0 sponsored by Presidio and the Austin Technology Council. It is held at the Austin Convention Center this Wednesday, October 16th.