The Austin Technology Council (ATC) today released results of a study measuring the economic impact of the life sciences industry in Austin and surrounding communities including Round Rock and San Marcos.
You would think that Austin would have an overlap between the music community, and the tech community. Well, indeed it does! To kick off AustinStartup Week, the ATC is hosting a Battle of the Bands. Only these bands are made up of employees at Austin technology companies
Two weeks from today, Austin Technology Council (ATC) will host its third annual CEO Summit, for one full day at ACL Live at The Moody Theater. The Wednesday, May 8 agenda features a stellar set of local technology leaders who have built national reputations and global brands, yet remain very personally committed to the success of the region.
The second day of ATC’s CEO Summit wrapped up last Friday with the Startup Showdown, featuring Baytan Labs, MapMyFitness, Convergence Wireless, VivoGig, and Toopher. We captured some tweets along with commentary and have more coverage planned this week, so stay tuned. We used Storify’s tool to craft the original piece. You can see that version [...]
Austin Technology Council (ATC) today announced it will be hosting its second CEO Summit, after a great debut in May 2011. After being absent from the Austin technology landscape for 10 years, ATC brought back the CEO Summit in 2011, drawing in 100 CEOs from Austin area technology companies. 2012 plans include separate tracks for CFOs and CTOs, and will welcome C-level executives from technology companies statewide. The program, which has been expanded to two days, is now open for registration for qualifying executives, at www.austintechnologycouncil.org.
mobileTech Tuesday, by Steve Guengerich Dug out from Southby 2011 yet? After a week, I’m finally feeling a little recovered and in a position to look ahead. And, for me, what lies ahead falls into the spirit of the infamous Monty Python catchphrase: “…and now, for something completely different!” Because as awesome as it was [...]