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Contratool a Texas startup allowing contract collaboration

Contratool is a startup based in San Antonio, Texas that allows mutual parties to work on contracts without having to send email attachments back and… more

UnLtd USA Seeking Businesses to Promote Change

UnLtd USA is a business incubator with a mission: “seek out, fund and support start-up social entrepreneurs—individuals with the ideas, passion and entrepreneurial skills to… more

Girls Inc. of San Antonio promotes coding for Latina girls

Girls Inc. of San Antonio is a non-profit with the aim to: “Inspire all girls to be strong, smart, and bold.” We spoke with Amber… more

SpaceCadet is the Airbnb of Storage

Networking is awesome — we had a chance to meet Steven Quintanilla at our San Antonio meet and greet, and he told us about his… more

Heavy Heavy thrives in San Antonio’s startup scene

We were so lucky to meet Jeanette Fernandez at our most recent Latino entrepreneur meet and greet, she’s the super cool Content Director of San… more

Latino entrepreneurs shine in San Antonio

Our latest Latino entrepreneur meet and greet in San Antonio was a smashing success, as we had so many attendees we ran out of nametags… more

San Antonio Latino Entrepreneur Meet & Greet

We’re so excited to be co-sponsoring another Latino entrepreneur meet and greet in San Antonio on June 30 at Geekdom. Our last event in Austin… more

5 Qs With Geekdom’s Lorenzo Gomez

Más Wired had a chance to catch a few minutes of Lorenzo Gomez’s time recently. As the Director of San Antonio’s Geekdom and Executive Director… more

Julián Castro mocks Latino tech stereotypes

Every year in San Antonio present and former members of the media via the Society of Professional Journalists put on a show, Gridiron, to raise… more

Tech in Texas tries to recruit more women, minorities

Where are all the women in tech? It’s a simple question with a complicated answer. A recent report tried to answer the question, especially given… more

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