Silicon Valley might have the most density, but everywhere else dominates the most active seed investors in 2013.
12 year old Ethan Duggan is set to speak at SXSW V2V after launching his app at SXSW in Austin earlier this year.
Chicago has an amazing tech and startup ecosystem, check out this infographic from BigMarker highlighting the history of Chicago Tech.
There’s been a lot of talk, and a lot of action lately surrounding Tony Hsieh, the founder of Zappos and his joint venture, the Downtown Project. Through Hsieh and the Vegas Tech Fund, startups are being lured to a community revitalization project in downtown Las Vegas. As Hsieh has explained several times, Zappos got the
Before we dive into this list of 48 startup stories from everywhere else at SXSW 2013, in the words of the late great Billy Mays, “But wait there’s more”. We have another weeks worth of stories so if we met you or interviewed you and you don’t see your story yet, or your jonesing for
Tony Hsieh, the founder of Zappos and the Downtown project in Las Vegas has been all over the SXSW Interactive festival talking about startup communities. The Vegas Tech community, which according to Hsieh is a bi-product of not just his but the entire community, had a major presence throughout the festival as well. They hosted
Now check out the rest of the photos from the party here. Or check out the Vines from the party
Now check out the Vines from the Vegas Tech Party At SXSW here
#vegastech party rockin #sxswi #sxsw #startup vine.co/v/bwEYwq2QILB — Startup Tech Guy (@startuptechguy) March 12, 2013 #vegastech party rockin some more #sxsw nibletz.com vine.co/v/bwEY1mIbuQZ — Startup Tech Guy (@startuptechguy) March 12, 2013 Even @zappos gettin down tonight #vegastech rox #sxsw #sxswi nibletz.com vine.co/v/bwEL7LtFZHK — Startup Tech Guy (@startuptechguy) March 12, 2013 More from
batterii, Cincinnati OH $2.5 Million batteri is a “co-creation” social network software platform. They recently raised $2.5 million dollars led by Cincinnati local private/public seed stage investor CincyTech. CincyTech contributed $500,000 to the round which included Los Angeles based investor Ken Salkin, batterii CEO Kevin Cummins and other unlisted individuals. The company reports that they
We’ve talked about some great startups lately that function in the customer feedback space. Entrepreneurs continue to try and streamline the process of getting store owner to know what store customer thinks, quick and efficiently. Long gone are the days that $10 off at Denny’s for calling a survey line, actually gets results. Customer feedback