Texas State’s SBDC Launches Technology Assistance Program

297The Texas State Small Business Development Center will kick off its new Spectrum Technology Assistance Program on July 23rd.
The program will take place at the Texas State University Round Rock Campus from 1 p.m. until 4 p.m. It’s free to attend, but registration is required.
Texas State is collaborating with the IC² Institute at the University of Texas at Austin to bring its Innovation Readiness Series to the Austin technology community.
The program focuses on commercialization and growth in startup and mid-stage technology companies. The program will cover tools and education resources and groups available in the Central Texas region.
The July kick off meeting will provide an overview of the local technology industry. It will also include networking with “technology innovators, investors, assistance providers and those involved in the technology community,” according to a news release.
“I’m relatively new to the Austin area, but it’s been my goal to be involved in this market for some time,” said Joe Harper, Texas State SBDC Center Director. “The vibrancy of the entrepreneurial community and the innovations that happen in this market around technology far surpass many other places in the U.S. Key to our participation in this market is providing leadership along with other stakeholders in the Austin technology ecosystem, bringing together the best possible environment for technology companies to lay a successful foundation and grow to greatness.”

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