Silicon Hills News 2018 Calendar Party at The Zebra, photo by Errich Peterson

Silicon Hills News’ 2018 Austin Tech Calendar Party took place last Thursday at The Zebra, an insurance comparison marketplace startup, in downtown Austin.

It was a wonderful evening and the event was a smashing success. This is the fourth time Silicon Hills News’ has created a tech calendar shining a spotlight on Austin’s most innovative startups and technology advocates. The event honored the 2018 calendar subjects:

Jag Bath, CEO of Favor, photo by John Davidson

Jag Bath, CEO of Favor

Insitome Cofounders Neeraj Rao and Spencer Wells

Localeur Founder Joah Spearman

Jan Ryan, director creative entrepreneurship and innovation at UT Austin at the College of Fine Arts. Photo by John Davidson.

Jan Ryan, UT Austin College of Fine Arts’ director of creative entrepreneurship and innovation

OJO Labs Cofounders John Berkowitz and David Rubin

Main Street Hub Cofounders Andrew Allison and Matt Stuart

Zoe Schlag, managing director of the Techstars Impact Accelerator

Dr. Luz Cristal Glangchai, director of the Blackstone Launchpad at UT Austin

Alex Schwartz, founder of Owlchemy Labs

OpCity Cofounders Michael Lam and Ben Rubenstein

Claire England, executive director of the Central Texas Angel Network

Andrea and Walter Kalmans, principals of Lontra Ventures, photo by John Davidson

Andrea and Walter Kalmans, principals of Lontra Ventures.

John Davidson took all the photos for the 2018 Austin Tech Calendar.

Calendar sponsors include InnoTech Austin, Austin Chamber of Commerce, TARC Technology Solutions, The Zebra, and Procore Technologies.

TriNet sponsored the food: appetizers from Mama Fu’s Asian House.

Entertainment sponsors included PythonTek, Sputnik ATX, and Lontra Ventures.

Drink Sponsors included ServiceDirect, Underminer Studios, and Manzer Communications.

And a big thank you to our host and venue sponsor: The Zebra.

Other sponsors included Drink Slingers, Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Twisted X Brewery, Rhythm Superfoods, Lantana Hummus, Shade Tree Lemonade, Hey Day Coffee, and Tiff’s Treats.

Everyone in attendance received a desktop or wall calendar. To order additional calendars please visit our Eventbrite form for our lunch and learn event on January 24th. You don’t have to attend the event to buy a calendar. Silicon Hills News will deliver it to you. But if you can attend the event, it will be great to see you and everyone attending gets a desktop calendar.

Also, Silicon Hills News will be making a donation to Austin Pets Alive for more than $200, representing 20 percent of ticket sales of the calendar.