Texas State Team Wins Another Top Business Plan Competition

SioTex, a startup spun out of Texas State University in San Marcos, has won another business plan competition. This time the team won the $10,000 Grand Prize at the 2014 American Chemical Society Green Chemistry Institute business plan competition. The team snagged the prize at the 18th Annual Green Chemistry & Engineering Conference in Bethesda, […]

How to Craft the Perfect Pitch

By LAURA LOREK Founder of Silicon Hills News A good pitch can determine whether a startup lands money from investors to expand. But few entrepreneurs know how best to pitch. Texas State University’s Small Business Development Center held a special training session Wednesday afternoon at its Round Rock campus to help entrepreneurs titled “Pitching to […]

Texas State University’s STAR Park keeps High-Tech Companies in Texas

BY ANDREW MOORE Reporter with Silicon Hills News How does a small or mid-sized company create a product on the cutting edge of material science or nano-technology? Not only would they need to acquire or rent multi-million dollar equipment, but they would need access to dedicated lab space and support staff. Traditionally, companies would need […]