Texas-Squared Startup Newsletter #294 | by Marc Nathan | Apr, 2021 – Venture Views

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  • Applications are open for the 2021 Austin Fast Start Pitch Competitions — Apply
  • South by Southwest Stake Is Sold to Owner of Rolling Stone in Effort to Keep Festival Alive — WSJ — Link
  • Six Companies Named in New U.S. Army Program — Link
  • Evocalize Opens New Office In Austin, Texas To Support Growing Demand for Its Collaborative… — Link

    – Austin Startups
  • Del Valle ISD partners with Tesla for new student training program — Link

    – KXAN Austin
  • Tech will be at the heart of the office-centric workplace post-COVID — Link
  • Austin outshines San Francisco a nation’s top thriving tech hub — Link

    – CultureMap Austin
  • Rapper Vic Mensa Joins Sports Audio App Colorcast as Advisor & Part-Owner — Link
  • Dalton Skach — Blockchain Real Estate With Gold Gate — Link

    – Friends in Austin Podcast
  • Massive $10 million futuristic indoor farm crops up in Austin suburb — Link
  • Austin outshines San Francisco a nation’s top thriving tech hub — Link

    – CultureMap Austin
  • Foundation Communities gets $1.5M, seeks more to fund affordable housing projects — Link
  • Downtown leaders map out pandemic recovery amid construction boom — Link
  • Austin Resource Recovery reworking Zero Waste Master Plan — Link
  • County launches Civilian Climate Corps to create green jobs — Link
  • Report raises questions about convention center finances — Link
  • Devil is in the details when it comes to recalibrating density bonus — Link
  • Questions abound with convention center’s future up in the air — Link

    – Austin Monitor
  • Dell becomes founding partner of Austin’s new Moody Center — Link
  • Luxury goods, robots and piercings: 5 new arrivals in Austin retail — Link
  • A future at Tesla just got easier for Del Valle ISD grads with latest partnership — Link
  • Wayfair announces Austin expansion, opening 200 jobs — Link
  • Two higher-ups step down from Austin billionaire Robert F. Smith’s investment firm — Link
  • Miami vs Austin: Sunbelt cities draw Californians, competing for tech-odus transplants — Link
  • Once a foster kid herself, Austin-area nonprofit founder is keeping aging out foster youth off the streets — Link
  • Keeping Austin weird: 9 times ‘the People’s Republic of Austin’ was more progressive than the rest of Texas — Link
  • More than 10,000 people are homeless in Austin. Who are they, and why? — Link
  • McConaughey vs. Abbott: Texans vote McConaughey in latest governor poll — Link
  • A new hope: SXSW hands 50% stake to out-of-town owner after COVID losses — Link
  • Formula 1 announces Miami Grand Prix, making Circuit of the Americas one of two U.S. tracks — Link

    – Austonia
  • Climate-friendly Microbes Chomp Dead Plants Without Releasing Heat-trapping Methane — Link
  • Why the Human Body Has Not Evolved to Make Childbirth Easier — or Has It? — Link
  • An Advocate for Small Farms and Better Food Systems — Link
  • A look at UT’s essential role in addressing the global COVID-19 pandemic — Link
  • Inspiring Students the Aim as Nobel Laureates Come to UT Austin for Virtual Celebration — Link
  • Is Graduate School for You? — Link
  • Current System of School Testing in Texas is Outdated — Link

    – University of Texas
  • Don’t forget about essential workers in a post-COVID world (be kind) — Link
  • This tool is your ‘hack’ to a simultaneous live stream across platforms — Link
  • Had to take career gaps? LinkedIn’s latest feature helps you explain — Link
  • Chasing Clubhouse success? How the audio chat room trend affects products — Link
  • Will China’s new digital currency really compete with the US Dollar? — Link
  • New Pinterest code of conduct pushes for mindful posting — Link

    – The American Genius
  • UV Disinfectant Startup INVZBL Moves HQ to Austin, Plans to Hire 25 to 50 — Link
  • 21 Austin Companies To Watch in 2021 — Link
  • At Ascension’s Digital Studio, Agile Processes and Traditional Values Meet | Built In Austin — Link
  • RazorMetrics Raises $6M to Provide Cost Savings on Prescription Drugs — Link
  • Wayfair Is Opening an Austin Office, Plans to Hire 200 Engineers — Link
  • When Marketing Attribution Blurred, This Company Turned to Tech — Link
  • LeanDNA Named a 2021 Excellence in Customer Service Award Recipient — Link
  • Content Creation Startup Soona Raises $10.2M Series A Round — Link
  • The Zebra Raised $150M, Blockcap Moved to Austin, and More ATX Tech News — Link
  • Canva Pulled in $71M, Markaaz Moved to Austin, and More ATX Tech News — Link

    – Built in Austin
  • MeBeBot is Austin Inno’s 2021 Tech Madness champion — Link
  • Torchy’s Tacos opens first ghost kitchen, featuring its first vegan taco — Link
  • Howard Tellepsen shares lessons learned from leading 112-year-old Texas construction business — Link
  • Is wide-spread adoption of cryptocurrency and the rise of central bank digital currency about to happen? — Link
  • How to protect your identity after a data breach — Link
  • Austin begins process of tweaking Downtown Density Bonus Program fees — Link
  • Silicon Labs to sell auto, infrastructure business for $2.75B — Link
  • Dell named founding partner for UT basketball arena replacing Erwin Center — Link
  • Austin airport to build new cargo facility to keep up with demand for e-commerce — Link
  • Viewpoint: Texas can be a hydrogen winner — Link
  • Former SolarWinds CEO Kevin Thompson to lead Silicon Valley software company — Link
  • Katie Harvey, KGBTexas CEO, says success starts with authenticity — Link
  • Viewpoint: Keep it quirky when you move to ATX — Link
  • Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan addresses return to office, economic recovery at annual shareholder meeting — Link
  • Recruiting edge, closer ties to community drove Austin FC stadium sponsorship, Q2 CEO says — Link
  • Home decor giant Wayfair to open office in Austin, make 200 tech hires — Link
  • Viewpoint: Your business may do better as a co-op — Link
  • U.S. public companies named 82 Latinx people to their boards in Q1, a 331% year-over-year jump — Link
  • Austin’s FTC Solar prices IPO — Link
  • Invzbl, startup using UV to kill Covid, moves to Austin — Link
  • Is Austin ready to return to in-person events? Here’s what our exclusive survey found — Link
  • Banking veterans to purchase Capital Bank of Texas, move it to Austin — Link
  • Parallel putting $25M cannabis facility in San Marcos — Link
  • CEOs team up to launch startup that helps build more diverse environments — Link
  • Husband and wife move electronics manufacturer BSU to Austin from NY — Link
  • Many workers would rather quit than return to office full time, survey finds — Link
  • Report: Convention Center won’t expand to the west — Link
  • The office of the future is here now — Link
  • Clean tech in Texas: How the winter storm may boost innovation — Link
  • M&A wrap: SXSW sells 50% stake, WSJ reports; Enverus gets new PE owner — Link
  • In the money April 19: Austin cos. report $162M in deals — Link
  • Sunnova’s CEO is banking on a change in perception around renewable energy — Link
  • Tyler Technologies CEO Lynn Moore talks $2.3B deal, navigating turbulent 2020 — Link

    – Austin Business Journal & Austin Inno’s Brent Wistrom
  • Austin’s Silicon Labs sells business unit for $2.75B — Link
  • Wayfair adding tech office in Austin, plans to hire up to 200 — Link
  • Willie’s team celebrates ‘High Holidays’ with pot convention — Link
  • Austin’s FirstClose acquires two companies — Link
  • SXSW sells stake to Penske Media — Link
  • NASA picks Elon Musk’s SpaceX to build craft for moon mission — Link
  • Austin’s jobless rate drops as economy shows signs of recovery — Link
  • As Austin home prices soar, housing experts don’t fear bubble — Link
  • Two Austin startups raise a combined $5.1M — Link
  • Bitcoin mining company moves HQ to Austin — Link
  • Austin-based Oracle weighs Nashville expansion – Link

    – Austin American-Statesman

SAN ANTONIO

  • Alamo Angels Invests in UTSA Grad’s Affordable Prosthetic Startup Alt-Bionics – Link
  • Trinity University Virtual Stumberg Venture Competition Selects 5 Finalists – Link

    – Startups San Antonio’s Iris Gonzalez
  • Local company developing flight simulator game for Air Force as recruitment tool – Link
  • Is vaccine supply outstripping demand? Local campaign looks to combat hesitancy – Link
  • Visit San Antonio taps Chicago tourism executive as its new CEO – Link
  • DeBerry public relations firm rebrands as commissioner takes on ‘limited’ role – Link

    – San Antonio Report
  • Feel good Friday: San Antonio high school student awarded $180,000 scholarship – Link
  • ACLU’s Mobile Justice app helps witnesses hold bad cops accountable – Link
  • Luminaria awards 2021 Artist Foundation grants to seven San Antonio-area creators – Link

    – San Antonio Current
  • SA lawyer wins $32M verdict in business brawl – Link
  • Behind the Deal: How a high-growth tech company CEO changed his mind about leaving SA – Link
  • Boston VC invests major funds into local subscription billing startup – Link
  • USAA Real Estate acquires full ownership of New York investment firm – Link
  • Behind the Deal: How SA landed JetBlue and the potential spinoff – Link
  • West Side Story: The challenge of balancing economic progress, potential displacement – Link
  • Local law tech industry company acquired – Link
  • Major SA institutions collaborating on surgical diabetes treatment – Link
  • Spurs tap former Twitch exec to court global brands – Link
  • Executive Q&A: Geekdom CEO on filling the gaps in SA’s startup ecosystem – Link
  • Local agtech merging with Houston company to reduce carbon footprint – Link
  • Executive Q&A: Guenther & Son’s outgoing CEO built a global business – Link
  • IPO-bound TaskUs incurred millions in costs due to Covid-19 – Link
  • Local e-commerce software company adds chief marketing officer – Link
  • Veteran entrepreneur finds SA startup scene tough to crack – Link
  • How ready is San Antonio to resume in-person events? Here’s what our exclusive survey found. – Link
  • Ghost kitchen opening asada concept as full-service restaurant – Link
  • Today’s workforce seeks out businesses that put environmental issues top of mind – Link
  • Geekdom names chief operating officer – Link
  • Mayor wants private sector to lead SA’s new economic strategy – Link
  • Visit San Antonio names new CEO – Link
  • Research analyst: TaskUs set to ride industry growth wave as IPO nears – Link

    – San Antonio Business Journal
  • Women & Wealth event to feature woman who built venture capital firm while homeless – Link
  • Bullish on Cowtown: What some of Fort Worth’s leaders have to say about the future of our city, and how we can get there – Link
  • Fort Worth’s First American Payment acquired by Deluxe for $960 million – Link
  • Longview Equity acquires 3 warehouses, one in Fort Worth – Link
  • Bank names North Texas regional president – Link
  • Better locations soon available on 9-1-1 calls – Link
  • Newsmakers: New Science and Engineering dean at TCU – Link
  • Texas business leaders say Legislature’s anti-LGBTQ bills could hurt the state’s economy – Link
  • Leadership shakeup continues at GameStop, CEO to depart – Link

    – Fort Worth Business Press
  • Meet 5 Black Female Entrepreneurs Changing the Rules of Business – Link
  • Dallas Police Relaxes Weed Policy Just in Time For 4/20 – Link
  • Goodr Food Delivery Program Launches Pilot Program in South Dallas – Link

    – Dallas Observer
  • Dallas’ First Medical Marijuana Clinic Is Now Open – Link
  • Deal Ticker: Garland Electronics Manufacturer Plans Major Expansion – Link
  • Dallas Needs to Decide What To Do With $377 Million in Federal Stimulus Money – Link
  • The Past, Present, and Future of Cancer Care Design – Link
  • A COVID-19 Lesson for Urban Design: Turn the Planning Process Upside Down – Link
  • Now Available: D CEO’s April Digital Edition – Link
  • Data Centers Have Emerged As The ‘Darling Child’ of North Texas Commercial Real Estate – Link
  • North Texas’ Entrepreneurial Scene is Gaining Momentum, Despite COVID-19 – Link
  • Personnel Moves: GameStop CEO Steps Down – Link
  • Meet White Rhino Coffee, A Different Breed Of Coffee Shop – Link
  • How To Influence Wellness Through Architecture And Design – Link
  • Avocados From Mexico Launches Clothing Line – Link
  • Deadline Extended: D CEO’s Nonprofit and Corporate Citizenship Awards – Link
  • Dallas Cops Will Finally Stop Charging People for Small Amounts of Pot – Link
  • Spark Biomedical’s Drug-Free Solution to Opioid Withdrawal – Link

    – D Magazine
  • DI People: The Dallas Foundation, BenefitMall, D.R. Horton, and More Make Moves – Link
  • The Pitch: Cornbread Hustle Sweeps Five Categories, Including Social Innovator of the Year – Link
  • Denton Nonprofit Carton Council Wants to Make Sure Cartons Don’t End Up in Landfills – Link
  • NTT Data Study Reveals Financial Institutions Believe AI is the Key to Success – Link
  • TechFW, Cowtown Angels, and Other Local Organizations Team Up for Inaugural Women & Wealth Event – Link
  • Southwest Airlines Continues Its Support of Sustainable Aviation Fuel Research to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions – Link
  • Mavenir Gets a $500M Investment From Koch Strategic Platforms – Link
  • Texas Wind Force: How This Dallas Founder’s Vision Fueled an Industry – Link
  • Dallas Invents: 117 Patents Granted for Week of April 6 – Link
  • Dallas’ Integrity Marketing Group Continues to ‘Innovate Insurance’ With New Acquisition – Link
  • Dallas-Based Hair and Beauty Company You Go Natural Raises $2 Million in Seed Funding Round – Link
  • Plano-Based CharaChorder’s New Kickstarter Product Wants to Help You Type Faster Than Any Other Keyboard – Link
  • Two Years In: Rosy Wellness Evaluates the Gaps in Women’s Sexual Health and the Dallas Startup’s Success in Filling Them – Link
  • Equipping Technology Companies with Information To Be Resilient – Link
  • First Look: Capitol One Reveals Plans for Its First-Ever Airport Lounge at DFW – Link
  • Meet the Innovator: How UNT Researchers Adapted Bioterrorism Tech to Fight COVID-19 – Link
  • Meet Coevál Studio, the Design Company Behind The Rustic, Pressed Roots, and Other Dallas Hotspots – Link
  • Dallas-Fort Worth Joins Bay Area and NYC in Addressing Lack of Venture Capital Funding for Female-Founded Companies – Link
  • Two Dallas Companies Make Deloitte and Wall Street Journal’s Second Annual U.S. Best Managed Companies List – Link

    – Dallas Innovates
  • Why Southlake is becoming a private equity hub in North Texas – Link
  • RELOCATION STATION: Recapping economic development opportunities in Dallas-Fort Worth, and what’s next – Link
  • Well-known North Texas executive takes reins at California electric vehicle company – Link
  • Social impact innovators take home funding at United Way’s annual pitch competition – Link
  • This founder went from staffing diverse talent to helping workplaces create their own diversity – Link
  • New York tech company relocates HQ to Plano amid plan to go public – Link
  • Will Charles Schwab expand into crypto trading? – Link
  • Private Fort Worth company to be bought for nearly $1B – Link
  • Move over Texas, Miami mayor talks Bay Area exodus — and how he plans to have his city win big – Link
  • Dallas bank begins recovery after missteps led to ‘bruised’ brand, CEO says – Link
  • Despite growth, rapidly diversifying workforce in Dallas, Collin counties remains unequal – Link
  • McKinney has attracted 15 tech companies in just over a year — and wants to pick up the pace – Link
  • Garland manufacturer confirms HQ move, plans to double workforce – Link
  • The rundown on the FBI’s 2020 cybercrime report – Link
  • Truist Bank names new North Texas regional president – Link
  • Studio Movie Grill emerges from Chapter 11 bankruptcy – Link
  • Richardson tech company getting $500M investment after backing off IPO – Link
  • Boston area tech company worth over $1B quietly relocated its HQ to Plano this year – Link
  • Do corporate headquarters relocations affect home prices in Dallas-Fort Worth? – Link
  • California investment advising company growing in DFW, acquiring local firms – Link
  • North Texas manufacturer to bring new facility, 60 jobs to Lancaster – Link
  • UX design studio Not Dev plants roots in DFW as it looks to build its team – Link
  • Dallas health-tech company gets over $20M more in funding – Link
  • Growth on the horizon for Fort Worth-based staffing firm – Link
  • Impact Ventures lands ‘largest gift to date’ with $450K grant – Link
  • Local manufacturer to bring HQ, nearly 100 jobs with $125K wages to Addison – Link
  • Capital One is getting into airport lounges, starting at DFW Airport – Link
  • North Carolina-based company joins Dallas wealth advisory firm – Link
  • No surprises as Texas M&A continues to rage in first quarter – Link
  • 7 charged by SEC and Justice Department in Dallas energy company fraud – Link
  • GameStop CEO to step down amid leadership overhaul – Link
  • Behind the IPO: Why Alkami’s move to the public market will ‘turbocharge’ the fintech – Link

    – Dallas Business Journal & NXT Inno’s Kevin Cumming
  • Dr. Bernard A. Harris Jr Joins Raytheon Technologies’ Board of Directors – Link

    – Homeland Security Today
  • Beachwood | Josh Robbins on Oil and Gas Startups – YouTube – Link
  • Meet David Falloure – Link

    – Voyage Houston Magazine
  • Houston-Based Venture Capitalist Invests in Female-Owned Businesses That Win — Inside the Mind of Carrie Colbert – Link
  • Carrie Colbert of Curate Capital: Why We Need More Women Founders & Here Is What We Are Doing To Make That Happen – Link
  • Tilman Fertitta’s super-luxury car dealership now accepting dogecoin – Link
  • City of Houston joins forces with nonprofit to launch a citywide solar co-op – Link
  • 5 most popular innovation stories in Houston this week – Link
  • Houston startup grows C-suite, Deloitte opens awards apps, SDO names leader, and more innovation news – Link
  • Texas expert: Energy reliability and climate sustainability are not mutually exclusive – Link
  • Houston-based software startup aims to connect workers with wages in real time – Link
  • Houston researchers tap into tech to provide new brain-related health care solutions – Link
  • ExxonMobil announces $100B carbon-capture hub for Houston area – Link
  • Newly appointed innovation leader calls for more health care collaboration in Houston – Link
  • New accelerator supporting BIPOC in aerospace launches with inaugural cohort – Link
  • Houston again anointed the most diverse city in the U.S. by new report – Link
  • Web page or app? Houston expert shares his tips for launching your online platform – Link
  • Houston startup rolls out ESG blockchain-as-a-service model – Link
  • Houston supercar dealer now accepting Dogecoin as payment – Link
  • 3 Houston innovators to know this week – Link

    – InnovationMap’s Natalie Harms / Culture Map Houston
  • Rice webinar showcases big data’s rise in sports and gambling – Link
  • Touchless temperature made simple – Link
  • Pedram Hassanzadeh wins NSF CAREER Award – Link
  • Rice offers summer coding camp for high school students – Link
  • Undergraduate research showcase returns to Rice in hybrid format April 21 – Link
  • ‘An unprecedented year’: Record number of Rice grad students awarded NSF fellowships – Link
  • Sports gambling conference eyes risks, rewards of legalization – Link

    – Rice University
  • UH alumna creates nonprofit to bring cheer with flowers – Link
  • Valenti School students create semester short film – Link
  • Air filters preventing spread of COVID-19 to be installed – Link

    – University of Houston
  • Houston’s Weingarten Realty Investors has been acquired for $3.87 billion – Link
  • SpaceX launches astronauts on previously flown rocket, spacecraft – Link
  • NASA’s Perseverance rover turns carbon dioxide into oxygen – Link
  • NASA’s tiny helicopter goes higher on 2nd Mars flight – Link
  • Biden’s NASA nominee gets warm welcome in Senate – Link
  • NASA confirmation hearing underway for former Sen. Bill Nelson – Link
  • NASA’s tiny helicopter takes flight on Mars – Link

    – Houston Chronicle
  • First Foundation CEO seeks Texas acquisition after moving HQ to Dallas – Link
  • U.S. public companies named 82 Latinx people to their boards in Q1, a 331% year-over-year jump – Link
  • Op-ed: Texas can be a hydrogen winner – Link
  • High-tech health tools can simplify the way employees manage their health – Link
  • Is wide-spread adoption of cryptocurrency and the rise of central bank digital currency about to happen? – Link
  • How to protect your identity after a data breach – Link
  • Houston VC firm Texas Halo Fund to close fundraising for fourth fund next week – Link
  • Lululemon enters the resale market – Link
  • Longroad Energy Partners wins millions in tax incentives for solar farm – Link
  • International industrial and technology giant Thyssenkrupp plans Houston layoffs – Link
  • The Ion launches aerospace accelerator for minority-owned startups – Link
  • San Antonio agtech firm merges with Houston company to reduce carbon footprint – Link
  • WSJ ranks University of Houston-Downtown highest in diversity for Southern schools – Link
  • Houston esports, content creation group Enterprise Gaming eyes growth, fundraising – Link
  • Tech looks to analytics skills to bolster its workforce – Link
  • Here’s what Houston leaders think of Exxon’s $100B carbon capture idea – Link
  • Maximus to acquire Houston-based Veterans Evaluation Services in $1.4B deal – Link
  • Houston e-commerce startup Cart.com to hire 100 after Series A raise – Link
  • Houston Business Journal names 40 Under 40 Class of 2021 honorees – Link
  • Houston’s ‘foodie culture’ made it a perfect fit for new owners of Uli’s Kitchen – Link
  • HPE CEO Antonio Neri: How Houston attracted Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s HQ – Link
  • Exxon: Houston an ideal site for $100B carbon capture and storage project – Link
  • Houston-area data center operators bullish on demand as business recovers from pandemic – Link
  • County commissioner teams up with industry leaders to improve air quality transparency – Link
  • CEOs team up to launch startup that helps build more diverse environments – Link
  • E-commerce services provider Cart.com raises $25M Series A – Link
  • Texans-branded gym opens in Meyerland – Link
  • Houston ranks fifth most affordable major city in U.S. for buying a home solo – Link
  • Hello Alice CEO aims to connects female entrepreneurs to opportunities – Link
  • Utah software co. Avetta to open second headquarters in Houston – Link

    – Houston Business Journal
  • Hyperledger — A Tsunami for Blockchain Innovation – Kirk Coburn – Link
  • How First-Time Founders Got Screwed by Dirty Term Sheets – Business Insider – Link
  • 278. The Sustainable & Temporary Trends of COVID, The Self-Aware Founder, and Writing the Survival Guide for the Mental Aspect of Entrepreneurship (Mike Smerklo) | The Full Ratchet – Link
  • Should You Pitch Your Startup to Early-Stage Investors? – Link
  • The tampon removal glove that got investor backing is an example of a broken entrepreneurial system – Link
  • Virtual Event Planner for Meetings & Conferences | Coterie Spark – Link
  • The 11 Lessons Dharmesh Shah Learned From 80+ Angel Investments – Link
  • ESG Reports Need to Be Auditable, Automated and Transparent – Link
  • The Future of Digital Media with Chris Gannett, President of EarBuds – Crafted Society – Link
  • Capital Access Lab – Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation | Kauffman.org – Link
  • Clearbanc rebrands, raises $350 million USD to provide full-stack founder support | BetaKit – Link
  • FTC’s challenge to Illumina’s vertical merger with Grail is all wrong – STAT – Link
  • Locals.com Raises Seed Round Empowering Independent Creators Via Its Subscription-Based Community Platform – Locals Blog – Link
  • 5 Minutes or Less: Risk and Reward in Lead Response Time – Vendasta Blog – Link

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