Monthly Archives: November 2013

11/20/13 – Houston Becoming a Hot Bed for Technology Innovation

Greater Houston Partnership and TechStreet Houston Team Up to Host Technology Conference

TechStreet HoustonThe City of Houston has teamed up with TechStreet Houston to offer a full-day conference with onsite workshops, tech expos and a Mayor Roundtable.  It is a non-traditional meetup on steroids with over 2,000 attendees expected. TechStreet Houston takes place Wednesday, November 20, 2013 at the George R. Brown Convention Center in the heart of downtown Houston, Texas.

“Houston is fast becoming a true hot bed of innovation and technological breakthroughs, especially in energy, life sciences and healthcare.  These breakthroughs will attract jobs, investment and talent to our region now and into the future,” states Greater Houston Partnership President & CEO Bob Harvey.

Innovators, developers, and tech leaders are coming together to learn, share, showcase and promote their creative ideas, expertise, and technologies.  The conference is free of charge and open to the general public. To learn more visit www.techstreethouston.com.

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11/18/13 – Women Veteran Entrepreneur Corps Pitch Competition

Veteran Pitch Competition Kicksoff in Plano, TX

Pitch CompetitionCount Me In knows that women entrepreneurs grow exponentially when given access to the right tools, coaching and community, which has lead us to launch three unique competitive programs; Make Mine a Million $ Business™ (M3)Urban Rebound and the Women Veteran Entrepreneur Corps (WVEC) all designed to help women business owners get growing. Women Veteran Entrepreneur Corps (WVEC) kicked off its pitch competition today in Plano, TX. Women entrepreneurs and veteran entrepreneurs are vying for cash prizes and a spot in the award-winning accelerator program. Follow our play-by-play on Twitter @disruptiveview.