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Find networking events for any type of activity in the state of Texas. Use this directory for business or pleasure.
"The Austin Technology Incubator harnesses business, government and academic resources to provide strategic counsel, operational guidance, and infrastructure support to its member companies to help them transition into successful, high growth technology businesses."
"The Central Texas Angel Network (CTAN) is a not-for-profit corporation dedicated to providing quality early-stage investment opportunities for accredited Central Texas angel investors, and to assisting, educating and connecting early-stage growth companies in Central Texas with information and advisors for the purpose of raising money and assisting in their growth."
The Houston Angel Network (HAN) is a non-profit organization that provides its members a forum in which to efficiently evaluate promising early-stage investment opportunities. Its membership consists of active angel investors who share the goal of making informed, collaborative investments in promising early stage Texas-based companies. HAN was founded in late 2001 and is the largest and most active angel network in Texas: Since inception, our members have invested more than $27M.
NTAN is a Texas non-profit corporation that seeks quality deals for angel investors to consider. We are a part of a statewide network of angel groups that cooperate on deals across Texas. Our members identify and screen these applicant companies. We educate and coach early stage companies in North Texas for the purpose of raising money, assisting in their growth and improving the local economy. Entrepreneurs from any industry are encouraged to apply.
TexasInvestmentNetwork is a Texas-based portal and matching service of angel investors seeking investments, with entrepreneurs seeking capital.
The Entrepreneurs Foundation of Central Texas "amplif[ies] the philanthropic efforts of our member companies" by offering programs that "help build successful corporate cultures and allow start-up companies to participate philanthropically, even though charitable funds may be scarce."
The Texas Entrepreneur Networks seeks to foster networking, mentoring, and funding for Austin startup companies. The entrepreneur community in Texas is large but dispersed. Often times, a new entrepreneur doesn't know where to start to gain information about starting a company or growing it to the next level. The Texas Entrepreneur Networks provides information through blogs, events, conferences, and training courses to find out more about how to start and later grow a business.
"This is a list of resources for entrepreneurs in Texas. We are constantly updating our list of Texas venture capital firms, Texas networking organizations, and programs sponsored by the State of Texas."
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