Austin in San Francisco

A Smart Bear: Startups and Marketing for Geeks

So when Austin said he wanted to move to San Francisco from eponymous Austin (Texas), supporting his move was a no-brainer. But wait, what if Austin finds a hot new startup in San Francisco and bails on us? I just got an email from our VP Marketing about an interesting conversation she had with Austin and, now that they’re both in San Francisco, that’s happening all the time. So welcome to San Francisco, Austin.

Soggy In San Francisco

Feld Thoughts

The post Soggy In San Francisco appeared first on Feld Thoughts. I arrived this morning to a downpour and a city that feels exceedingly waterlogged. I’m sitting at a coffee shop in Berkeley in advance of a talk I’m giving on Startup Communities , a topic that to me suddenly feels even more relevant than before given the self-inflicted chaos going on at a macro level in America.


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Gnip is Hiring In San Francisco

Feld Thoughts

Many of Gnip ‘s customers and partners are in the bay area and they have decided to begin adding people in San Francisco to better support those clients. They’ve just posted their first position in San Francisco to help manage and grow existing customers. Jobs gnip san franciscoI’ve written a lot in the last year about how fast Gnip is growing and how they continue to lead their industry.

An honest guide to the San Francisco startup life

The Next Web

Stationed on the West Coast of the United States, flanked by the blue hues of the Pacific Ocean, is a city that’s home to some of the greatest companies in the world – 700 miles south of that is San Francisco. I moved to San Francisco two years ago to work for a startup called Padlet. Entrepreneur San Francisco startup

Digital Realty Moves Headquarters from San Francisco to Austin


Digital Realty, a company that operates data centers worldwide, announced plans Thursday to relocate its corporate headquarters from San Francisco to Austin.

QuestionPro Moves its Headquarters from San Francisco to Austin


QuestionPro has moved its headquarters from San Francisco to Austin. The post QuestionPro Moves its Headquarters from San Francisco to Austin appeared first on SiliconHills.

San Francisco’s Entrepreneurship Ecosystem — Different From The Rest

YFS Magazine

Culture collaboration community building entrepreneurship ecosystems san francisco startup cities startup cultureHere's a look at key takeaways which thriving entrepreneurship ecosystems have in common; and they left quite an impression on me.

A Venture Capital Career Is Like Walking from Boston to San Francisco

Feld Thoughts

He said: “Being a VC is like taking a walk from Boston to San Francisco” I’d never heard that before so I said: “tell me more.” By the time you get to Chicago, you can’t remember why you are walking San Francisco. The post A Venture Capital Career Is Like Walking from Boston to San Francisco appeared first on Feld Thoughts.

Announcing our next meetup: Data-Driven Marketplaces, San Francisco, May 16

Version One Ventures

Today, we are excited to announce that we will be hosting our second meetup in San Francisco, on Tuesday, May 16, 2017 at 5:30pm on Data-Driven Marketplaces. The post Announcing our next meetup: Data-Driven Marketplaces, San Francisco, May 16 appeared first on Version One. Back in October, we hosted our first marketplace-themed meetup on the topic of The Holy Grail of the Marketplace: The Virtuous Cycle.

Pitch San Francisco 2011

Austin Startup

If you’re not lucky enough to get into those events (or don’t have enough scratch) there is a new event coming named Pitch San Francisco 2011. There are a ton of great events in the Fall in the Bay Area. Disrupt. They anticipate about 2,000 tech people and about 100 startups, and it’s within days of those other high profile events. Here’s the great thing about it. If you’re interested in attending I’ve got [.]. Events

My "Aha" Moment in San Francisco

Growthink Blog

This weekend I had the very good fortune to attend Ryan Deis and Perry Belcher's Traffic and Conversion Summit in downtown San Francisco. Headlined by speakers including Guy Kawasaki and William Shatner, it was an awesome gathering of 2,000+ of the best, brightest, and most accomplished from the worlds of online marketing and sales. Aha” moments were aplenty for all who made the effort to attend.

104 Year Old Video of San Francisco


@altgate Startups, Venture Capital & Everything In Between Skip to content Home Furqan Nazeeri ( ← HBS Student Business Plan Contest Finalists CompStudy: Useful Resource For Entrepreneurs & VCs Alike → 104 Year Old Video of San Francisco Posted on April 25, 2010 by fnazeeri I love stuff like this. I didn’t fact check it, but several reports on the web place this video in San Francisco just a few days before the 1906 earthquake.

HomeAway Sues San Francisco to Stop the Enforcement of a Short-Term Rental Law


Austin-based HomeAway, the world’s largest online marketplace for vacation rentals, filed a lawsuit Monday against the city and county of San Francisco seeking to stop the city from enforcing a new short term rental law. Austin Airbnb HomAway lawsuit San Francisco short term rentals

HAXLR8R In San Francisco For Their Demo Day on June 18th

Feld Thoughts

Following is a guest post from Cyril about the program along with a link to their Demo Day event in San Francisco on June 18th. The HAXLR8R team will hit San Francisco on June 18th for their Demo Day , which will be hosted at Autodesk on Embarcadero. I love software wrapped in plastic.

Chaotic Moon Studios Buys ThoughtLeadr of San Francisco


Chaotic Moon Studios, an app development and software company, has bought ThoughtLeadr, a digital ad service based in San Francisco. The post Chaotic Moon Studios Buys ThoughtLeadr of San Francisco appeared first on SiliconHills. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Austin-based Chaotic Moon focuses on mobile content development and ThoughtLeadr, founded in 2011, thought that was a good fit. ThoughtLeadr has created an advertising platform that reaches more [.]

Progress of Bitcoin in North Carolina

The Startup Magazine

The company was founded in 2012 and is headquartered in San Francisco, California. In recent years, North Carolina has become increasingly friendly toward Bitcoin and cryptocurrency.

4 startups facilitating a borderless world

The Startup Magazine

Based in San Francisco, Passport is a startup launched in 2017 that assists brands with the digital, logistics and regulatory aspects of cross-border shipping. It often feels like the world is shrinking considering how interconnected countries are nowadays.

From Business to Brand: 6 Branding Trends That Will Help You Make an Impact In 2022

The Startup Magazine

As experts from a reputable branding agency in San Francisco point out, living a phrase or image in a bold, playful form, however, may assist establish a brand, signalling a charming and unpretentious business whose products are made with human hands and directed by true enthusiasm.

Outbox Rolls Out In San Francisco: Plans To Bring Snail Mail Into The Digital Age


That idea – a way to organize, in the cloud, every aspect of your physical mail – is the crux of the two men’s venture, called Outbox, that is opening up to public beta in San Francisco on February 26 after a 6-month test in Austin, Texas, in 2012. million in funding from investors like Peter Thiel and Mike Maples of Floodgate , the company chose San Francisco for a full-blown launch.

Triggit Is Looking for Serious C / C++ / Hadoop Devs in San Francisco

Feld Thoughts

More jobs – this time in San Francisco. We recently invested in Triggit – my partner Seth blogged about our investment and the rise of real time bidding platforms and we put up a post about Triggit on the Foundry Group blog. Triggit is one of a group of recently emerging companies called demand side platforms (DSP ) that provide technology to advertisers enabling them to buy display media across millions of websites.

Sotto mare - new favorite restaurant in San Francisco - A Crowded.

A Crowded Space

Virgin America’s Nerd Bird Flight from Austin to San Francisco


Virgin America this month launched a new daily roundtrip service from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to San Jose. The post Virgin America’s Nerd Bird Flight from Austin to San Francisco appeared first on SiliconHills. To keep the high tech travelers happy, Virgin America offers WiFi on every flight and has other features like power outlets and personal touch-screen entertainment platforms at every seat. The addition of the direct route shows the growing [.]

The Most Important Offseason Acquisition For The San Francisco Giants Could Be Hadoop

Lightspeed Venture Partners

Baseball, more so than other sports, is known for its massive data collection, complex statistics and informed managerial decisions. So it should be no surprise that, just as corporate enterprises are going through a big data revolution, so will baseball. While the technology that enables big data is quite technical and designed to operate behind the scenes, the direct impact of big data on the average consumer will be quite visible over time.

Outbox Mail of Austin Makes Huge Strides, Launches in San Francisco


The post Outbox Mail of Austin Makes Huge Strides, Launches in San Francisco appeared first on SiliconHills. BY IAN PANCHEVRE Reporter with Silicon Hills News Austin-based Outbox Mail has been making huge strides as of late. Outbox, a self-described “beautiful inbox for your postal mail,” is expanding beyond its initial pilot in Austin, where for the past year and a half more than 500 customers have enjoyed the service. As of this [.]

Cannabis Startups: Exploring the Opportunities and Challenges — May 26th San Francisco Panel Event

Early Growth Financial Services

San Jose, CA (PRWEB) May 19, 2015 Early Growth Financial Services (EGFS) is pleased to announce its first-ever panel event focused on cannabis-based businesses. Co-hosted by First Ascent Associates and Runway Incubator, “Cannabis Startups: Exploring the Opportunities & Challenges” will take place on May 26, 2015 at Runway Incubator in San Francisco, California. Originally published on PRWeb.

"Try out a bunch of different places. Try Berlin, try London, try New York, try San Francisco. You."

Bryce Dot VC

Try Berlin, try London, try New York, try San Francisco. “Try out a bunch of different places. You may not be able to stay in a given place because of visa issues but just the exposure that will give you, the context, it will give you the mindset it will give you will be invaluable.” - Naval

Middle-East-Meets-West Provides An Edge For B2B Tech Companies


San Francisco and Tel Aviv are two of the greatest cities in the world for tech, each with a distinct culture and unique benefits to offer. Leadspace was founded in 2010 and maintains offices in both San Francisco and just outside Tel Aviv in Hod HaSharon, Israel. Let’s start with San Francisco. The San Francisco Bay Area is home to one of the world’s leading B2B technology markets.

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Breaking Into the Boys’ Club: 7 Strategies for Professional Women in Male-Dominated Fields

The Startup Magazine

For seven years after founding The Rand Group, I worked 12 hours per day and barely took a day off,” says Daniella Rand, a San Francisco-based wealth manager with two decades of experience in the field. Fewer and fewer fields qualify as “male-dominated.”

Entrepreneurial Journey Takes Melvin Brewing To Denver’s Heights and Beyond

The Startup Magazine

He hopes to expand to Los Angeles, San Diego, Denver, and San Francisco. Product is shipped to Los Angeles, New York, San Francisco, and San Diego on occasion.

Paul Kaulesar Discusses Real Estate And Rentals

The Startup Magazine

Investment real estate can include houses in San Francisco or San Jose. Home price growth across the nation has caused markets to inflate. Paul Kaulesar is known for helping clients find investment and opportunities in this dynamic market.

What has been the highlight of your week and why does it stand out?


SIIA (the US Software and Information Industry Association) named Gust the Best Collaboration Solution of 2013, at the gala during the All About The Cloud annual conference in San Francisco on Thursday. Gust News academy awards David Rose Gust san francisco SIIA

How Philadelphia is Winning a Startup Renaissance

The Startup Magazine

In the US, places like San Francisco, Austin, Seattle, and Washington, DC get the lion’s share of attention as startup sweet spots. Compare the Philadelphia startup scene proximity to other cities with that of startup heavyweight San Francisco and neighboring Silicon Valley.

TechCrunch On Inhospitable Stance of San Francisco on High Impact Start-Ups

Campus Entrepreneurship

I lived in San Francisco for four years and the little city had some tech startups, but its clear that the South Bay is the heart and soul of Silicon Valley. From Michael Arrington at TechCrunch : San Francisco, unlike most other cities in Silicon Valley, has a 1.5% The city isn’t thanking Twitter for bringing all these high paying jobs to San Francisco, either.

Coworking Spaces Redefine Spaces as a Service

The Startup Magazine

As an example, SOMAcentral in San Francisco is located close to the main Cal train station which makes it easy to travel to from anywhere in the San Francisco Bay area. Real Estate Build Business Owners Coworking designing facilities Interior design Marketing network Office Space planning San Francisco storage workforce

How to bootstrap your way into becoming a VC

Version One Ventures

I also spent one month working out of the Union Square Ventures office in New York, and one month in the First Round Capital office in San Francisco in order to get a deeper understanding of the start-up world in these two worlds. News First round capital Fred Wilson New York San Francisco Toronto Venture capital Version One VenturesOne of the most common questions I get is “How can I become a Venture Capitalist?”

Women 2.0 Partners Google, Extends Founder Friday Events


First started in San Francisco, Founder Friday events draw an average of 350 attendees and take place the first Friday of every month, providing the opportunity for female entrepreneurs to interconnect while listening to valuable keynote speeches from local female founders. ” In the News Founder Friday Google San Francisco startup Women 2.0 Media and event company Women 2.0

Introducing our latest investment: HandUp, directly helping those in need

Version One Ventures

San Francisco-based web designer Rose Broome and mobile developer Zac Witte created the app to address two key challenges in the current system: While individuals and households donate $26 billion to human services like shelters and food banks, there is little transparency as to how effective these donations are, and how much of it actually goes to those in-need. HandUp is currently working in San Francisco and plans to expand into other cities by end of the year.

Breaking The VC Business Model For Next-Gen Investors


Once I had a few under my belt, I realized I was a start-up junkie, and founded Five Mill Ventures in San Francisco before I was 30. Not only did we upgrade the San Francisco “coder” uniform, we accelerated to profitability at warp speed to become what we strive for in all our companies: a “best practices brand.” As president of San Francisco’s Five Mill Ventures, he helps young entrepreneurs brainstorm, network, gain market perspective and make key business decisions.

Introducing Version One’s new analyst: Angela Tran Kingyens

Version One Ventures

She also runs the San Francisco Bay Area Skule Alumni Chapter for University of Toronto engineering graduates living in the Bay Area. News Analyst Bay Area Palo Alto San Francisco Bay Area Toronto University of Toronto Version One With approximately a dozen Seed and Series A investments, it has been a busy year since the initial launch of Version One Ventures.

Introducing an earlier investment: Volley, a friendly place for helping others

Version One Ventures

News connections Facebook funding LinkedIn San Francisco Silicon Valley twitter VolleyLast October, we made our first investment out of Fund II and are excited to announce this news today as the company launches publicly out of beta. Volley is a friendly place for helping others solve problems online. Volley members can post requests in response to the question, “What are you looking for?”

Recapping the V1 Marketplace Meetup in SF

Version One Ventures

Last Thursday, we hosted a private marketplace-themed event in San Francisco, The Holy Grail of the Marketplace: The Virtuous Cycle. News Indiegogo marketplaces network effects San Francisco Shippo ThredUp Uber Version One VenturesMore than 75 marketplace founders and investors attended the event – coming from as far as South Africa and Nova Scotia. We initially started bringing the marketplace community together when we published our Guide to Marketplaces.

Thoughts from the road: building startups and collective ambition outside Silicon Valley

Version One Ventures

It meant frequent flights or moving your company to San Francisco to raise money from Bay Area VCs. News collective ambition NYC San Francisco Bay Area startups TorontoJust a few years ago, if you wanted to do something big, you needed to go to Silicon Valley. Times are changing, and these geographical barriers are beginning to break down. Waterloo has another unicorn with Kik. Toronto has become a hub for the blossoming machine intelligence market.

Can you build “Silicon Valley” companies outside of the Valley?

Version One Ventures

News Los Angeles NYC San Francisco Bay Area Silicon Valley Start Up Toronto Valley The big debate among tech circles has always been if it’s possible to build a “Silicon Valley” company outside of the Valley. Is Silicon Valley a physical place or a state of mind ? Can upstart ecosystems in New York, Los Angeles, Toronto, or Seattle churn out tomorrow’s billion dollar tech companies?