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Didn’t make Austin Startup Week 2018? Here’s what you missed.

Didn’t make Austin Startup Week 2018? Here’s what you missed.

Posted on Oct 09, 2018 by Sarah Hetrick

Austin is a city built on collaboration. Along with a short list of other hot spots in the U.S., it’s a hub of innovation – the beginning of new thoughts, the cultivation of ideas that mature into realities to influence culture and change the world. What starts as a good idea with an individual ends with a community of enthusiasts supporting and advocating for a budding startup brand. As William H. McRaven put it in his graduation speech to the University of Texas Class of 2014, “What starts here changes the world.”

Together, we brainstorm, share ideas, and empower each other’s endeavors. Together we move forward into exciting new possibilities we’d never accomplish alone.

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Our Favorite Local Coffee Shops

Our Favorite Local Coffee Shops

Posted on Sep 29, 2017 by Emily Ballard

One of my favorite things about Austin is the strong sense of community, and the places I see that on a daily basis are at local coffee shops. Whether you’re looking for a creative, inspirational workspace or simply searching for a good drip, these shops present cool atmospheres that only Austin can offer.

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Uniquely Austin Date Ideas: Summer and Fall Edition

Uniquely Austin Date Ideas: Summer and Fall Edition

Posted on Sep 01, 2014 by Callie Musick

This article was originally posted on Austinot.com

Austin is known for being one of the best cities for singles, making it a city full of first dates and hopefully many others afterward. Beyond the singles dating scene, anyone in a relationship has probably experienced how easy it is to get caught in a routine of go-to date night spots.

Whether you’re craving something new with your current SO (significant other) or looking for an impressive first date idea, here are a few local suggestions that break the typical dinner-and-drinks mold.

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