The San Antonio Chamber’s Cybersecurity Industry Council recently met at the newly launched San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology (SAMSAT) as part of its efforts to expand the area’s development and support of the local cyber security industry.
Six Memorial Hermann hospitals were recently recognized by the American Heart Association for their treatment of patients suffering severe heart attacks.
Greater Killeen Chamber of Commerce President and CEO John Crutchfield said high speed bandwidth is a key factor in attracting “knowledge workers” and companies to communities and for insuring economic development.
Lone Star Family Health Center has broken ground for its newest clinic on the Ben Milam Elementary School’s campus, with plans to provide services to the Grangerland community.
The Texas Public Policy Foundation Institute is taking aim at the City of Austin’s new $15,000 government program to employ artists in various city departments, saying it points to the reason for Texas tax property burdens.
State Rep. Diego Bernal (D-San Antonio), the House Public Education Committee vice chairman, recently discussed the committee’s work with San Antonio Chamber members saying school finance was the most prominent issue during the last legislative session.
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will host a seminar in August focusing on professionalism in the workplace and on social media as part of its Chamber University Program.
The Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Future Focus Camp is getting a rave review from one of its participants who is currently serving in Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings’ Intern Fellows Program.
Texans For Lawsuit Reform is highlighting recent moves by New York state legislators who are advancing legislation aimed at regulating the third-party consumer litigation funding industry.
The Hewitt Chamber of Commerce is responding to several incidents of Hewitt-area businesses that have been recently targeted with “award schemes” being solicited through emails.
The Texas Public Policy Foundation is speaking out against union fee dues being collected by state and local governments and has released radio advertisements voicing their concerns which are now airing throughout the state.
Banking industry veteran Miguel Lopez is marking his fourth month in the Lone Star College System’s Small Business Development Center, helping small businesses in the area to maximize their growth.
McAllen recently played host to the Texas Amateur Athletic Foundation’s Games of Texas, marking the second year in a row the city has been the site for the annual state championships.
The LiftFund Women’s Business Center will host their Women’s Business Accelerator program this fall featuring workshops, mentoring and peer-to-peer discussions for women entrepreneurs in the San Antonio area.