Texas-Squared Startup Newsletter #237

SXSW & Coronavirus News Coverage

  • Stand with Austin — Join Us in Support of Local Businesses — Link
    - SXSW Blog
  • See you next year, SXSW. — Link
    - Alamo Draft House’s Morgan Hendrix
  • Here’s What One VC Is Warning His Portfolio Companies About As Coronavirus Spreads — Link
    - Crunchbase’s Mary Ann Azevedo
  • Austin Businesses Rally To Salvage What They Can From SXSW Cancellation Ashes By Staging Smaller Events — Link
    - Deadline’s Bruce Haring
  • SXSW cancellation having domino effect on Austin’s hospitality industry — Link
    - KXAN
  • Austin community steps up to help each other after SXSW cancelation — Link
    - FOX 7’s Kacey Bowen
  • SXSW 2020 Cancellation Leads to Major Layoffs — Link
    - Pitchfork
  • The Cost of Canceling SXSW Could Keep the Festival from Returning in 2021 — Link
    - Slashfilm’s Ethan Anderton
  • Stop the Music: South by Southwest Coronavirus Cancellation Reverberates Through Economy — Link
    - Wall Street Journal’s Elizabeth Findell, Rebecca Elliott and Russell Gold
  • How Coronavirus Took Down SXSW — Link
    - CityLabs Kriston Capps
  • Coronavirus Is Devastating the Conference Circuit — Link
    - Wall Street Journal’s Collin Eaton, Rebecca Elliott and Elizabeth Findell
  • SXSW And Ultra Are Reportedly Not Offering Ticket Refunds After Being Canceled Over Coronavirus Fears — Link
    - Uproxx’s Carolyn Droke
  • More SXSW Damage From Coronavirus Pandemic: No Refunds For Ticket-Holders, As Event Lays Off A Third Of Staff — Link
    - Music Business Worldwide’s Tim Ingham
  • With SXSW canceled, two Austin military units look to reschedule events — Link
    - Stars and Stripes
  • GoFundMe campaign is tipping service workers screwed by SXSW cancellation — Link
    - Fast Company’s Arianne Cohen
  • Local disaster declaration extended indefinitely — Link
  • Council to examine aid for ‘SXSW resilience’ after festival’s cancellation — Link
  • UT Austin opens health clinic, weighs closure plan as it prepares for potential coronavirus spread — Link
  • City, businesses work to offset economic impacts of SXSW cancellation — Link
    - Austin Monitor
  • Xenex Deploys Germ-Zapping Robots Worldwide to Fight the Coronavirus Outbreak — Link
    - Silicon Hills News’ Laura Lorek
  • SXSW issues sweeping layoffs after festival canceled by City of Austin — Link
    - Culture Map Austin’s Katie Friel
  • Texas Biomed Researchers Race to Find Coronavirus Vaccine — Link
  • Here’s the Latest on How the Coronavirus Is Affecting San Antonio — Link
  • USAA, Other San Antonio Employers Ready Remote Work Plans — Link
  • Emptying Store Shelves Won’t Help Stop the Spread of Coronavirus, Social Distancing Will — Link
  • H-E-B: Empty Shelves Not Empty For Long — Link
    - Rivard Report
  • H-E-B cuts store hours across Texas amid coronavirus pandemic — Link
  • H-E-B urges calm as customers flood stores, emptying shelves — Link
  • Here’s what’s been canceled, postponed as COVID-19 hits the Alamo City — Link
  • SA’s global beer conference a casualty of coronavirus — Link
  • Rackspace asks local employees to work from home due to coronavirus — Link
  • Local company’s self-contained medical units gain interest as coronavirus infections grow — Link
    - San Antonio Business Journal
  • UT president’s wife tests positive for coronavirus — Link
  • Q&A with UT spokesperson on spring break, Friday closure — Link
  • UT-Austin canceling classes, closing operations March 13 — Link
  • Texas Global suspends all study abroad programs through Aug. 18 — Link
  • How can University Health Services help students concerned about coronavirus? — Link
  • How are UT System academic institutions reacting to coronavirus? — Link
  • How is UT-Austin policy changing because of coronavirus? — Link
  • SXSW cancellation impacts small businesses, service workers — Link
  • Professors prepare to move UT-Austin classes online — Link
    - University of Texas
  • COVID-19 killing robots are on the loose — Link
  • COVID-19 pushing teams to work remotely — full guide on making it happen NOW — Link
  • Should you stop shaking hands at job interviews or with clients? — Link
    - American Genius
  • Efforts emerge to lessen the blow of losing SXSW — Link
  • SXSW cancellation could leave $6M hole in pockets of vacation rental owners — Link
  • Avoiding coronavirus: How tech giant Indeed makes work-from-home work for thousands of employees — Link
  • Coronavirus update: Schools, concerts, hospitals, rodeo impacted — Link
  • How coronavirus is impacting home selling — Link
  • The fallout from SXSW’s cancellation is just beginning — Link
  • SXSW cancellation leaves Philly’s new brand identity in limbo — Link
  • Job cuts add to turbulent situation for SXSW — Link
  • After 2020 cancellation, SXSW offers future badges to customers but refunds seem unlikely — Link
  • Texas governor announces disaster declaration, Trump declares national emergency — Link
  • Site selector: Coronavirus postponing major corporate searches — Link
    - Austin Business Journal
  • Gig workers scrambling for income after SXSW called off — Link
  • In Austin, tech firms adjusting work plans over coronavirus concerns — Link
  • Coronavirus concern: What’s happening with big Austin-area events? — Link
  • Europe travel ban another coronavirus-related hit to Texas economy — Link
  • Austin job market strong heading into coronavirus scare — Link
  • Austin’s Silicon Labs plans $308M acquisition of California tech firm Redpine Signals — Link
  • After SXSW called off, getting a rental refund can be confusing — Link
  • How Austin’s Outdoor Voices, a start-up darling, imploded — Link
  • SXSW reeling from cancellation as company assesses loses — Link
  • Dell encourages Austin-area employees to work from home — Link
    - Austin American-Statesman
  • Coworking in a Time of Coronavirus: How North Texas Coworking Spaces are Handling the Pandemic — Link
    - North Texas Inno’s Kevin Cumming
  • Museums Across North Texas Close Amid Coronavirus Concerns — Link
  • How the Dallas Farmers Market Is Prepping for the Coronavirus — Link
  • Major Dallas Companies Grapple With How to Handle the Coronavirus — Link
  • A Guide to Social Distancing in Dallas as Coronavirus Cases Ramp Up — Link
  • How to Politely Remind People to WASH THEIR DAMN HANDS — Link
  • A Running List of Dallas Cancellations and Changes Due to Coronavirus — Link
  • How D Magazine Is Doing Its Part to Fight COVID-19 — Link
  • Coronavirus Has Arrived in Dallas — Link
    - D Magazine
  • Live Nation and AEG Suspend All Tours. Here’s What That Means For Dallas. — Link
  • Dallas Restaurants Get Proactive for Safe Dining Amid Coronavirus Pandemic — Link
  • A Pandemic Devastated Dallas More Than a Century Ago. Here’s Why Hundreds Died. — Link
  • What Can Dallas Teach the Rest of the Country About Coronavirus? — Link
    - Dallas Observer
  • Here’s how DFW’s major manufacturers are dealing with coronavirus — Link
  • Business Journal postpones 40 Under 40 event — Link
  • American Airlines pilot based in DFW tests positive for coronavirus — Link
  • DFW Coronavirus Tracker: College cancels face-to-face classes, while others extend spring break — Link
  • How will American Airlines be affected by European travel limits? — Link
  • Technology conferences in North Texas are getting canceled, postponed amid fears of the coronavirus — Link
    - Dallas Business Journal
  • The show must go on with these SXSW-related events in Houston and Austin — Link
  • Rodeo Houston shuts down due to coronavirus concerns, city prepares for economic impact — Link
  • How your company should respond to the coronavirus, according to this Houston expert — Link
    - Innovation Map’s Natalie Harms
  • Dallas’ Blue Box Offers HVAC Coronavirus Scrubbing Solution — Link
  • Fort Worth Biotech Exact Diagnostics Offers Research Lab Standard for Coronavirus Testing — Link
  • UTSW Researchers Discover Human Protein That Could Stop Coronavirus — Link
    - Dallas Innovates
  • Rice University cancels in-person classes amid coronavirus fears — Link
  • Houston universities plan for coronavirus outbreak — Link
  • Rice University cancels annual business plan competition amid coronavirus concerns — Link
  • Rodeo Houston releases ticket refund, donation information — Link
  • Houston health officials advise employers to prep for extended workplace interruptions — Link
  • Here’s what the coronavirus means for H-E-B shoppers and employees — Link
  • Houston’s huge Offshore Technology Conference postponed over coronavirus — Link
  • H-E-B to close Houston stores early, cut hours to keep up with coronavirus-related demand — Link
  • Tracking coronavirus: ‘However bad you thought it was, it’s worse’ — Link
  • Houston businesses brace for impact of coronavirus — Link
  • UPDATED: Houston schools take further action due to coronavirus — Link
  • Mayor: Rodeo Houston canceled on coronavirus fears — Link
  • Houston economist doubles energy job-loss forecast after stock market, oil price plunge — Link
    - Houston Business Journal
  • Texas Medical Center hotel employs germ-killing robots to fight coronavirus — Link
  • Telecommuting 101: Working from home for newbies — Link
  • Cold warmer weather kill the new coronavirus? — Link
  • ‘Not going to stop’: Houstonians continue daily rituals amid… — Link
    - The Houston Chronicle

All In-Person Events are off until further notice

  • Meet the 250 Most Inspiring Companies in Texas — Link
    - Inc. Magazine
  • 4 Reasons to Start and Grow a Business in Texas — Link
    - Inc. Magazine’s Tom Foster
  • Welcome DivInc Accelerator Cohort 6! — Link
    - Divinc
  • Handsome App Founders Launching FaB Austin Alongside Odile Roujol — Link
  • How a Startup Darling, Outdoor Voices, Imploded — Link
    - New York Times’ Sapna Maheshwari and Erin Griffith
  • Outdoor Voices Became A Staple For Millennial Cool Girls Thanks To Its Chill Aesthetic. Employees Say They Were Drowning. — Link
    - Buzzfeed’s Briana Sacks
  • Soul Popped Gourmet Popcorn offers product with a purpose — Link
    - Community Impact Newspaper’s Amy Rae Dadamo
  • 12 Austin companies plug into Forbes’ first-ever best startup employers list — Link
    - Culture Map Austin’s John Egan
  • The longest shortest 2 years — Link
  • March Accelerator All Access — Group Ride-sharing App, Online Pharmacy, Robots for Students, & More — Link
    - Austin Startups
  • Texas County & District commits $100 million to venture capital — Link
    - Pensions & Investments
  • Surfin’ the streets: Austin startup rolling out a new kind of skateboard — Link
    - KVUE.com
  • Bombshell reports detail Austin-based Outdoor Voices’ ‘implosion’ — Link
    - Culture Map Austin
  • Keeping Productive Through Uncertainty: Indeed’s Work From Home Strategy — Link
  • Austin Tech Madness Round One Results: Close Calls and Power Players — Link
  • Embracing Tech Without a Screen, Austin Couple Develops Music and Podcast Device for Kids — Link
  • Shipping Software Startup Overhaul Hauls in $17.5M — Link
  • SXSW Lays Off 1/3 of Full-Time Staff Following Coronavirus Cancellation — Link
    - Austin Inno’s Brett Wistrom — Subscribe Here
  • Amazon now selling ‘cashierless’ tech to grocers (we called it!) — Link
  • Video content rules — but how trendy do you need to be? — Link
  • SoftBank’s vision fund loses billions, how this impacts the startup ecosystem — Link
  • Modern sexual harassment problems require more modern training — Link
  • 4 ways to take advantage of modern manufacturing trends — Link
  • You should apply to be on a board — why and how — Link
  • Is it good or bad to be a jack of all trades as a digital marketer? — Link
  • New legislation mean new tax credits, this startup helps you find them — Link
  • New Uber feature makes it more accessible, improves trustworthiness — Link
  • The neuroscience of respectful leadership — preventing professional disrespect — Link
    - American Genius
  • How Texas came to the forefront of baseball analytics — Link
  • The Kidney Club: From diagnosis to post-transplant — Link
  • Acknowledge other people, not just your technology — Link
  • Urban Roots gives Austin youth hands-on experience while growing fresh food for the city — Link
  • Alamo Drafthouse Cinema co-founder, CEO talks entrepreneurship successes, failures — Link
  • UT student business offers affordable shipping — Link
  • Texas Stock Pitch expands to national level competition for first time — Link
  • UTIMCO investments no longer serve UT Austin students — Link
  • UT System’s investment in fossil fuel industries sparks backlash, prompts students to push for divestment — Link
    - University of Texas
  • 30 Austin female startup founders you should know — Link
  • Supply Chain Startup Overhaul Raises $17.5M, Plans to Triple Headcount — Link
  • Weekly Refresh: Flourish Acquired RoundUp, Bird’s Mopeds, and More — Link
    - BuiltinAustin
  • Journal Profile: Veteran journalist Emily Ramshaw jumps into entrepreneurism with The 19th — Link
  • Can your business get a piece of more than $500 billion in NY government contracts? — Link
  • How Outdoor Voices, a startup darling, imploded — Link
  • Aryzta closes Austin bakery, laying off 95 — Link
  • H-E-B urges calm as customers flood stores, emptying shelves — Link
  • Ryan Pape put skin in the game for company that puts ‘skin’ on cars — Link
  • As revenue hits $37M, The Zebra adds 2 women to C-suite — Link
  • After raising $20M, dental-tech startup bought its biggest competitor — Link
  • As his company embarks on new stage of growth, Lifesize CEO is thankful for Instagram — Link
  • JuiceLand CEO shares unique expansion model, where they’re headed next — Link
  • Overhaul nabs nearly $18M to propel startup to profitability — Link
  • Amplify Austin raises record $12.3M for nonprofits — Link
    - Austin Business Journal
  • Austin biotech firm Biostable raises $4.2 million — Link
  • Austin supply chain tech firm Overhaul raises $17.5 million — Link
  • Austin’s Stone Aerospace shoots for the stars — Link
    - Austin American-Statesman
  • Geekdom Launches Incubator Program for Startups Focused on Social Impact — Link
  • Check Out These Four Business Grants To Fund Your Startup — Link
    - Startups San Antonio
  • Rush of Generosity Follows Destruction for Local Web Firm — Link
  • A Beer Map: San Antonio Craft Scene on Tap for Growth — Link
  • H-E-B’s Annual Quest for Texas Best Competition Now Open for Submissions — Link
    - Rivard Report
  • Meet the startups of Geekdom’s 2020 incubator — Link
  • Alamo City scooter company is going Hollywood — sort of — Link
  • Military veteran bringing ‘Shark Tank’ star to SA for entrepreneur conference — Link
  • Local students’ invention wins spot in national competition — Link
  • San Antonio whiskey maker to open new downtown distillery — Link
  • Geekdom raises more money in latest fund — Link
    - San Antonio Business Journal
  • Layups and Breakaways: Round 1 of Tech Madness Closes, Round 2 Begins — Link
  • Dallas-Based Online Energy Broker Raises Series B for State Expansion, Product Growth — Link
  • How Pressed Roots is Bringing Boutique Salons to Women of Color — Link
  • Zabo Looks to Bring Crypto into the Mainstream — Link
  • Worlds Looks to ‘Transform Humanity’ with Spatial AI Technology — Link
    - North Texas Inno’s Kevin Cumming
  • Gen Z and the Future of Dallas’ Workforce — Link
    - D Magazine
  • DFW Airport’s Mitzi Chollampel: “It’s Relationships That Really Move the Needle.” — Link
  • Dallas-based Eclipse Wins an ADDY for Best Packaging — Link
  • ‘Drybar for Women of Color’: Pressed Roots Launches Flagship Store in Dallas — Link
  • Industry 4.0: CellAntenna Wireless Opens Regional Operations Center in Plano — Link
  • Engage Dallas: Mayor’s Star Council to Host Fourth Annual Leadership Summit — Link
  • Ericsson’s Lewisville 5G Smart Factory Rolls Out First Product — Link
  • JPMorgan’s Global CIO Talks Emerging Tech, Top Talent, and Honing in on DFW — Link
  • AI-Powered Energy Broker EnergyBot Raises Series B — Link
  • Dallas’ Flourish Change Acquires RoundUp App to Make Charity Donation Swipeable — Link
  • Dallas Invents: 152 Patents Granted for Week of March 3 — Link
  • Office Envy: These 15 Dallas‑Fort Worth Companies Attract Top Talent With Their Innovative Spaces — Link
  • Innovative Spaces: 900lbs’ Offices Enables Creative Collaboration (and Pets!) — Link
  • Innovative Spaces: Inside ACTIVE Network’s All-Hands ‘Park’ Space — Link
  • Innovative Spaces: rewardStyle’s HQ is as Sleek as its Tech — Link
  • Innovative Spaces: Sally Beauty’s Expands Denton HQ to Invest in New Talent and Digital — Link
  • Innovative Spaces: The Richards Group’s Beehive of Activity Lies in its Stairway — Link
  • Innovative Spaces: TaskUs’s People-First Office Combines Performance and Fun — Link
  • Apps for All: Woman-Owned AdaptivApps Launches to Make the Digital World More Inclusive — Link
  • Nasdaq Acquires Irving-based Fintech Startup Solovis — Link
  • Parkland’s Innovation Center Has a New Playbook for Healthcare and Community Collaboration — Link
  • A New App From Two Former SMU Football Players Connects Search With Social — Link
    - Dallas Innovates
  • Form-D Friday: Civitas Capital Group starts up multiple funds — Link
  • Inc. Magazine: 35% of state’s fastest-growing private companies call DFW home — Link
  • Take a tour of Deep Ellum with our 40 Under 40 honorees — Link
  • This former TV reporter ‘bet on herself’ with her media strategy company — Link
  • He manages the HR function of employee relations for AT&T — Link
  • Opening this PR and marketing office gave her a quick business education — Link
  • Her company is blazing a trail in auto manufacturing quality control — Link
  • His fast-growing company is filling a niche in property tax lending — Link
  • Childhood lessons have lasting effects for his fast-growing dental group — Link
  • Service defines his fast-growing Frisco financial firm — Link
  • Her parents’ bad experience motivated her to pursue immigration law — Link
  • She’s built a career on making people feel better, giving back — Link
  • She manages $3B in expenses for the country’s largest private health care network — Link
  • Sit, stand & rebrand: Why this chief revenue officer is excited about his new role — Link
  • Her nonprofit is envisioning lasting improvements for Texas’ future — Link
  • ‘I only want to build companies’: What drives this parking firm’s COO — Link
  • Via politics or PepsiCo, she is living the American Dream — Link
  • How this chief engineer for Raytheon is developing military projects faster — Link
  • Deal makers are optimistic on M&A activity in the year ahead — though there are caveats — Link
  • A couple of neighbors and a question around discounts leads to startup that’s now looking to raise up to $1M — Link
  • ‘I was just lucky enough that it worked’: Inside Bullzerk’s ‘reckless’ jump into the retail industry — Link
  • Executive Profile: Ryan Pape put skin in the game for company that puts ‘skin’ on cars — Link
  • What started as a family need has grown into a booming bakery business — Link
  • Former Peloton founders to lead JLL North Texas as Jeff Eckert takes national post — Link
  • Large-scale changes at Neiman Marcus could impact hundreds of jobs — Link
  • Owner of Envy Gaming is interested in growing esports both regionally and internationally — Link
  • He is tackling a big data center build-out for Google in DFW — Link
  • Q&A: J.P. Morgan’s Rob Holmes discusses strategy, markets and trends — Link
  • Comerica appoints new enterprise tech head — Link
  • Behind the deal: Nasdaq buys Irving startup that had raised about $20M — Link
  • Roundup of deals and dollars: Dallas firm announces investment geared towards energy tech — Link
  • With an eye on the economy and changes in tech, Fastsigns is looking to grow — Link
  • Match investing in more employees, product development ahead of spin-off from IAC — Link
  • Deloitte RE head talks move to tech, continued capital in the market — Link
    - Dallas Business Journal
  • Want to help Houston Rodeo vendors? Here is a list of dozens that you can support online. — Link
    - Click2Houston
  • Houston entrepreneur designs clothing that benefits skin health — Link
  • Houston design build firm breaks down why value engineering is a smart move — Link
  • Houston entrepreneur levels the playing field for female runners with new activewear line — Link
  • Houston-based digital business resource launches minority-focused, celebrity-backed grant program — Link
  • 5 most popular innovation stories in Houston this week — Link
  • Houston esports startup scores partnerships with big gaming brands — Link
  • Rice University researchers find that tracking social media can predict violent events — Link
  • Report: Houston ranked №2 in the country for corporate relocation, expansion projects landed in 2019 — Link
  • Houston energy tech startup talks growth and national expansion following $5.5M series A — Link
  • Houston-based blockchain company continues growth with expansion in Southeast Asia — Link
  • Houston investors create angel network focused on minorities — Link
  • Houston nonprofit wins coworking space in Shark Tank-inspired pitch competition — Link
  • Overheard: Houston venture capital experts weigh in on the city’s investment future — Link
  • 3 female Houston innovators to know this week — Link
    - InnovationMap’s Natalie Harms / Culture Map Houston
  • A message from the Rice Crisis Management Team — Link
  • ‘Smart’ wound-healing patch: DARPA awards $22 million grant — Link
  • A trophy made for traveling — Link
  • Crowdfunding rife with unintended consequences, says Baker Institute expert — Link
  • New nano strategy fights superbugs — Link
  • Executive education for all is goal at Rice this spring — Link
  • Forced purchasing won’t promote textbook affordability, says OpenStax expert — Link
  • The oil price war is on, says Baker Institute expert — Link
  • Groovy key to nanotubes in 2D — Link
    - Rice University
  • Artificial Intelligence and Family Medicine: Better Together — Link
  • ‘Deceptively Simple’ Process Could Boost Plastics Recycling — Link
    - University of Houston
  • Voyager 2 space probe to spend 11 months in silence — Link
  • NASA moon rocket is over budget, behind schedule, audit says — Link
  • Report: Space startups receive record investment in 2019 — Link
  • Houston company signs SpaceX contract to fly private astronauts — Link
    - The Houston Chronicle’s Andrea Lienfelder / Techburger Blog’s Dwight Silverman
  • When Corporate Execs Advise Startups — Shockware Innovation’s Gordon Daugherty — Link
  • 7 Steps To A Diverse Interview Slate — Distinguished Search’s Somer Hackley — Link
  • 4 Tricks for Self-Funding Your Business — Inc. Magazine — Link
  • The Top 250 Companies in Texas — Inc. Magazine — Link
  • Unicorn advocate on K Street: Softbank’s lobbyist — Roll Call — Link
  • PepsiCo FritoLay Names Winners of the WomanMade Funding Challenge — Alice — Link
  • New Enterprise Associates raises $3.6 billion for latest venture capital fund — Pensions & Investments — Link
  • This husband-wife duo’s startup helps companies automate their workflows — Link
  • LifeLock Founder Robert Maynard Rises From the Ashes — to Crash and Burn Again — Phoenix New Times Ray Stern — Link
  • It’s Going to be More Important than Ever to Support Local Businesses — Alisa Sleep — Link
  • He Has 17,700 Bottles of Hand Sanitizer and Nowhere to Sell Them — NYTimes’ Jack Nicas — Link
  • Support Your Local Businesses by Buying Gift Cards to Use After the Coronavirus Outbreak — Lifehacker’s Emily Price — Link
  • Cancel Everything — The Atlantics Yascha Mounk — Link
  • A Comprehensive List of Tips, Tools, and Examples for Event Organizers During the Coronavirus Outbreak — CMX’s David Spinks — Link
  • Advice for Companies With Less Than 1 Year of Runway — YCombinator’s Dalton Caldwell — Link
  • Co-Work Startup The Wing Saw Its Worth Shrink in WeWork Deal — Bloomberg — Link
  • Building a winning culture — lessons from TrendKite — LoudCloud’s Justin Papermaster — Link
  • Pecan Street and CIC develop a strategic framework for grid modernization initiatives — Paul Watson — Link

Expect all in-person events to cancel or go virtual for at least the next two weeks

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