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Silicon Hills News 2020 Austin Tech Calendar Party
January 23, 2020 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$10 – $500
You’re invited to attend Silicon Hills News’ 6th annual Austin calendar party.
And everyone gets a 2020 SHN Austin Tech Calendar.
We’ll have drinks, food, entertainment, a drawing to give away prizes and more and lots of fun and networking with the best and brightest in the Austin technology community.
William Hurley, known as Whurley, CEO and Co-Founder of Strangeworks was the cover guy on the 2019 Silicon Hills News 2019 Austin Tech Calendar. (Photo by Errich Petersen)
Background: The calendar started in 2015 following a successful Kickstarter campaign.
Technology innovators featured in the calendar in the past included:(2015) Lauren Foster with Stretch Recipes, Bob Metcalfe, founder of Ethernet, 3Com and professor of Innovation at the University of Texas at Austin, Laura Bosworth, cofounder of Tevido Biodevices, Handsome founders John Roescher, Adam Deutsch and Brandon Termini, the OneSpot team, Clarify.io Paul Murphy, Keith Casey and team, Ryan Farley with Lawnstarter, EvoSure Founders Matt Floran and Brian Wood and the local head of Drizly, Albert Smith.
Innovators featured in 2016 included: Michele Skelding, Austin Chamber of Commerce, Robyn Metcalfe with Food+City, Ben Lamm with Chaotic Moon, Joseph Kopser with RideScout, Natalie Cofield with Urban CoLab, William Hurley with Honest Dollar, Scott Owens with DoStuff Media, Amos Schwartzfarb with Techstars, Bob Fabio with eRelevance, Jeanne Ann Booth with UnaliWear and Robert Palmer with PotentiaMetrics.
The people featured in the 2017 calendar included Max Hoberman with Certain Affinity, Chelsea Collier with Digi.City, Hugh Forrest, director of SXSW Interactive, Akshay Sabhikhi with CognitiveScale, Sara Brand and Kerry Rupp with True Wealth Venture Partners, Dana Callender, Preston James and Ashley Jennings with DivInc., Adam Lyons with The Zebra, Sabrina and Johnathan Wojtewicz with Bunker Austin, Jason Seats with Techstars, Samantha Snabes with re3d. (2018) Jag Bath, CEO of Favor, Insitome Cofounders Neeraj Rao and Spencer Wells, Localeur Founder Joah Spearman, Jan Ryan, UT Austin College of Fine Arts’ director of creative entrepreneurship and innovation, OJO Labs Cofounders John Berkowitz and David Rubin, Main Street Hub Cofounders Andrew Allison and Matt Stuart, Zoe Schlag, managing director of the Techstars Impact Accelerator, Dr. Luz Cristal Glangchai, director of the Blackstone Launchpad at UT Austin, Alex Schwartz, founder of Owlchemy Labs, OpCity Cofounders Michael Lam and Ben Rubenstein, Claire England, executive director of the Central Texas Angel Network and Andrea and Walter Kalmans, principals of Lontra Ventures.