• 25 Years, 25 Profiles–Laura Kilcrease


    It’s been 25 years since the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) launched as the first business incubator in Austin.  Over the years, we’ve worked with hundreds of companies and thousands of individuals that have helped transform Austin into one of the most respected technology communities in […]

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  • This Sucks

    Recent ATI graduate and rock star, Calxeda, will be shutting its doors.  Investors unexpectedly pulled the plug on the company, which developed a novel architecture to allow low-power ARM chips to drive servers. Calxeda came to ATI as one person, Barry Evans.  We bought into […]

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    International Investment in Austin

    Last month, a panel moderated by Isaac Barchas–ATI’s director– met at City Hall to discuss strategies startups could use to attract funding from international investors.  The four panelists were Angelos Angelou, founder of Angelou Economics; Jagath Narayan, founder of Ordoro (ATI graduate); Pascal Nicolas, founder […]

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  • SEAL

    Meet our SEAL Class

    Each summer, ATI hosts the Student Entrepreneurship Acceleration and Launch (SEAL) Program, a two-month business accelerator for UT-Austin student-led startups.  The program is highly selective, and past SEAL participants have gone on to receive millions in venture funding. During the SEAL Program, participants work closely […]

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    RideScout Joins ATI’s Clean Tech Portfolio

    It’s been a busy week for RideScout, an Austin-based transportation start-up.  Last Monday, they announced a full integration with car2go.  Today, they become the newest member of ATI’s Clean Tech Portfolio. RideScout, whose slogan is “Urban Transportation Made Simple,” has developed a mobile platform that […]

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    AdBm Technologies Wins $100,000 Grant from

    Big news! has named AdBm Technologies one of 10 fianlists in this year’s $100k Program.  AdBm will receive a $100,000 funding grant and enter’s twelve-month mentoring program along with the other nine startups chosen as finalists. AdBm has developed high-performance, low-cost, and […]

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  • Founder Square Announces the Semifinalists for their $100,000 Program

    Over 500 companies from eight top universities across the country applied to this year’s $100k Program.  When the dust settled, five companies from the University of Texas at Austin (UT-Austin) were selected to be among the 50 semifinalists who will compete for a $100,000 […]

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  • The NCIIA and UT

    The National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance (NCIIA) is working to support technology innovation and entrepreneurship at the University of Texas.  Since 1995, the NCIIA has partnered with over 200 colleges and universities across the U.S. to create experiential learning opportunities and to fund successful, […]

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  • Watching Whales

    According to Inuit mythology, Aumanil is the god that controls the movement of the whales. Austin-based startup AuManil tracks the movement of a different type of whale: the gaming kind.  Not the Vegas high roller who can win or lose millions over a weekend, but […]

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  • SXSW:The Startups You Need to Meet

    Each year, for the past four years, GigaOm blogger Stacey Higginbotham has published a list of “10 Austin startups you need to meet at SXSW.”  The idea behind the list is to identify the hottest new high-tech companies in town so that SXSW Interactive visitors […]

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