GREAT QUALITY OF LIFE FOR AUSTIN STARTUPS AND INVESTORS
July 31, 2018
Kim Alderson explains how she wanted a better way of living that was less expensive than California, so she and her husband Bill Alderson of HOPZERO came to Texas.Venture Capitalist Harvey Ring also talks about the benefits of investing in Austin startups.
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HOPZERO ON TV
July 31, 2018
With a growing tech scene and lower living cost people and businesses are moving to Texas from other states like California and New York. With about 250 people moving to Texas from other states per day, start-up HopZero, an IncubatorCTX company,has decided to grow its business in Austin.
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HOPZERO CTO BILL ALDERSON INTERVIEWED ON CYBER TALK RADIO
June 27, 2018
Instead of trying to keep the bad actors out, HOPZERO keeps important data in, drawing a line where data is discarded before it can exit
— a radical paradigm shift.
New Local Food Truck Bringing the flavor of St. Louis to ATX
12. June 2018.
In just a few minutes, a hand-made, personal pizza is ready after being cooked in the new local food truck–Landro’s Pizza.
Landro’s Pizza – Austin, TX
In just a few minutes, a hand-made, personal pizza is ready after being cooked in the new local food
Jim Landro’s Pizza launched in June of 2018 and is located on North Ranch Road 620, behind the
Rock House Bar, and has quickly picked up steam among local foodies.
St. Louis-style pizza is a distinct type of pizza popular in Missouri, which now is the first of its kind
in Austin, Texas. Landro’s Pizza uses a very thin and crispy cracker-like crust made with little
yeast, which delivers the true taste and flavors of the toppings. Besides this wonder-of-a-taste
experience, Landro’s ingredients include a unique and flavorful blend of cheese and fresh and sweet
basil-infused sauce, which takes the exotic St. Louis style pizza to an even higher level.
Go give it a try, support local businesses in the Austin community.
FOUR POINTS RESIDENTS INVITED TO JOIN LOCAL ISSUES TASK FORCE
May 23th, 2018
Four Points residents learned about a new hyperlocal community task force Jan. 22 aimed at addressing issues specifically affecting them.
Rob Maxwell/Community Impact Newspaper
A workshop held at Concordia University’s Incubator for Innovation and Impact and led by Jimmy Flannigan, District 6 Austin City Council member, provided an opportunity for residents to weigh in on quality-of-life issues from mobility and safety to health and affordability.
People living or working in Four Points who want to get involved in the community task force can contact the West Austin Chamber of Commerce which is having a second task force meeting the evening of Jan. 24 at the Holiday Inn Express & Suites Austin NW – Four Points 8300 N. RM 620 Building 1. Call the Chamber at 512-551-0390 or contact Council Member Flannigan’s office at 512-978-2106.