Posts Tagged ‘Austin’

As Seen in Austin Business Journal

Icon Written by Charles on October 18, 2009 – 8:40 pm

The Austin Business Journal interviews Indigo Heron in a feature story about the Barn Builders program we have developed in partnership with Tech Ranch. Barn Builders matches unemployed professionals with start-ups and other small businesses in need of their talents.  Barn Builders focuses primarily on building social capital to rebuild the economy.  The hardcopy version […]

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Tech Ranch Announces New Barn Builder Program

Icon Written by Alora on September 25, 2009 – 4:35 pm

I love being in Austin. Yet again, the entrepreneurial community here is doing great things. On Tuesday, Sept. 29th at 6:00 p.m. Tech Ranch will be announcing a new program called Barn Builders, and Indigo Heron gets to be involved and share the excitement. I hope you can join us to hear the details!

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Interactive Austin Keynote Videos

Icon Written by Alora on April 30, 2009 – 7:58 pm

The second annual Interactive Austin Conference has wrapped up, and in true social media fashion, there is no shortage of online accounts of the day’s activities (with more to be coming over the next few days, no doubt). Online already are keynote coverage posts by Ricci Neer, for each Dion Hinchcliffe, Sam Lawrence and whurley. […]

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Interactive Austin Conference Overview

Icon Written by Alora on April 29, 2009 – 7:53 pm

This week was the second annual Interactive Austin Conference. Focusing on the value of social media for business, AI09 convened a broad spectrum of experts, locals and practitioners to share, debate, network and learn about how to take advantage of social media for the benefit of business. Keynotes Starting off the day was industry leading […]

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Interactive Austin Recap and Panel Video

Icon Written by Alora on April 28, 2009 – 12:32 pm

Interactive Austin is now over, and it was an interesting and eventful day — particularly for those of us who are local and did a decent job of spending the day doing some good networking. I don’t have a huge amount to write about it, because others have done a far better job, so here […]

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Enterprise 2.0 Discussion at Web 2.0 Expo

Icon Written by admin on April 12, 2009 – 9:10 pm

At Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, we recorded a short video on the happenings in the Enterprise 2.0 space, the activity at the event, and the upcoming local event (local to me, anyway) here in Austin at the end of the month: Interactive Austin 09. The video is posted and, as always, while I […]

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Enterprise 2.0 Discussion at Web 2.0 Expo

Icon Written by Alora on April 12, 2009 – 1:50 pm

At Web 2.0 Expo in San Francisco, we recorded a short video on the happenings in the Enterprise 2.0 space, the activity at the event, and the upcoming local event (local to me, anyway) here in Austin at the end of the month: Interactive Austin 09. The video is posted and, as always, while I […]

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The 1st Birthday of a Unique Corporate Blog – The Connection Cafe

Icon Written by Alora on March 30, 2009 – 9:23 pm

A year ago, Austin-based Convio launched a company blog: Connection Cafe. Unlike so many other company blogs, Convio decided to take a slightly different approach with the hope of gaining slightly different results. While many organizations opt for a CEO blog — particularly companies with in-demand CEO’s, like Convio’s Gene Austin — or a blog […]

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Live from PubCon South: Fireside Chat with Chris Brogan and Guy Kawasaki

Icon Written by Alora on March 11, 2009 – 11:40 am

While normally the idea of a “fireside chat” in Austin, Texas would be a little warm, today’s unusually chilly weather brought all new appeal to the idea. So, in honor of the rainy weather and the keynote title, Chris Brogan obliged by pulling up a fireplace video on his laptop, and placing it on the […]

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Networking in a New Town

Icon Written by Alora on December 5, 2008 – 9:54 pm

There is something amusingly ironic about tech industry networking events: a group of people who are part of a subculture that is notorious for challenged people skills all in a room guzzling alcohol and trying to make small talk. I’ve been to too many to count — in the Bay Area, in New York, and […]

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