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CEO Mario Facusse is pitching THIS Thursday at TVL's Venture Expo!

CEO Mario Facusse is pitching THIS Thursday at TVL's Venture Expo!

THIS Thursday 1-7PM: @TXVentureLabs #VentureExpo. Investors, entrepreneurs and @xyber_tech. RSVP by 11/30! bit.ly/VentureExpo

Xyber Tech has been accepted to Texas Venture Labs Accelerator!

Xyber Tech has been accepted to Texas Venture Labs Accelerator!

Jon Brumley Texas Venture Labs (TVL) is pleased to announce Xyber Technologies is in the latest TVL Accelerator cohort for the Fall 2016. The TVL Practicum students hit the ground running to work with the companies in preparation of Venture Expo on December 1.

Co-Founders May Pitches "CTAN Panel of Investors"

Co-Founders May Pitches "CTAN Panel of Investors"

The keynote for the May 2 event will be a panel of Central Texas Angel Network (CTAN) representatives, including Executive Director Claire England and Board members Tom Rogers and Rick Timmins. The panel discussion will include strategies for getting funded, how to approach angel investors, and most effective tactics for presenting to an angel group. We've asked CTAN to listen to some of your pitches after the panel discussion and provide feedback, so we'll close the keynote with five entrepreneur pitches.

Xyber is Austin's Regional Finalist for the AlphaLab Gear Hardware Cup

We've been selected as an Austin Regional Finalist for the AlphaLab Gear National Hardware Cup. The Hardware Cup is the first nation-wide pitch competition focused exclusively on early-stage hardware startups. The Hardware Cup Team will travel to 9 cities to highlight and create exposure for Hardware Founders, and their products.  

http://alphalabgear.org/hardwarecup/

Austin's Xyber Technologies Finalist at UT Texas Energy Pitch Competition

Austin's Xyber Technologies Finalist at UT Texas Energy Pitch Competition

Xyber Technologies -this Austin-based startup has created energy efficient cooling systems for servers in data centers. Its technology reduces energy consumption by up to 30 percent and cooling requirements by up to 70 percent.