Upcoming Events

Don't miss these events for entrepreneurs. You don't have to be a member to attend. RSVP now to save your seat. All events are held at IncubatorCTX on the campus of Concordia University Texas unless noted otherwise.

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December 4, 2019 | 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
G-51 OFFICE HOURS
Have a start-up idea? Need advice for your business or potential business? Meet with G-51, our resident entrepreneurs! G-51 office hours, open to IncubatorCTX members and CTX students, faculty and staff. RSVP by email to daniel@g51.com To read more about our facility visit IncubatorCTX.com or Concordia.edu
November 14, 2019 | 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
IncubatorCTX Speaker Series – Jordan Jones, Packed Party: “How To Build and Bootstrap a Multi-Million Dollar Company From a 500sf Apartment”

After a difficult day, Jordan Jones sought comfort from her mother who responded with “You’re throwing yourself a pity party, go to bed.” An idea came to her in her sleep, and the next morning she began designing what is now Packed Party.

In her talk "How To Build and Bootstrap a Multi-Million Dollar Company From a 500sf Apartment", Jones will provide key insight on the struggles and triumphs of creating a successful, well-run company, and all she has learned along the way.

SPEAKER: Jordan Jones
December 5, 2019 | 12:30 pm - 1:30 pm
IncubatorCTX Speaker Series – Bill Alderson, HOPZERO: “Finding Your Cyber Security Programs Most Vital Mission”

Bill Alderson is Founder and Chief Technology Officer of HOPZERO, an enterprise-focused internet security company based in Austin, Texas working out of IncubatorCTX. Firewalls focus on keeping things out; HOPZERO focuses on keeping your company's data inside the organization. Kerry Keller, former CIO of US Strategic Command calls HOPZERO “a game-changing way of turning the tables on would-be attackers.”

In his talk "Finding Your Cyber Security Programs Most Vital Mission", Bill will discuss the key components and all you need to know about protecting your data and preventing would-be attackers.

SPEAKER: Bill Alderson