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Capital Factory

Capital Factory

Community and co-working space in Austin, Texas

Capital Factory is a seed and early stage venture for entrepreneurs in Texas. The firm is considered the most active investor in Texas since 2013.

The firm aims to become "the center of gravity" for entrepreneurs in Texas. The firm is open to helping businesses at any stage of starting up from first timers to late stage tech companies. The company has supported hundreds of startups in software and hardware. Capital Factory also has hundreds of mentors to provide assistance in fields like transportation, government and military, artificial intelligence, digital health, marketplaces, big data, education technology, virtual reality, and others.

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Capital Factory 2013

Capital Factory 2009

Capital Factory 2013

Famigo

Capital Factory 2009

Capital Factory 2011

Capital Factory 2011

Capital Factory 2010

Capital Factory 2013

Capital Factory 2013

Capital Factory 2013

Capital Factory 2013

Capital Factory 2013

Capital Factory 2009

Capital Factory 2010

Capital Factory 2010

Sparefoot

Capital Factory 2009

Capital Factory 2013

Capital Factory 2013

Capital Factory 2011

Capital Factory 2011

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DonateStock
May 27, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- DonateStock, an emerging fintech company that helps nonprofits access new sources of funding by making stock donations easy, was announced the...
lalorek
August 26, 2020
SiliconHills
There's a new angel network in Austin, aimed specifically and women-led startups. This week, Women@Austin, a nonprofit organization focused on advancing female entrepreneurs, launched the Beam Angel Network. Notley Venture, a social impact investment firm based in Austin, has pledged $250,000 to kick off the network, which will begin accepting applications on Sept. 1st. Jess ...
Brent Wistrom
August 4, 2020
AmericanInno
To help put compelling content on your radar, we've rounded up some of the best virtual events we could find in the local tech and startup ecosystems.
Kevin Cummings
June 10, 2020
AmericanInno
Beginning around 2016, the Department of Defense (DoD) started looking at sources of new technology it had not traditionally explored - startups. And since then, public-private partnerships between military branches and tech startups have been growing. Riding off the success of its DoD-centric Defense Innovation program that has been building in Austin, Texas-focused incubator and accelerator Capital Factory is expanding that into its locations in Dallas and Houston. The program looks to help startups navigate the numerous departments and contract vehicles the DoD offers, as well as help founders make connections with government leaders and other businesses working in the defense industry. "If you go back, it used to be that the DoD would decide they want to solve this big technology problem. They would invest a whole bunch of money in it, do proof of concept and all those early-stage research discoveries... they would then turn it into products and technologies," Kevin Landtroop, VP of
Brent Wistrom
June 1, 2020
AmericanInno
The global pandemic has sent shockwaves through the Austin startup and venture capital ecosystems. But term sheets are still being signed -- some after a month or two delay caused by the economic uncertainty rocking the markets. Meanwhile, we have startups emerging from stealth, such as First Dollar. And there were a few notable acquisitions, too, including Austin's Rivet Networks being acquired by chip-making giant Intel. As we do each month, we've put all the funding deals, mergers and venture capital activity from the month in one place. Here's a look back on May 2020. Stay on top of these types of announcements as they happen each day by subscribing to the Beat newsletter. Funding Austin bottled water startup Richard's Rainwater reported raising $1.6M in new equity funding. The company was founded by Richard Heinichen, and it appears to be the first company to legally bottle and sell rainwater in this format. Earlier this year, the company announced it was switching to aluminum
Brent Wistrom
May 20, 2020
AmericanInno
With mask requirements in common spaces and more distance between desks, Austin accelerator and coworking space Capital Factory is slowly reopening.
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