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HTC Adds Five To Board Of Directors

January 31, 2003

Houston Technology Center (HTC), Houston’s business accelerator, has named five new members to its board of directors. Elected to the


Technology Center Program Training Inner-City Youth

January 17, 2003

by Thora Qaddumi Houston Business Journal The Houston Technology Center, a business accelerator that incubates emerging technology companies, has launched


HTC Adds Three To Distinguished Board

December 13, 2002

Houston Technology Center (HTC), Houston”s business accelerator, today announced the introduction of three new members to its Board of Directors.


Southwest Bio Venture Conference & Symposium Unveils New Technologies in Healthcare, Biotechnology and the Life Sciences

December 1, 2002

Within several years many, new medical devices and biopharmaceutical products may be on the market including: Innovative immunotherapies for cancer


Venture Capital Is Still Available For High-Potential Tech Start-Ups

November 8, 2002

Houston is a great place to start a technology company. Basic and applied sciences and technology is abundant from the


HTC’s TECbridge Bridges Digital Divide

November 1, 2002

In today’s technology-driven business environment, jobs that offer a “living wage,” benefits, and opportunities for advancement increasingly require technical skills


Survey: Texas has best business climate

September 24, 2002

Texas has the most favorable business climate in the United States, according to a new survey of 287 senior-level corporate


Midtown home to new tech center

September 5, 2002

An organization dedicated to nurturing new Houston-based technology companies is open for business in Midtown, offering clients a variety of


Halliburton Presents Houston Technology Center Grand Opening Celebration

August 8, 2002

On Wednesday, August 28 2002, Halliburton presents the Houston Technology Center (HTC) grand opening celebration. The HTC is rolling out


Houston working to step up to the plate in biotech world

July 26, 2002

Houston, we may have a problem. In spite of the more than $1 billion being pumped into funding life sciences