The Tulane Business Plan Competition (TBPC) and the Domain Companies New Orleans Entrepreneur Challenge both went off without a hitch on Friday, April 19th. The Tulane Business Plan Competition is student-run and received 51 applications this year. Twenty moved onto the second round and three companies– Be Well Nutrition, TRUE-See Systems, and Humanure Power– pitched [...]
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The Silicon Bayou has been buzzing with tech and entrepreneurial news. Here are the most popular stories published on Silicon Bayou News in the past seven days: International Social Media Conference Hits New Orleans for First Time in Eight Years Pubcon began in 2000 as an informal gathering of early search engine optimizers and webmasters at a London [...]
BSides is a free, all-day information security event that takes place around the world. The event will be in New Orleans on May 25, 2013 at the Hilton Garden Inn New Orleans Convention Center. Andrew Case is organizing this event with four others. He believes BSidesNOLA is a great networking and informational opportunity as well [...]
Local University (LocalU) is a series of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) seminars targeting small business owners. Local University: New Orleans will take place on May 7, 2013 from 8:00am to 1:00pm at the Kendall Cram Room of the Lavin-Bernick Center at Tulane University. As a bonus, Silicon Bayou News has partnered with Search Influence on [...]
We’re seeking passionate and multi-talented college students for a summer internship at Silicon Bayou News! We’re looking for an editorial/sales intern who is comfortable writing for us in addition to various sales tasks throughout the summer. Details are as follows: The 3-month internship (May – July 2013) is for college credit only Preferred majors include [...]
History is being made in Louisiana and it is due in large part of Codemkrs Founder, Travis Laurendine, and other young, innovative entrepreneurs. Codemkrs, the Louisiana Technology Council, and host University of New Orleans (UNO) are proud to announce to first ever Music Hackathon held in the state. The goal is to work with the [...]
Meet New Orleans entrepreneurs Carol Markowitz and Chris Schultz as they introduce themselves at a GrowCo 2013 session. Markowitz served as an Entrepreneur-In-Residence (EIR) during the 2013 entrepreneur season through the Idea Village. Schultz is a serial entrepreneur; he is Founder of Voodoo Ventures, co-founder of Launch Pad and Flatstack and is in the process [...]