Nice feature in the Silicon Hills News:
Austin TechBreakfast is a little bit of everything. It’s a little “show and tell” as founder Ron Schmelzer describes it, with intervals for “I need a job…a developer….a cofounder….an investor….”
The monthly morning meetup, one of eight founded by Schmelzer in cities from Baltimore to Palo Alto, has a lighthearted format—inspired by Schmelzer’s wit—while companies network and get a chance to display what they do.
“There are a lot of demo format events,” Schmelzer said. “We’re different in that we’re stage neutral — which means that we’ll get large companies, hobbies…. We’re also industry neutral. At the last one we had a couple of bio companies, we’ll get energy, we’ll get robots…I mean who doesn’t love robots in the morning?”
There were, alas , no robots Thursday morning at DLA Piper’s offices, but four companies did “show and tell” on their products.
Read more at the Silicon Hills News site…