As of December 30, 2019
The San Antonio Startup Ecosystem Map represents a somewhat sequential view of a startup community’s life cycle.
A macro-level view, the graphic lists local resources available over the course of an entrepreneur’s journey from student to CEO to the need to scale for global growth.
This format also provides a better user experience on mobile phones. A short column in the ecosystem map reveals where San Antonio needs to develop more resources. It makes sense that for San Antonio’s still evolving startup community, the map shows more resources for entrepreneurs and innovators in earlier stages.
Many entities fulfill more than one role. Resources are listed in only one category for the sake of clarity. Please check on the organization’s website for more information.
A note about student entrepreneurship programs and resources: We list those organizations focused on student STEM and entrepreneurship in San Antonio. The landscape of STEM education programs and resources in San Antonio is much larger and merits its own ecosystem map.
The City of San Antonio is a STEM Learning Ecosystem Initiative city in which STEM learning stakeholders coordinate efforts to help students join the future STEM and STEAM workforce.
This is the latest iteration of the San Antonio ecosystem map. The first version we published covered activity from our launch on Feb. 7, 2018, to Nov. 7, 2018. Since then, we have been updating the graphic on average every quarter, there is that much activity in San Antonio’s startup community.
If you see something missing or that needs updating or adding, please reach out to us at editor@StartupsSanAntonio.com, thanks!
The San Antonio Startups 2019 book is available for purchase and will remain in circulation throughout 2019.