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Active Capital Leads $1.75M Seed Round for Software Startup Cloudsnap
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Active Capital Leads $1.75M Seed Round for Software Startup Cloudsnap

A fast-growing Austin-based startup quietly operating since last summer has captured the attention of one San Antonio-based venture firm. Software company Cloudsnap announced Wednesday that Active Capital, which invests in early-stage software-as-a-service (SaaS) startups, is leading its $1.75 million seed round. Cloudsnap offers mid-sized companies a cloud-computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) system.  Their platform automates the secure transfer of data between third-party software applications and a company's enterprise resource planning or ERP business process management software. Companies use their ERP software to manage and integrate their financial data, supply chain, operations, reporting, manufacturing, and human resource activities across a business. Active Capital's inve...
San Antonio Venture Firm Active Capital Leads Funding for Pingboard
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San Antonio Venture Firm Active Capital Leads Funding for Pingboard

Pingboard, a business to business (B2B) Software as a Service (SaaS) company, announced its latest $5 million round of seed funding led by Active Capital. The San Antonio-based venture firm is focused on leading seed rounds for founder-led, B2B SaaS companies. Pat Matthews, founder and CEO of Webmail.us which was acquired by Rackspace in 2007, decided to launch Active Capital in 2016. This is Active Capital’s 10th deal to date. Other deals have been with startups located in cities across the U.S. like Super Dispatch in Kansas City, which automates software workflows and payments for the trucking industry. Bill Boebel and Rob Eanes founded Austin-based Pingboard in 2013 when they incubated the concept at the Capital Factory. Pingboard’s software is used to create and maintain changing...
Co-working Spaces, Startup Programs, and Investors in San Antonio
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Co-working Spaces, Startup Programs, and Investors in San Antonio

San Antonio is experiencing a boom in startup activity. The downtown co-working community at Geekdom has grown to over 1,700 members since it opened its doors in 2011. Newly announced programs for entrepreneurially minded founders include incubators, pre-accelerators, accelerators, even a civically engaged residency program with the City of San Antonio. To help you keep track, let's look at the three basic categories of resources any startup founder will eventually look for when starting a business: co-working spaces, startup programs, and investors in San Antonio. San Antonio Co-Working Spaces What are the different options for co-working spaces in San Antonio? San Antonio has a variety of available co-working spaces that suit a founder's needs for location, access, budget, benefits...