Promotes science and networking with companies in the finance, tech, fintech and blockchain industry. Gender equality and diversity, leadership 4.0, especially in the financial and fintech industry, is considered key to achieving the United Nations global sustainability goals. Women are underrepresented in technical professions, in the financial world, and especially in the fintech industry. The participation of women in the technology, finance and fintech sector will boost the economy and give women full participation in society.
The most respected “Family Office” magazine in the world that caters to the ultra-wealthy sector. Stands out from the rest because the majority of our articles are written by leading experts from within the wealth sector, family offices, private equity firms, wealth management firms, private banks and many other sectors. There is no other publication anywhere in the world like it. The list of institutions and brands we have partnered with or have contributed to the magazine is a who's who of the finance and wealth space.
A newly formed non-profit in Austin aims to help bring the startup investor community together by establishing an organization focused on professional development, organizing the local greater venture community, and encouraging more and better startup support to the region. Massive shifts and growth have occurred in the venture capital space during the recent years. Part of those trends sweeping the industry are that more venture capitalists have moved to Austin, or have at least established a presence in some capacity. This activity is only expected to advance even more in the years to come. Last year, Austin broke yet another record by attracting over $5 billion in venture capital to startups in the city. The cofounding team involved with creating the Association are: serial entrepreneur, CS Freeland as Executive Director, along with Chris Shonk, cofounder and partner at venture capital firm, ATX Venture Partners, Carl Grant, EVP of Global Business Development at international law firm, Cooley, and Ari Salafia, founder and CEO of local startup, TaxTaker, as Executive Board Members.