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PostHeaderIcon Not Everyone has a Bleak Outlook

So, who is supposed to pick up the load when the Chryslers and GMs of the world are failing? Well, that is you and me. But not how the government is currently doing it. Right now we are trying to rescue the economy by rescuing the businesses that caused a lot of the current economic troubles. But there is another way….

Enter Tech Ranch in Austin, Texas. Tech Ranch is aimed at helping the economy recover by concentrating in another area: the high tech startup. Yes, we’ve already seen a huge crash in this area back in the late 90s. However, the reasons for that are well-known and also avoidable. That is what Tech Ranch does. It trains high tech entrepreneurs to not only get their business off the ground but also to make it through those rough first 5 years.

For more information check out:


Entrepreneurs optimistic about Austin’s high-tech industry

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