Friday, April 9, 2010
Texas Emerging Technology Fund Creates Regional Board
The South Texas Regional Center of Innovation and Commercialization (STRCIC), which helps to administer the Texas Emerging Technology Fund, announced today that it has created a regional board which will help process applications for funding for the ETF. According to the group, the new regional board will focus on the South Texas region, and advise entrepreneurs in the overall ETF process. The new group is being chaired by Craig K. Clement, EVP and Director of AdviTech, and also includes John T. Hill of TechSage Solutions; Bill Archer of Frost & Sullivan; Mike Culbertson of the Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Corporation; Cory Hallam of the Center for Innovation Technology and Entrepreneurship, UTSA; Judish D. Ingalls of The Coach Approach; Marcel Johnson of the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce; David Marquez of Bexar Conty; Dan Perugini of the UT Health Science Center San Antonio, and Jim Poage, of SATAI and STRCIC.