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A rising asset-management company that decided to move to move its headquarters to a unique St. Philip's College property dedicated to supporting emerging firms three years ago received a performance leadership excellence award last week from the only federal agency established solely to create jobs through the growth and global competitiveness of minority-owned businesses in the United States.
San Antonio Entrepreneurship Week (SAEW)

San Antonio Entrepreneurship Week (SAEW)

A rising asset-management company that decided to move to move its headquarters to a unique St. Philip's College property dedicated to supporting emerging firms three years ago received a performance leadership excellence award last week from the only federal agency established solely to create jobs through the growth and global competitiveness of minority-owned businesses in the United States.

This is the type of supportive environment entrepreneurs expect to make themselves comfy in when St. Philip's College hosts the final day of the citywide 2017 Global Entrepreneur Week lineup http://www.sanantonio.gov/EDD/Media-Resource-Center/Events-Calendar/ArtMID/15865/ArticleID/11672/evr/2/San-Antonio-Entrepreneurship-Week-2017 of free professional development events. The program in presentation spaces Nov. 17 at St. Philip's College at 1801 Martin Luther King Drive in the city’s Denver Heights neighborhood ranges from presentations by entrepreneur-friendly college partners HEB and Rackspace, to a college-led program on how cybersecurity adds to the bottom lines of medical business operations in the entrepreneurial sector.

The high-performing firm that was a tenant in the New Program Startup Room of the HBCU's G. J. Sutton Learning Center building at the college (Building marked as "10" on the interactive map http://alamo.edu/spc/imap-mlk/) was Instant Data Technologies (Indatatech). Global Entrepreneur Week visitors can peek at the room and inquire about leasing between sessions.

The college's legendary entrepreneurial culture dates to its origin when Saint and revered President Emeritus Artemisia Bowden dedicated 52 years to growing a school for the entrepreneurial children of former slaves into what is now the nation's largest Historically Black College and University member institution with 13,000 students---one with a New Program Startup Room for businesses run by entrepreneurs regardless of ethnicity, gender or means.

Most of the entrepreneurs produced by the college are alumni and current students. Visiting entrepreneurs can take in their professional development sessions, hang out and recharge in the college's internet lounge for online students just one floor above the New Program Startup Room, ask about how education can support their plans, or do so with faculty while enjoying delicious on-campus sips of latte from the only Starbucks vendor on the East Side of San Antonio.

Hosting the event is the college's way of giving back to the entrepreneur, startup and economic development community while promoting education for them all. The college was invited to participate by alumni natural science faculty member Hitish Deepak Nathani. After leaving the college’s faculty roster, Nathani is now the innovator with the Alamo Colleges District’s department of entrepreneurship and innovation team https://alamo.edu/innovation/. For details on the event, visit the event web page www.saew.org and contact Nathani at hnathani@alamo.edu or through the Alamo Colleges District Directory at http://phonebook.alamo.edu/directory.aspx.

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