Category Archive for: HardTech Labs

TechCrunch: Cultural Realities Of Latin American Entrepreneurship

Posted Aug 30, 2014 by Derek Footer (@dfooter) Editor’s note: Derek Footer is the Managing Partner of Origo Ventures, a fund focused on early stage technology companies throughout the Latin American region, and the CEO of HardTech Labs, a firm focused on building hardware and biotech ecosystems in the San Diego/Baja region. One of the brilliant…

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UT San Diego: San Diego, Baja can have sustainable startup ecosystem

By Derek Footer San Diego has everything a successful tech ecosystem needs: great research universities and institutes; vibrant tech industries and companies; a young, diverse, well-educated, tech-savvy workforce; and a beautiful environment where everyone (should) want to live. There is a wealth of software engineering and design talent both on this side of the border…

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UT San Diego: New Accelerator Bets on Hardware and Tijuana

By Roxana Popescu San Diego’s regional tech hardware scene just got a little more abarrotada — that’s “crowded” in Spanish. HardTech Labs, a new accelerator based in San Diego, follows a familiar concept in tech entrepreneurship: select promising young companies, ply them with mentorship, resources and funding, and hope to see your investment pay off.…

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FOXBusiness.com: San Diego’s HardTech Labs Connects Hardware Startups to Mexican Factories

By Gabrielle Karol, FOXBusiness A new hardware accelerator is looking to combine San Diego’s tech culture with Tijuana, Mexico’s manufacturing skills. HardTech Labs this week announced its “Class Zero,” featuring four startups, three based in San Diego and one in Tijuana.  Owaves aims to produce health-related wearable devices; CleverPet is working on learning consoles for…

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Xconomy: HardTech Labs Enrolls 4 in Cross-Border Manufacturing Accelerator

by Bruce V. Bigelow HardTech Labs, a San Diego accelerator program that gives startups access to low-cost manufacturing in Tijuana, has selected four companies to serve as a beta class. The idea is to help the co-founders and mentors identify the skills that are most important to entrepreneurs and to iron out problems. The cross-border…

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One Ecosystem from Two Cultures: HardTech Labs Announces its “Class Zero”

San Diego, CA (April 16, 2014) – Combining the development skills of San Diego with the implementation prowess of Tijuana, HardTech Labs LLC today announces the first four companies to enter the accelerator, comprising its “Class Zero,” which will commence on May 5, 2014. HardTech’s first beta class is comprised of four companies from the…

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