Austin Startup Crawl Goes Virtual

The 10th Annual Austin Startup Week is in full swing with lots of panels and virtual networking at the virtual venue Hopin.

And tonight the first Austin Startup Crawl will take place virtually using a platform called Sococo from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

“Each startup will have their own room where you can chat with the founders and employees face to face from the comfort of your couch,” according to an email.

The startups participating include Black Swift Technologies, Ellodee, Tankee, Parasanti, Shep Travel, Choose Health, Decent, Vesta eCommerce, Opslock, Team Topia, Gembah, EQO, Union, HOPZERO, Liquibase, Localeur, Waldo Photos, TaxTaker, Revealix, Juuk, Workify, Valen Energy, SchooLinks, ReturnSafe Inc, Maidbot, Big Wheelbarrow, Cratejoy, Petal, Splashmetrics, Fathom5, ZipcodeXpress Inc., and Ruckit.

More than 1,000 people have signed up to participate in the Austin Startup Week online events with sessions on entrepreneurship, consumer packaged goods, COVID-19 innovation, funding, pivoting, mental health and so much more. In addition, there is virtual networking between events where people are matched for one on one meetings with each other.

Capital Factory also released a video on Monday on Austin’s

State of Entrepreneurship quoting key players in the Austin technology industry about how they are faring during the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Austin Startup Week is free, but registration is required. All of the sessions are being held virtually so it is possible to join from anywhere.