SXSW V2V Group Discount Offer

SXSW V2V, the newest SXSW event for startups and entrepreneurs, has offered the New Mexico Technology Council a discounted group rate of $395 to attendthe the event in Las Vegas, NV – Sunday, July 19, 2015 through Wednesday, July 22, 2015 at the Bellagio.

SXSW V2V brings together creative communities to learn the skills, make the connections, and find the inspiration to take their ideas and talents to the next level. Attend this boutique event to receive the nuts and bolts education needed to set yourself apart from the competition. Whether you’re a longtime SXSW attendee, newcomer or somewhere in-between, SXSW V2V has something to offer you.

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Eric Renz-Whitmore Joins the AED Team!

The New Mexico Technology Council is both proud and sad to announce that Eric Renz-Whitmore has left his post with our team to embark on his next adventure. 


For the last several years, Eric Renz Whitmore has served in a number of roles with the Technology Council, most recently as our Community Manager. During his tenure with the New Mexico Technology Council, Eric spearheaded many of the programs that are now cornerstones of Albuquerque, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico’s entrepreneurial ecosystem. His leadership helped bring programs such as Startup Weekend, Albuquerque Tech Fiesta and 1 Million Cups to our region sparking a new era of lean start-up thinking and community collaboration. Eric is one of the central figures behind efforts to champion a ‘give before you get’ approach and sparking a renewed interest in civic tech. There are many aspiring technologists and entrepreneurs who are thankful for his helping hand, kind heart and enormous network of friends and resources.

“We will miss Eric as part of our small team but know that we will continue to work closely with him and that makes us happy.” said Lisa Adkins, Chairwoman of the Council. In a heartfelt statement, Eric shared, “I don’t think there’s been a more exciting time to be in Albuquerque and New Mexico. There is a palpable spirit of hope around our innovation scene right now and I’m proud to have been a part of the leading role the Tech Council played in getting us here. It’s a privilege to build on this work with the wider entrepreneurial community on behalf of the city of Albuquerque’s Economic Development Department.”

With warm regards and a big thanks, we wish you well Mr. Whitmore from all your friends and family at the New Mexico Technology Council.