Press Coverage

blog_image Station Houston unveils its Ion Smart Cities Accelerator program and prototyping lab

The program, which is backed by Intel and Microsoft with support from Station, the city of Houston, and TX/RX, announced the 10 startups selected for the 10-month program in late August. The program commenced September 4, but on September 23, the program officially opened its new space in Station.   Read more on Innovation Map!


The phrase “smart city” could make you think of autonomous cars cruising past holographic billboards – a tantalizing techno-topia that’s just over the urban horizon. But you know what’s really smart? Solving problems with technologies that are already within our grasp. Gaby Rowe, CEO of Station Houston, is helping her city take an intelligent approach […]

blog_image Digital Trends Live: Galaxy Fold fix, iPhone 11 video, Al Roker, and more

Nibler then welcomes Gabriella Rowe, CEO of Station Houston, who discusses how it works to promote start-ups and venture capital funding for companies in Houston.   Watch the interview on Digital Trends:

blog_image Houston Chronicle: Student to CEO- Local startup accelerator launches summer program to groom next generation of entrepreneurs

Startup accelerator Station Houston has launched a summer program, opening its doors to college students and alumni in hopes of grooming them into the next generation of Houston’s entrepreneurs. The local hub for startup’s inaugural Academic Partnerships program has invited students and alumni from Rice University, University of Houston, and University of St. Thomas to its […]

blog_image Houston Business Journal: Inching toward equity: Houston women fight to level playing field in venture capital funding

A new mom herself, Amanda Ducach, co-founder and CEO of Houston-based SocialMama, set out to launch a networking app that connects like-minded mothers for friendship and mentorship. Her app touches upon a much-needed sense of community among mothers from all walks of life.   Read more on Houston Business Journal:

blog_image Wall street journal: Houston Playing Catch-up in Bid to Remake Itself as Tech Hub

When Houston offered Amazon an old Sears building as a potential second headquarters, the tech giant quickly passed. But Amazon’s HQ2 snub led Houston to rethink its approach to future economic growth and innovation.   Read more on Wall Street Journal: