San Antonio Business Journal


Methodist plans major expansion of I-35 hospital campus

New multistory structure to house an outpatient surgery center and several medical groups. Do you know an individual or team making a huge impact in the San Antonio health care industry? The San Antonio Business Journal is seeking nominations for its 2022 Health Care Heroes awards. Winners will be recognized at an in-person awards event on October 20, 2022 and featured in the San Antonio Business Journal. The deadline to nominate is July 20, 2022.

KCI Technologies acquires Dallas telecommunications firm

KCI technologies has purchased AmChel Communications to improve its turnkey cellular tower installation. The San Antonio Business Journal is seeking nominations for its Fast Track Awards, which recognize the area's fastest-growing privately owned companies. To nominate, companies must complete this form. The deadline to nominate is Sept. 12, 2022.
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Higher education isn't immune to inflation. Here's where it will hurt the most.

“Inflation is going to be really disastrous for higher education,” Griffith said. “(...)The vast majority of the schools don’t have the resources to correct for inflation.”. THIS ARTICLE IS FOR SUBSCRIBERS ONLY. Continue reading with your subscription. Access 4 weeks of business news and insights.
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Real estate Leads - June 24, 2022

Find out what areas are developing rapidly to capitalize on growth opportunities for your business. Leverage data around foreclosures, building permits, mortgages, transactional data and more. Identify the individuals and developers securing the largest commercial and residential building permits in the area, with details on the date, location, dollar value...

Liens & bankruptcies Leads - June 24, 2022

Learn which local businesses have recently filed for bankruptcy, unpaid income or unpaid payroll taxes. Mechanics' liens are included. Utilize this information to navigate opportunity and avoid risk. Contact us to have a custom Leads search with full data delivered to your inbox weekly.
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New report shows explosive growth across local IT industry

A new report shows the local information technology industry tripled in size since 2000 — and seen soaring wages, creating a nearly $11 billion economic impact. Commissioned by local nonprofit Tech Bloc in partnership with Port San Antonio, the report's findings highlight the $10.8 billion economic impact of the IT industry in the city, a 27% increase since 2010. That number has more than tripled in size since 2000.