PRESS RELEASE - City Partners with Local Tech Company to Support Startups, Grow Digital Media Outreach
ALBUQUERQUE – The City of Albuquerque has contracted with homegrown [web app hosting company Bowtie](https://bowtie.io) to broaden local web developers’ services and make it easier and more affordable for startups to grow their businesses. This collaboration is among the latest in the City’s ongoing efforts to support the evolving entrepreneurial ecosystem and foster a small-business based economy.
Bowtie has developed a hosting and development platform that allows startups, using minimal effort, to launch web apps with functionalities such as payment processing, user registration and secure hosting. Web apps, hosted online and usable across all digital media devices, offer a flexible solution for startups looking to maximize market reach.
On Sunday, January 17th, our CTO James Kassemi is going to be sitting down for an Elevated Soapbox series that touches on questions of career passion, community involvement, and our effects on the world around us.
Whether you are a professional designer or an aspiring creative who gets lost in weekend projects, Adobe is calling you to Albuquerque, New Mexico on January 28th for a Creative Jam.
In about a week BowTie is entering the next phase of testing and development: public beta. We’re incredibly thankful for the ongoing support and feedback we received during our private beta, and we’re excited to share what’s next.
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