Golf San Antonio Awards Group 42 with Distinguished Service Recognition Award

Golf San Antonio has selected Group 42 to receive the organization's Distinguished Service Recognition Award for 2017, honoring the company's long-time involvement with the charity and Rudy's I-35 Cup, benefiting the Greater First Tee of San Antonio. The award, given on behalf of the Board of Directors of Golf San Antonio and the children and amateur golfers they serve, puts Group 42 in it's fourth class of honorees including elite corporations, individuals and foundations that have demonstrated exceptional leadership and provided generous support of their time and talent to Golf San Antonio.

Group 42 and it's peer award winners will be honored at the Golf San Antonio Annual Recognition Dinner on Thursday, February 16th.

Group 42 Sponsors Tobin Center's Third Annual Benefit Concert on December 8, 2016

Group 42 is proud to be a sponsor of the Tobin Center Third Annual Benefit Concert on December 8, 2016.

Group 42 is an energy services holding company established in 1997 and headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. Through strategic management services, we enable our international subsidiaries to provide technology-oriented solutions to the energy industry in the Arabian Gulf, West Africa, Asia Pacific, the North Sea and North America. Group 42 is committed to supporting the arts and current business issues in San Antonio.

Group 42-Sponsored Texas Public Radio Technology & Entrepreneurship News Desk Launches with Award-Winning Journalist



Texas Public Radio will focus on San Antonio’s $10 billion technology industry with the re-assignment of award-winning writer/reporter/producer Paul Flahive, who most recently served as producer for the daily talk show, “The Source.”

[...] Flahive’s awards include 2015 Houston Press Club “Lone Star Awards” for Best Public Affairs segment for “The Changing Dynamic between Police and Mentally Ill” and Best Talk Program for “Will New Mayor Mean New Priorities?” 

"San Antonio is at an exciting intersection, and it will be fascinating to document this pivotal time in this industry's history," Flahive said. "While technology represents a small fraction of the city's industrial output currently, things like the technology district, the interest from the city and county in supporting tech, the positioning of university and other organizations and the ‘all hands on deck’ approach the community has taken to spur the development of this area make it an exciting time to be on this beat."

The vast and varied technology industry is represented by information technology and internet-related companies.  San Antonio’s cyber-security sector now ranks second in the nation for information assurance, trailing only Washington, D.C.  San Antonio also takes second position for concentration of data centers in the nation with more than 80 companies specializing in defense technology.

From creating jobs to triggering economic growth and generating local revenue, startups make a valuable contribution to San Antonio and area communities. Homegrown, entrepreneurial spirit is credited for the birth of Rackspace, Karta Technologies (now NCI), and NewTek. And start-up stars like Trueability,, HelpSocial, Group 42, Code Up, and Seat Smart incubated their new technologies in collaborative, co-working idea centers such as Geekdom.

Funding for this position is provided by the 80/20 Foundation, Group 42, Denim Group, UTSA Center for Innovation, Technology and Entrepreneurship, Dirk and Annie Elmendorf, Rackspace, Giles-Parscale, SecureLogix, Conceptual Mindworks, Venture Lab and others.

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Group 42 Continues as Presenting Sponsor for November 4th Rudy's 1-35 Cup "Rivalry Before the Match"

Group 42 returns to the Rudy's I-35 Cup presented by Ameritas as the presenting sponsor for the Rivalry Before the Match. This year's event will be held Nov. 4, 2016 at the Onion Creek Club in Austin, TX. 

This year marks the 8th occurrence of the annual tournament and charity event. The “Rivalry Before The Match” Presented by Group 42, Inc. kicks off the Rudy's I-35 Cup presented by Ameritas with a friendly rivalry competition open to corporate teams, individuals, and businesses in from the regional area.

In the seven years the Rudy’s I-35 Cup Presented by Ameritas and the “Rivalry Before the Match” have generated significant opportunity for deserving charities. The unique event has raised over $365,000 for our benefiting charitable organizations, including The First Tee of Greater San AntonioThe First Tee of Greater Austin and Africa New Life

The First Tee of Greater San Antonio impacts the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. The First Tee of Greater Austin champions the same initiatives for the capital city-area.

Africa New Life exists to break the cycle of poverty in Rwanda by providing education, spiritual insight and necessities to poor children and families.