Túlio Soria

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Túlio Soria
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Because I love to share my knowledge!

Because I love to share my knowledge!

Because I can collaborate with startups in Austin, since I was a mentor at Viking accelerator in my hometown.

Because I can collaborate with startups in Austin, since I was a mentor at Viking accelerator in my hometown.

Because I love to collaborate!

Because I love to collaborate!

Because I can help the TVL-Accelerator with my experience in start-ups.

Because I can help the TVL-Accelerator with my experience in start-ups.

Because I love working in teams. Everything that I achieved was through collaboration, such as the Imagine Cup prize.

Because I love working in teams. Everything that I achieved was through collaboration, such as the Imagine Cup prize.

Because I love Austin, the city is an emerging entrepreneurial hub built on collaboration. It is the right place to prepare myself to start my new entrepreneurial journey.

Because I love Austin, the city is an emerging entrepreneurial hub built on collaboration. It is the right place to prepare myself to start my new entrepreneurial journey.

I discovered my dream: to create digital products that can make a difference worldwide. Now I want take advantage of the terrific opportunities that Austin has to offer and bring that dream to life.

I discovered my dream: to create digital products that can make a difference worldwide. Now I want take advantage of the terrific opportunities that Austin has to offer and bring that dream to life.

Because I love diversity of cultures and I like to share my experiences with friends. I visited UT and realized an inviting atmosphere exists.

Because I love diversity of cultures and I like to share my experiences with friends. I visited UT and realized an inviting atmosphere exists.

Because I can help in the event Pitch Party! In Brazil, I was guest speaker at INFO Trends and I gave a talk on how to raise capital from investors.

Because I can help in the event Pitch Party! In Brazil, I was guest speaker at INFO Trends and I gave a talk on how to raise capital from investors.

In February 1990, Voyager 1 took one last photograph of its home planet. Earth appeared as a tiny blue dot in a vast sea of darkness. This first photo taken of our world from deep space, captured by the Voyager spacecraft in 1990, stunned many people, including the famous astronomer Carl Sagan who called our seemingly minuscule planet a "pale blue dot" and "the only home we've ever known." http://www.carlsagan.com/

In February 1990, Voyager 1 took one last photograph of its home planet. Earth appeared as a tiny blue dot in a vast sea of darkness. This first photo taken of our world from deep space, captured by the Voyager spacecraft in 1990, stunned many people, including the famous astronomer Carl Sagan who called our seemingly minuscule planet a "pale blue dot" and "the only home we've ever known." http://www.carlsagan.com/