Dallas Startup Week marks a sort of tipping point in the explosion in Dallas' startup scene, events, and success stories within the last five - seven years. In this podcast, we dive into some theories for this explosion, and name names on some of the current and past "movers and shakers" are of the Dallas startup community. Listen to see if your startup gets a mention.
It’s a great year in DFW for online media creators. The community here in the metroplex is expanding for those who create media and distribute online. I’m not one to throw exclamation points around willy-nilly, but… We happen to have the best digital conference in the world coming up!
ALL NEW Art Gallery -- Fort Work Art Gallery at Alto 211. Thursday 6-8pm. This FREE event is open to the public, and transportation provided by the 2pointb app using code "10Under30".
Tweet Alto 211 encompasses all that is right with the Dallas, neh, the world. This thoughtfully designed community took an outsiders eye, by way of San Francisco developer Mike Sarimsakci of Alto Partners and Creative Designer Nile Tuzun of NILEbrand Hospitality International, and Dallas will be better for it. Beaconing startups, young professionals, artists, and [...]
Only one day remains until Dallas Digital Summit 2014 that happens Tuesday, Dec. 9th and Wednesday Dec. 10th. This conference is where 40+ industry leaders and speakers are slated to share their insights on the latest digital trends. Dallas Digital Summit is a digital strategies and emerging technologies seminar that will take place at the Irving Convention Center.
Digital strategies and emerging technologies seminar, Dallas Digital Summit, is set to take place December 9th - 10th at the Irving Convention Center at Las Colinas, for the 3rd year, and plans to bring together more than 1,000 innovators, digital marketers, big-brand executives, startup entrepreneurs and other digital media professionals. Listen to over 40 industry leaders and speakers as they share their insights on the latest digital trends. Dallas Digital Summit is considered to be the region’s largest digital marketing conference, and it is sure to grow over the next few years given Dallas' proclivity toward advertising and big business.
New Orleans-based Dinner Lab, which "connects guests with new ideas in food by hosting pop-up events with emerging culinary talent to get feedback on what works and what doesn't" launches today in Dallas. This membership-based club gets immediate feedback on your likes and dislikes from a regional level, then creates special suppers in secret locations that are hosted often by locally-based up-and-coming, innovative, chefs.
Tennis star, entrepreneur and technology visionary—Kit Carson really does have it all. Not to mention, she has it all in a city she loves—Dallas. Carson moved to Big D from Florida, and after earning two degrees from SMU, she remained in the city and launched a company called Tantrum Street, which develops mobile and cloud-based app technology in the heart of Deep Ellum. Whether she’s on the court, in the office or in front of a boardroom of investors, Carson feels at home. We sat down for a quick Q&A to find out what made her choose Dallas as her place of residence.
Last week, the former CEO of Foxconn (manufacturer of the iPad, iPhone, Playstation, Xbox, etc.) spoke about how corporations can work with hackers and makers. What’s at stake? Connecting things, devices, and people.
Tweet The Metroplex is home to a large number of corporate companies but also is becoming a hub to many startups. And for these startups, a collaborative, modern environment is essential to productivity and overall success. Common Desk, a co-working community designed to revolution the way people work, is open for startup workers and has [...]