Register Now for TeXchange’s “Creating a High Growth Company” Event!

You have just a few hours left to register for TeXchange’s upcoming event and receive a $10 discount on your ticket. Prices will increase after April 25!

The event, Creating a High Growth Company: A Discussion with Dallas’ 2011 Fast Tech Winners, will be Thursday, May 10 starting at 5pm at the AT&T Performing Arts Center.

Here are all the details:

Creating a High Growth Company: A Discussion with Dallas’ 2011 Fast Tech Winners
Thursday, May 10th, 2012

5:00-6:30pm — Cocktails + Heavy Appetizers

6:30-8:00pm — Panel Discussion + Q&A

AT&T Performing Arts Center
Dee and Charles Wyly Theatre

Join us for an evening with the leaders of Dallas’ fastest growing businesses – the 2011 Fast Tech winners.

Listen to their remarkable stories of high growth, and learn how they managed their employees and themselves.

Mark Henry
CEO, One Technologies

Craig Holmes
CFO, Quickoffice

Terry Hungle
CFO, Mavenir Systems

Jackie Kimzey
General Partner, Sevin Rosen Funds
[moderator]

In addition, TeXchange and TravisWolff will announce the Five Finalists for the OneToWatch Award.

Receive a $10 discount
if you register online by April 25th: 

  • Startup Members & Guests:  $5
  • Members & Guests:  $10
  • Non-Members: $15
  • After 4/25: All online prices increase by $10
  • At the Door: $25

Pre-registration is strongly encouraged, as events often sell-out, and we cannot guarantee admission at the door.

>> REGISTER / MORE INFO <<

This event is open to TeXchange Members and Non-Members, so help spread the word!

Want to bring a guest?

  • If you’d like to “treat” them, you may register and pay for them in the same way that you register and pay for yourself.
  • If they will be paying for the event, send an e-mail to dfw@TeXchange.org stating that you’d like to bring a guest, and providing their first name, last name, and organization affiliation so we can prepare their nametag. We’ll register them and they can pay at the door.

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