GeniusDen: Shaping the business environment of tomorrow in Dallas

Startup Week is underway, and we’re excited to hear that there’s a new model of business incubator in town.

Welcome GeniusDen, whose overall mission is “to grow startup entrepreneurs as leaders through developing systems and recruiting valuable people to positively shape the business environment of tomorrow.”

GeniusDen will celebrate its launch this Saturday, March 7th, at 8:00 PM at 3106 Commerce Street.

The space includes dedicated offices, desks and a variety of rooms for events and training — and an AirBnB loft apartment to house any speakers that might be traveling.

GeniusDen offers free coffee, beer and wine — and a rooftop deck coming this summer!

“We are launching at a great time this week to support entrepreneurial growth in Dallas during our first Dallas Startup Week,” said GeniusDen founder Joe Payton. “I’m excited to work with entrepreneurs who share our goal and can benefit from purpose built space and programs brought by accomplished smart people.”

GeniusDen Business Incubator 3106 Commerce St Joe Payton

The launch party Saturday is open to the North Texas startup and investor community. GeniusDen will open the call for applicants and will select up to 10 companies to join its Founding Membership.

For more information on the event and to learn more, visit the GeniusDen website here.

Rachel Winstead

Rachel is a freelance writer and works at Soap Hope in downtown Dallas. She hates the term "disrupt," tweets about startups, and appreciates a well-crafted hashtag.