Spring always seems to bring change.
For LAUNCH DFW, what’s old is new again… at least for me. As many of you have heard, Michael Sitarzewski, who’s been the LDFW publisher for the past couple years and one of our startup community’s most vocal champions, is moving on to bigger and better things.
If you’re interested in learning more about what Michael is up to next, check out his new website: Epic Mini Life
Michael – Thank you for your stewardship of LAUNCH DFW and the local startup community. I’m sure I can say on behalf of the entire community that we all wish you the best for this new chapter.
So what’s next for LAUNCH DFW?
First, I’ll be stepping back in and filling the Publisher role in the near term. Other than that, not too much else is changing. The same awesome people who’ve been supporting LDFW in various capacities will continue to do so, creating great content and events for the community.
I’ve long held the belief that LAUNCH DFW can be the best resource for the startup community and be a sustainable business. I’m excited to step back in and help to push this organization forward. There is a lot we want to accomplish with our news coverage, resources, video and events and, of course, we’ll need your support to make it happen.
If you’re interested in being involved with us in some way, whether through sponsorship or volunteering to help with events or anything else, please reach out to me via email — bradley [at] launchdfw [dot] com
Thank you for being here, and stay tuned for more.
Founder \ LAUNCH DFW