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Chirag is a reporter for LaunchDFW, primarily covering hackathons and developer conferences. Twitter is the best way to reach him: @ChicagoGupta

John Backes, the founder of Motive, recently announced on his blog that “Motive is taking a hiatus for 2016.” Read the full blog post here. The Motive program made waves in the Dallas real-estate technology community from the get-go. Prior to

Collide Village held its second annual Pitch Day for its three month startup accelerator yesterday. The CEO and Managing Partner of Collide Village, Tahir Hussain, kicked off the event by giving a run-down of the program’s data-centric approach to startups,

NachoBirthday is a crowdfunding website where users can raise money for a good cause in lieu of receiving birthday presents. The Dallas-based company was launched by founder Ryan Ogbeide in the Spring of 2015. Like most new online platforms, NachoBirthday has had

Guidrr is a Dallas-based travel startup founded by world traveler and tech entrepreneur, Aassia Haq. The Guidrr app is available in Dallas, Sao Paulo, Florence, Paris and more major travel destinations around the world, and features curated lists of things to do

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The Addison Treehouse, a coworking space known locally as ‘the Treehouse’, is celebrating their 1 year anniversary. We thought it would be the perfect time to interview their current Director, Tara Vornkahl, about how they got started. We’ve also included

Local Hack Day is an annual event run by Major League Hacking, an organization that supports competitive “hacking” at the high school and collegiate level. Major League Hacking was founded by Mike Swift and Jon Gottfried in 2013 and now

Our Launch DFW calendar of events is incredibly comprehensive, but with so many events it can be tough to determine what events are right or most convenient for you. We’ve pulled out some of the major startup events taking place

Tech EdVentures launched one year ago with a big vision: teaching engineering, robotics and computer coding to children. If yesterday's one year anniversary celebration at NoD Coworking is any indication, then the future is looking bright for this North Dallas startup. Dr.

It is with great pleasure and excitement that I announce my new role as Regional Editor for Launch DFW North Dallas. This first post is meant to introduce the region and to thank all of the founders, creatives, tech bloggers, and

The Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (Dallas Chapter) had its first meeting at Health Wildcatters. It was well attended by physicians, medical students, technologists, professors, researchers, and friends of Tech Wildcatters. Dallas has the potential to be the largest chapter of SoPE. The