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The Launch DFW team is excited to introduce you to some of the innovative entrepreneurs that office at local coworking space Industrious.  Meet AddedIQ Founding date/year: May 2017 Founder: Martin Zacarias and Paul Ingram Company Mission To provide our clients with intelligent data applications that help

Dawn Shannon and Tamara Payne's journey together began years ago at a women's group that Payne ran, which then progressed into a professional relationship with Shannon providing professional coaching and Payne performing marketing tasks. Now the duo has teamed up together

The newest business hotspot in Irving, TX, isn’t located in Las Colinas but right outside of old downtown, just past a transmission shop-turned-fountain and next to City Hall on Irving Boulevard. The Study opened its doors in August 2017 as the

Few cities in the metroplex have the reputation and pride that Denton does when it comes to community. From music and arts, to food and education, this often forgotten corner of the metroplex has also been making quite a name

GoodWork Co-Founder Amy King first learned of co-working spaces nearly a decade ago when she lived in Washington D.C. "I had this choir of angels moment - like a big light bulb moment - that this is my calling," said King.

Ready to take your bold ideas to new heights? Run, don't walk, to the World In Flight Hackathon this weekend at The Study in Irving, Texas.The event is FREE; food, swag, and accommodations all be provided at no charge. WHAT: A hackathon dedicated

We didn't think it was possible, but the Frisco entrepreneurial community has just gotten even cooler. A new chapter of 1 Million Cups is scheduled to launch on September 13th and Frisco's signature coworking space, LaunchPad City, will serve as the

Dallas New Tech, DFW's longest running monthly showcase event for new technologies and companies, lands in the Dallas Arts District for the first time next month, courtesy of Dallas' newest co-working space, Industrious. On the first Tuesday of every month, Dallas' startup

The concept of coworking made its way to Dallas from San Francisco in 2008, when CoHabitat launched in Uptown Dallas. In 2012, the trend really caught on, with a number of coworking spaces setting up shop across the Dallas/Fort Worth

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

In the last few years, Dallas has experienced a co-working migration, with many new developments still underway. Generally speaking, these spaces have accepted any and all startups that come through their doors. Adam Lotia felt that despite an abundance of spaces,

The startup community in Denton, Texas is growing. With the recent annual Bootstrap Denton networking event having been hosted at Stoke, the newest tech-oriented co-working space and entrepreneur center, it is apparent that the growth will only continue.  The Bootstrap Denton

ACME Creation Lab is a non-profit community workshop in Dallas, Texas. It was founded by two guys who were looking for a place to work on their hobbies. After buying a 10,000 sq ft warehouse from Craigslist, the founders discovered

LAUNCHPAD CITY is Frisco's thriving new professional services building, located at 2595 Dallas Parkway. While many spaces are solely co-working spaces, LAUNCHPAD CITY has a broader list of offerings. They provide a co-working space, school, playground, construction, and money programs to provide growth

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

Insight! That was the name of the game at 1 Million Cups on Wednesday, August 24th. The community both gave insight, and gained it by listening to the pitches by Laura and Laramie. Both products are in beta (or, in

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

Selery Fulfillment recently became the first company to reach level 4 in the Tech Wildcatters Gauntlet, Robert Brevelle announced last month on Twitter. Robert is the Managing Director and COO at Tech Wildcatters, which is a nationally ranked accelerator founded in

“Winner by audience participation” was how UT Dallas’ Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship pitch competition was decided at 1 Million Cups on Wednesday, August 3rd. All four presenting companies (Travabond, ConverseVR, ChoreMonstr, and Weiser) crushed their pitches, rocked their presence

Ever stepped outside of your eyes-on-phone bubble to think if someone really wanted to, they could pinpoint my location right now. Scary thought, right? You might be reading this right now on your phone, going somewhere, killing time from doing

Economic Development Division for the City of Denton, in conjunction with the Dallas Entrepreneur Center (DEC), has announced that Stoke, a new 9,216 square foot co-working space and entrepreneur center, will be opening on August 1st. “Many people have worked hard

NōD Co-working, (pronounced "node") was founded by Chirag Gupta, and is based at 17290 Preston Road in Dallas. They will be expanding by an additional 7,500 square feet at their current location, where they occupy three floors. The expansion will include eight new private

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

Sammy Abdullah, Co-manager at DAN Fund, a Dallas venture capital firm, recently penned a post on LinkedIn entitled "Why you shouldn't join an accelerator." Sammy's concern is that the value-add for those with no start-up expertise in need of guidance and

Inspired by The Grove's unique co-working community, The Mix Coworking and Creative Space is providing a new neighborhood space for people who are passionate about their work and their world to connect and create. Located in the basement level of the historic

The two presenters at 1 Million Cups both responded to the question, “What can the community do for you?” the same way. Their response is an important lesson for all entrepreneurs to learn, and one in which Brice McBeth of

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

Artificial intelligence is coming, and in Dallas, her name is Ashley.ai. Ashley would like to help you set your appointments.  Ashley is your personal scheduling assistant, and she makes it possible for you to never have to schedule meetings again. All

Alexander Muse announced in mid-June the sale of Architel, as well as the launch of Sumo Ventures, creating new opportunity for early stage startups.  This week Muse announced via Medium that Molly Cain is joining Sumo Ventures as a Venture Partner. Cain will

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

Rachel Stone of the Advocate Oak Cliff reports on the purchase of a former manufacturing plant in Elmwood at 1300 S. Polk, by real estate developer Monte Anderson, who undertook the incredible transformation of the Belmont Hotel in West Dallas.  Located on the DART

McKinney Texas, to the north of Dallas and Fort Worth is often overlooked when it comes to startups located there, in the shadow of DFW.  The McKinney Chamber of Commerce and The Werx Foundation is hosting the 2016 Innovate McKinney!

PinnStation is a brand new co-working space in Arlington that is meant to help those that typically work from home or from the coffee shop.  While working from home or the local Starbucks may work for some people, others may struggle

With so many events taking place across the metroplex, 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 across the North Texas region

Coworking provides entrepreneurs, permalancers, and creatives with a fresh environment to work independently and constructively on their projects. HeadSpace is the latest coworking space to pop up and offers an inspiring location for creatives to clear their heads and buckle

Chandni Manoharan had a dilemma: when she quit her job to work on a personal project during the summer of 2015, she needed a place to work. She tried working from home, coffee shops and libraries, but none of those

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

Chicago-based Level Office recently purchased the historic Katy Building in Dallas' West End and will host the grand opening for its first Dallas (and second Texas) location on Thursday. Level Office is the latest entrant into an ever-crowding market of turn-key

We get excited when our readers reach out to us to ask how they can get plugged into the community. Some of you reach out about job opportunities and networking. Then, there are those of you who are big community

So your company’s success is skyrocketing and your staff just grew from 2 to 10. That home office, local coffee shop or coworking space is no longer large enough to maximize your productivity and fit your growth plan. While you’ve

We celebrate the 45th anniversary of Earth Day this month, and to further that mission, the Grove Dallas will celebrate with a series of events supporting sustainability throughout the month of April. As part of the series, the Grove is inviting the community

Celebrate International Women's Day and Women's History Month at the Grove, starting in March. The Grove will be "leading local efforts this year to highlight social change driven women entrepreneurs within the North Texas region," according to a recent release. The West

If you're like me, you've maybe thought about some resolutions for 2015, but you never really put them down on paper or announce them to the world. In fact, the idea of setting a goal for the year seems ridiculous

Dallas coworking and studio space, WELD, is pleased to announce The WELD Show, this Thursday, December 18th at 7:00PM. The event is shaping up to be quite impressive, and has been guest curated by Sabine Meyer, former Director of Photography for National

Real estate has forever been a huge part of Dallas (and Texas) culture. But these days, development is shifting towards startup and technology ecosystems. From multiple coworking spaces to buildings like 211 North Ervay – which house Fork Work, LAUNCH DFW,

The Denton startup community is growing, if you haven't noticed. And just recently, TechMill announced that they'll be expanding their coworking space, in a partnership with Square 205, a branding and creative agency that serves North Texas. The new space will be

In September 2013, The Grove opened up its doors to Dallas startups, welcoming entrepreneurs and small businesses looking for not only a place to work, but a community to thrive in. The coworking space has grown from 6 companies to over

Take a victory lap Dallas, you deserve it! We pulled off something quite amazing on Tuesday night, and it’s just the beginning. Let this sink in

Dallas Fort Work, a coworking community in North Dallas, will be joining in the downtown fun come this November. "The pioneers of Downtown’s revitalization at 211 N. Ervay continue to expand their innovative concept at Alto 211 with the addition of Fort

Our North Texas startup community really is amazing -- I gushed about it last week when we took a look at all of the resources that North Texas entrepreneurs have available to them.  And those resources are growing even more, if you

Members of creative coworking space, Weld, will display their best works of 2013 this Wednesday at The Weld Show. The arts-based collaborative space opened in May 2012. Since then, we've seen a ton of stuff come out of Weld including the

The community is invited to a Geek Meet happy hour this Thursday evening at the Social House from 6 to 9. Geek Meet is an organization built to encourage networking within the tech community. The event will be sponsored by Premier Business

The Grove, Dallas's newest coworking space, partners up with Klyde Warren Park to debut a once a month open coworking day. Klyde Warren Park will celebrate its 1 year anniversary October 24th through the 26th. The 3-day event will host a variety of

It's been one year since the Deep Ellum coworking space opened its doors. Since then, they have already reached capacity and knocked down walls to expand their space for creatives, developers, and entrepreneurs alike. To celebrate their first birthday and growing

Health Wildcatters will host a free open coworking date tomorrow. The startup community is invited to casually work, collaborate, and make connections from 10 am to 5 pm this Friday. Drinks and snacks will be provided. Tech Wildcatters Program Director, Stewart Youngblood

Dallas Fort Work offers low-cost coworking space. Located just north of 635, Dallas Fort Work offers 3 tiers of all-inclusive memberships starting at $61 per month as well as an $11 day pass. At 2500 square feet, there are 3 private

Dallas' newest coworking space, The Grove, will be hosting its grand opening reception this Saturday, September 14th from 7pm-10pm. The Grove, which is the first branch in what aims to be a national network of coworking spaces, recently soft launched. With

Dallas welcomes its newest member to the co-working community: The Grove. Hailing originally from New Haven, Connecticut, the new locale can be found in 501 Elm, a historical building of Dallas (1902). The 3600 square-foot collaborative space will launch with a

The Collide Center formally launched last week with over one hundred attendees at their launch party. Located near historic downtown McKinney in a rustic, old factory, called the Cotton Mill, the center is home to exposed brick exteriors, hundred-year-old wood

Launching July 2013, office space becomes available to entrepreneurial masses in Ft. Worth. Collaborative office space is no new concept to Dallas as several programs and locations have popped up through the city since the beginning of this year alone. With

With the sad and sudden death of CoHabitat (may it rest in peace) a void was created in the Dallas coworking scene. Luckily, Common Desk has launched just in time to fill it right back up. I'm excited to announce that

As plugged in as I am to the local tech/digital/creative community here in Dallas, this one somehow managed to slip by me. Weld is a new collaborative workspace launching in Dallas, today, that aims to bring creatives together to do awesome