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IgniteDFW is set to return for a 9th edition on March 13th, featuring another incredible lineup of local community influencers at a brand new home, Deep Ellum Art Company, whose mission truly honors the heart and soul of the Ignite movement

Dallas-based sporting goods company Warstic announces the acquisition of a building at 2900 Main Street with plans to open a hand turned wood baseball bat manufacturing facility, flagship retail location, and headquarters in Dallas' historically cool Deep Ellum neighborhood. The

Jessica Burnham is a design researcher and part of the Deep Ellum Foundation. Her focus has been to create spaces for physical interactions that promote strong community ties between business and neighborhoods. This goal is what led her to Crowdus

Jackpot Rising is slowly emerging from years of development, and if things go according to plan (oh, and they are), they’ll be the first to leverage a massive opportunity in the gaming industry. William Webb watched the whirlwind of legal activity

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,

One thing that most entrepreneurs in the Dallas/Fort Worth startup community will agree on is that besides trying to make money from our ideas, we need to have fun while we're doing it. And what better way to have a

This fall, a pop-up retail and event space will be made available to creatives and entrepreneurs in the Dallas area. This is an exciting new initiative from Dallas entrepreneurs Matt Alexander (Need) and Bryan DeLuca (Foot Cardigan). They are opening a free space to a

The Deep Ellum neighborhood  just got some serious pipes!, a service of Opus 3, has strung fiber optic lines throughout the neighborhood and has already begun providing local business like coworking space Common Desk with speeds up to 1Gb/s. Prices start

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