Brazen, a membership organization for women entrepreneurs, has officially launched today in six cities nationwide and is on a mission to unlock the tremendous potential in “growth-seeking” women business owners; a powerful segment underserved by an existing entrepreneurship support and venture capital industry limited by...

Jen Voecks opens her stunning Dallas New Tech talk with a story about a bride’s struggle to plan her wedding. She highlights three main problems with wedding planning from cost to vendor reliability and states that wedding planning shouldn’t ruin a bride’s important day. “The wedding...

Raution Jaiswal is the founder of an all-in-one insurance tracking program called InsuredMine. “We have multiple insurances,” Jaiswal said during his talk at Dallas New Tech. He provided a scenario that is all too typical for today’s world, missing bill payments for insurance. InsuredMine looks to place...

Lyft and Uber have carved out a new market in the on-demand space with cost-effective ride share apps. To take advantage of this new space, startup companies look for ways to provide unique services. At Dallas New Tech talk, Craig Miller, former Dallas Deputy Chief...

Jeremy Gregg delivers a thought-provoking speech about the American prison system at the latest Ignite DFW talks. He calls into question human morals, and how it relates to incarceration. He focused on four reasons the prison system exist: Punishment – they did bad things, we...

At January’s Dallas New Tech pitch, Skip Howard, founder of Spacee, began his talk by stating, “This isn’t going to be your typical pitch deck. All our clients are telling us to work on amazing things and all our really cool stuff is under NDA.”...

At the beginning of his pitch for Dallas New Tech, TJ Person tells the story of his family’s 14 hour Christmas trip and the fun they had in Orland. “We stayed at this really cool hotel," said Person, CEO of Openkey. "It had 1800 rooms and is...

At Dallas New Tech January, Jerry King pitched his company Bonfire that brands itself as a simple RV reservation management tool. King initially launched a site called RV Spotfinder that was similar to hotels.com in where avid RVers could search for the best and cheapest...

Yahoo Finance reported that it's been a record-breaking third quarter for investors and startup companies in the Dallas area. In total, these companies received over $274 M of venture capital. This breaks previous quarterly records for both 2015 and 2016. Good news for local area...

In a press release, CalcuQuote was honored to be named part of the Techweek100 for Techweek Dallas. CalcuQuote provides electronics manufacturing service (EMS) quote management systems. They have integrated with big component suppliers and utilize custom labor profiles, to create a sophisticated request for quote (RFQ) process. Their platform...

Ruben Izmailyan presented at Dallas New Tech this month on Budgit. Budgit is a new personal finance service that helps user organize their finances and savings better, by getting information directly from the bank instead of from the internet. Ruben is the founder of Budgit, and also wrote the...

Michael Pratt, the CEO and co-founder of Panamplify, spoke last week at Dallas New Tech. He spoke about the company's purpose and current growth. Panamplify is a Dallas startup that eliminates the grunt work involved in creating marketing reports. Michael started by explaining the task that marketing...

EXOS Aerospace announced last month that they are committing to education. The company is working with partners to create school programs for grades K-12. These programs are using suborbital flight as part of a Science Technology Engineering & Math (STEM) curriculum. EXOS is based in Caddo Mills, Texas...

Texas, the second largest state, in the heart of the south holds the Dallas-Fort Worth metro. Where Fort Worth holds the history of the old south, and Dallas contains a hub of city-slickers, this area is where companies should not only start their business, grow...

Pizza Hut, the largest pizza company in the world, that has $13.4 billion in annual sales, and more than 15,605 stores across the world, just announced the launch of an innovative program called, "chatbot." Chatbot allows customers with Pizza Hut accounts to create orders through Facebook Messenger and...

Ignite DFW is a night of presentations on a variety of inspired topics — with a twist. Each presentation has 20 slides that automatically advance after 15 seconds. It is a worldwide movement. The fifth installment of Ignite DFW takes place on Tuesday, July 19,...

Roberto Inetti is a Dallas-based professional photographer turned developer. Inetti is introducing Statimgram, a program that allows the scheduling of Instagram photos.  The idea of Statimgram came while Inetti was working on another project of his, BookMe.io, an online community for the modeling industry. "I was looking...

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 mentor-ship has been diminished by...

There are 135 million makers in the United States, and with the maker movement growing stronger by the day, the need to personalize what you are making, along with the satisfaction of creating something, the do-it-yourself industry is only going to continue to grow.  There...

Wing Ware is a Dallas start up that is improving the safety and reliability of aircraft fueling equipment, by revolutionizing the maintenance records for the equipment. DNT heard from Kent Dial, the President and Founder of Wing Ware. Wing Ware is a software company offering...

No more pain in the grass! Dallas based start-up Robin gives you the ability to put your lawn on “auto-pilot”. Co-founder Justin Crandall of Robin, spoke Tuesday night at Dallas New Tech, explaining his on-demand landscaping service that greatly simplifies your outdoor maintenance routine. Think...

One of the best parts about attending 1 Million Cups is the opportunity to hear from a spectrum of companies: those with traction and looking for funding, to those in development and pitching their concept. The community will always bring their feedback and comments… it’s...

Walking into the doctors office can, at times, feel like being quizzed on your vital signs, or personal history, or in the case of rehab, your personal habits. It can feel like your doctor, nurse, and technician are not listening to you… or, better yet,...

A new Dallas-based online travel company, which provides RV Parks and campgrounds in the United States, Canada, and Mexico another marketing channel to book campsites, launches this month. CampReward is the first online travel company to offer consumers the opportunity to book their camping trips online while earning valuable...

Realtors pay attention to this one! HipPocket, the private social network for licensed realtors launches next month. That's right, no more scouting the web, calling and texting everyone you know, standing in Starbucks just hoping someone wants to buy a house. With HipPocket, realtors have the ability...

"There is only one goal for PledgeCents: to provide better education for children all over the world." PledgeCents is a crowdfunding platform startup made up of a team of passionate entrepreneurs. They saw the need to connect schools with individuals and businesses who want to invest in our youth. The campaigns...

Hinge.co, the social network for dating that helps you meet your friends’ single friends in a trusted and effortless way, today expands its matchmaking magic to Dallas. With over one million matches in now seven cities, Hinge adds an interesting social layer to the world...

Health Wildcatters graduate Cariloop just announced a big milestone for their company. Not only have they come of beta and launched their new website, but they've also closed a partnership with the Texas Organization of Residential Care Homes, or TORCH. Cariloop walks families and caregivers through a...

HedgeChatter, a Tech Wildcatters alum, officially launched their social media based stock market analysis platform recently. The company provides an online SaaS dashboard that allows investors, traders and hedge funds to see how key influencers on social media are affecting stock price and view price trends...

Launched yesterday, Traxo for Business is jet set to ease travel planning for customers. Traxo, an aggregated travel platform, promises to be your "digital travel wallet" by organizing your info from hundreds of travel sites. For the modern travel site, it is the solution to filling...

Available in app stores as of this week, Dallas startup Bitzy fills a social media niche. With the growing immediacy of social media culture, Bitzy offers time sensitive sharing. You decide how long your post stays in your friends' live feeds. Following a post's expiration, the original...

Lyft, the San Francisco based ridesharing startup, is officially launching this next Friday and throwing a party to kick off their service in Dallas. Here are the details: Come celebrate the launch of Lyft Dallas on Friday, September 27th from 7-11pm at WELD. Expect delectable eats, live local music, featured...

Aereo, the New York based startup trying to help you cut the cable, is launching in the Dallas area on September 23rd. Aereo’s innovative, cloud-based antenna/DVR technology provides consumers with the ability to watch and record live broadcast television on their internet-connected devices. It’s an exciting...

San Francisco based startup TaskRabbit has just launched its service in Dallas. The company's platform allows you to describe a task you want completed, when and where it needs to be done and specify how much you'll pay or request bids. You can then choose from...

Uber, the company that provides on-demand private car service, has launched in Dallas! Why take a taxi when you can arrive in style in a black town car or SUV?! While it's not quite their *official* launch, they announced today on their blog that Uber cars...

The fruit of Dallas entrepreneur Jeanette Cajide's labor is finally available for download in the app store. The app, Blurtt, is a "tool that allows users to express themselves" using text overlaid on photos of your own or ones found across the web. Blurtt takes the standard...

Pi'ikea St., developers of the award-winning Interactive Alphabet app, recently released their second app, Memory Train, a memory game of concentration and focus for children. It's a universal app that runs on iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The app is currently featured in 'New and...

Extractiv.com, a service that uses natural language processing to extract semantic data from unstructured web content, has launched its public beta today according to a tweet from co-founder Andy Hickl. The company, which is funded by Creeris Ventures and private investors, draws on Hickl's deep NLP...

Dallas based Big in Japan, creators of the popular ShopSavvy application, announced today that they will be releasing a new version specifically for the iPad. From their press release: Big in Japan, a Dallas-based idea factory for mobile applications, announced today that it will release a...