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The growth and development of people is the highest calling of leadership. --Harvey S. Firestone As we began to think about what company should be selected for the very first installment of our latest feature, Walk The Walk, we quickly realized that

Starting a business is exciting, but it often comes with many risks and uncertainties. For most entrepreneurs, having a trusted resource when problems arise can often be the very element needed to achieve game changing success. “Ask the Expert”, our biweekly

“I get emotional every time I talk about this,” said Necole Kane. Standing in front of an audience of 200 women on a rainy Saturday morning in downtown Dallas, Necole Kane appears shier than her previous alter ego would suggest. As

We all have biases.  Mostly unconscious, without a doubt, but we all have them. But what about those conscious often incorrect thoughts & perceptions about people that are different from us? The Office of Diversity and Outreach at the University of California,

Startup Hustle showcases leaders in technology, startups, and entrepreneurship across North Texas. Not your typical news story, this weekly series gives an inside look at the personalities of the diverse and multi-faceted people who make the DFW startup community so

With Dallas Startup Weekend: Women around the corner, Launch DFW is highlighting female entrepreneurs and innovators during the month of May. Below is a personal essay written by Helen Tien, Co-Founder and Marketing Director of Kinskii.  Kinskii’s journey to Seed Sumo One of

Plenty of stereotypes get thrown around about why women would be bad leaders - women are too sensitive, opinionated, or only care about going shopping. But many of these so-called “negative” qualities could actually be advantages you never knew you had,

The Women in Tech Summit – The Speed of Change is a special event designed specifically for women in IT. This event includes a fireside chat, two panel presentations, lunch and networking. Registration is open—use Discount Code WIT40 for the reduced $40 rate ($50

Girl Develop It, a nonprofit organization that provides affordable programs to women who want to learn web and software development, is launching in the DFW area. Things officially kick off on September 4 (next Thursday!) at the Rachel Nash Gallery

InnoTech is back in Dallas and there will be a Women in Tech summit event as well, for which LAUNCH DFW is a very proud sponsor. The Women in Tech Summit is a special event designed specifically for women in IT.