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ICYMI: What’s New and Next in Dallas-Fort Worth Innovation

Santander announces $1.3M in charitable grants to 18 organizations, State Farm Venture opens pitches, doctors in DFW form one of the largest COVID-19 alliances in the U.S., a soap startup with a $1B goal is moving to Dallas, and Pioneer's new HQ gets LEED Gold. Plus, here are the week's 10 most popular stories on Dallas Innovates.
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COVID-19: A Roundup of Resources for Small Businesses
Stepping up to help businesses, local organizations such as the Dallas Regional Chamber, UNT Health Science Center, the UTD Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, the City of Fort Worth, and the U.S. India Chamber of Commerce are distributing vital information.
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Dallas Innovates 2020: The Magazine
by | Jan 6, 2020
A new generation of innovators is taking its place in Dallas-Fort Worth lore, creating the next wave of great companies, services, and ideas.
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THE LAST WORD on Dallas Innovates. Find "who said what" in our collection of quotes on Dallas-Fort Worth Innovation.
EVERY LAST WORD
‘The opportunity is now so we’re going to seize it as an organization’
We love folks who have a way with words. Here’s a roundup of quotes from North Texas innovators that inspire, inform, motivate, or simply make us laugh. This week, Park Hub's George Baker (above), Poo~Pourri’s Suzy Batiz, AT&T’s Amy Wheelus, Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins, SMU's Zannie Giraud Voss, and more had “The Last Word.”
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Dallas Physician Launches a Manufacturing Company to Solve the PPE Shortage

by | May 27, 2020
Core Medical Industries LLC, named after the coronavirus, is a new Dallas-based manufacturing company founded to bring medical devices to market—and it hopes to fight current and future pandemics.
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Dallas Invents: 133 Patents Granted for Week of May 12
by | May 27, 2020
Dallas-Fort Worth ranked No. 11 for patents out of 250 metros. Patents granted include: Abbott's methods for evaluating biological sample integrity, CareFusion 303's automated utilization driven inventory management, DM ECO Plasma's system of ozone generation, IBM's cognitive vetting for unsolicited residential visitors, Raytheon's method for combining 3D images in color, State Farm's use of electronic metadata to verify insurance claims, and Toyota's blind assistive tuning and orienting of musical instruments.
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WorkSuites Opens its 20th Coworking Location With a Focus on Private Offices
by | May 26, 2020
WorkSuites knows it's not an ideal time to open another coworking space—but it's making precautions to ensure the new spot in Allen is equipped for social distancing.
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Managing Madness with a Mentor: Meet Shontaye Hawkins, CEO of Profit is the New Black
by | May 21, 2020
In this week's 1:1 column, The DEC's Bill Chinn talks with the CEO of Profit Is The New Black about how to navigate highs and lows in business—and when to use your passion to create impact.
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DI People: Hillwood, Front Burner Restaurants, Veritex Bank Make Executive Moves

by | May 21, 2020
In this weekly roundup of executive moves in North Texas, you'll also find news from SMU, Renovo Financial, Flagship Facility Services, Zalat Pizza, and more.
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‘Work From Wherever’: Bottle Rocket Founder Deploys Tech, Revamps Processes for a New Future
It's an all-new attitude, CEO Calvin Carter says. A plan to 'work from wherever'—permanently—will foster a better work/life balance for employees and help the company recruit global top talent.
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Cuban-omics: Mark Cuban Roughs Out Plan for Restarting a COVID-Battered Economy
by | May 20, 2020
In a wide-ranging interview, the Dallas billionaire also talks about when the Mavs will again be playing in arenas and whether he will pitch his hat into the ring for the presidential race.
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