That’s in Dallas: Apply Now to Showcase Your Innovation at Dallas Startup Week

Amazing things are invented, created, and produced right here in North Texas, every day. Dallas Startup Week is ready to show off that "wow" factor.

Hey Dallas: Let’s see you’ve got.

A lot of cool stuff is invented, created, and produced right here in North Texas: Things that knock your socks off and make you ask, “How’d they do that?”

Dallas Startup Week is ready to show it all off.

During Startup Week, the DEC network and Dallas Innovates are teaming up for “That’s in Dallas,” a celebration of amazing things from our region’s most creative minds. “That’s in Dallas” is an innovation showcase for startups, corporations, nonprofits, and educators.

If you have something with “wow” factor—something people can see, touch, or experience—apply by March 20 to showcase your innovative products and connect with more than 10,000 influencers, inventors, investors, and more at Dallas Startup Week.

If selected, you’ll get half a day to demo and display your product in the Startup Showcase. After this 5-day event, That’s in Dallas will become an ongoing series on Dallas Innovates, highlighting the latest in area innovation.

Who’s eligible?

Startups, nonprofits, universities, corporates, artists, and others are encouraged to apply.

How to Apply

Submit your application by Wednesday, March 20 at midnight. You must include images or video of you and your products in action to be a part of all of the excitement of Dallas Startup Week.

Dallas Startup Week is a free, 5-day mega event that will reach thousands of North Texas entrepreneurs and innovators. It features over 150 sessions across 16 tracks; the launch of the Women of Innovation Summit; a new Corporate Startup Innovation Summit; premiere keynotes and speakers; and the return of the Annual State of Entrepreneurship.

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