Archive for the ‘Enterprise’ Category

New Fort Worth Chamber VP’s Focus: Small Business, Entrepreneur Support

Posted by Lance Murray

A veteran in economic development, marketing, and banking has been hired by the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce as senior vice president of small business and entrepreneurial support.

Fort Worth Chamber

Jerrod Howard

In his new role, Jarred Howard will lead one the …

Mavs Gaming to Bring Esports Arena Online in Deep Ellum

Posted by Lance Murray

Mavs Gaming will open an a multipurpose esports arena at the Dallas Mavericks’ former headquarters in Deep Ellum, giving Mark Cuban’s esports enterprise a new home that will be ready in time for season tip-off of NBA 2K in May.

Venture X to Open Coworking Space in Galleria Area

Posted by Lance Murray

Venture X Dallas will hold a grand opening for its new Galleria area professional coworking space on April 5, adding another player to the burgeoning coworking market in North Texas.

The new facility at 5301 Alpha Road, Suite E80, is …

Follow the Money: Hedera Raises $18M, CareView Completes $2M Round

Posted by Lance Murray


Dallas-based cryptocurrency startup Hedera plans to launch a new virtual currency platform called Hedera Hashgraph thanks to an $18 million funding round. 

The Hedera funding round included Digital Currency Group, and the …

Next Frontier: 8 North Texas Companies on the Forefront of Blockchain

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

When most people hear the term blockchain, they immediately think bitcoin.

And, there’s a good reason why the two are used almost interchangeably by much of the public as well as the media. Blockchain technology was invented by the pseudonymous …

On Tap: Power of the Pivot, Boardroom Pitch Contest & Sunken Garden

Posted by Dallas Innovates

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you. As always, events may change at any time, so check the event …

TX-PACE Funds Help Butler Brothers Building’s Energy Efficiency

Posted by Amy Wolff Sorter

In 1911, the 510,000-square-foot Butler Brothers Building in downtown Dallas opened as a warehouse for wholesalers George and Edward Butler.

More than a century year later, Alterra International Holdings in 2012 acquired the decrepit, vacant building at 500 S. Ervay, …

Redevelopment Breathes New Life Into Real Estate That’s Run its Course

Posted by Kerry Curry

This article originally appeared in the Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review.

The retail landscape is changing quickly, and Arlington hasn’t been immune to that. Two former shopping malls, Six Flags Mall and Forum 303 Mall, closed years ago as shoppers

Arlington: Swinging for the Fences

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

This article originally appeared in the Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review.

A home run. A touchdown. You can pick your sports metaphor when it comes to the city of Arlington becoming a dynamic part of the North Texas economy. The

Getting in the Game: Arlington Repurposing Convention Center into Esports Stadium

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Competitive video gaming is coming to Arlington, putting roots down the street from where the Texas Rangers and Dallas Cowboys play.

The city announced plans Wednesday to open a 100,000-square-foot Esports Arlington Stadium. The venue could be hosting digital competitions …