Archive for the ‘Enterprise’ Category

Innovative Spaces: Deep Ellum’s “Touchless Tower” Offers Next-Level Wellness and Safety

Posted by Gloria Salinas, Managing Director, Economic Development, DRC

International developer Hines continues to expand its innovative offerings with The Stack Deep Ellum, the first Dallas-area office development with touchless access from parking garage to office space. The project is the latest in a series of additions to its

Dallas Invents: 138 Patents Granted for Week of Nov. 10

Posted by Quincy Preston

Dallas Fort Worth: U.S. Patents Granted in the Dallas Fort Worth region.Dallas Invents is a weekly look at U.S. patents granted with a connection to the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area. Listings include patents granted to local assignees and/or those with a North Texas inventor. Patent activity can be an indicator of

Now Open: The Bosai-Tech Open Innovation Challenge Is Looking For Startups in Emerging Tech

Posted by Alex Edwards

Four leading Japanese firms—Tokio Marine, Dai-ichi Life, NTT DoCoMo, and Mitsui Knowledge Industry—are looking to form business alliances that can drive emerging technology.

Through the Bosai-Tech Open Innovation Challenge, the firms are hoping to be introduced to foreign enterprises in …

Jacobs Strengthens its Mission-Critical Cyber Solutions With a New Acquisition

Posted by Alex Edwards

Dallas-headquartered technical professional services firm Jacobs has made an acquisition that it hopes will strengthen its portfolio of mission-focused government solutions in the cyber domain and Intelligence Community.

The Buffalo Group, a Virginia-based provider of advanced cyber and intelligence solutions, …

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

Posted by Quincy Preston

News travels fast, and we’re here to help you keep up.

Every weekday, Dallas Innovates brings you up to date on what you may have missed in the region’s top innovation, technology, and impact news. From startup to enterprise, education

North Texas Companies Offer Five Keys to Keeping Employees Engaged While Working From Home

Posted by Patricia Blasquez, Director, Regional Marketing

As the global pandemic stretches on, many companies are expecting remote work to continue.

At a recent meeting of the Dallas Regional Chamber’s Talent Attraction Council, members shared that less than 25% of their employees have returned to working in …

DI People: Catalyze Dallas, Mavenir, and Munck Wilson Mandala Make Moves

Posted by Alex Edwards

Across North Texas, companies are promoting and hiring people to take on leadership positions within their organizations.

Dallas Innovates covers prominent personnel moves in Dallas-Fort Worth businesses and nonprofits—from the newest startups to well-established companies. Here are the people moves …

Community Toolbox: Resources for Small Business, Nonprofits, and Entrepreneurs in North Texas

Posted by Quincy Preston

Here’s Dallas Innovates’ weekly roundup of resources of COVID-19 assistance and other grants, funding, and opportunities for Dallas-Fort Worth businesses and organizations.

In addition, organizations such as the Dallas Regional Chamber, UNT Health Science Center, the UTD Institute for Innovation

Calendar: Not-to-Miss Virtual Events for Innovators in Dallas-Fort Worth

Posted by Lauren Hawkins

North Texas has plenty to see, hear, and watch. 

But in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, things to do are a little different. We’ve rounded up a few events and activities for innovators so you can stay involved from

EVERY LAST WORD: ‘I think most startups fail due to bad management, not due to bad technology.’

Posted by Quincy Preston

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.

Dallas Innovates publishes “The Last Word” each day in the Dallas Innovates Every …

COVID Breakthrough: Dallas Startup, Texas A&M Announce 1‑Breath Screening Device With Almost Instant Results

Posted by Quincy Preston

A new device may revolutionize COVID-19 screening with breathtaking speed—providing nearly instant results after you blow through a straw.

The sophisticated breathalyzer, called Worlds Protect, is being developed and tested by Dallas-based Worlds Inc., the U.S. Air Force, and The …

Goldman Sachs CEO, NYSE President Discuss Economy and Business in the Year Ahead

Posted by Gloria Salinas, Managing Director, Economic Development, DRC

This year’s unstable sway of the markets due to the global pandemic is not expected to stabilize soon.

David M. Solomon, Goldman Sachs Group Chairman and CEO, and Stacey Cunningham, 67th President of the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) …

Testing Ground: 7-Eleven Opens Dallas’ Second ‘Lab’ Store in Lake Highlands

Posted by Alex Edwards

Irving-headquartered 7-Eleven wants Lake Highlands to “wake up and smell the bean-to-cup coffee.”

The international convenience store has officially opened its newest 7-Eleven Evolution Store, an experiential testing ground for patrons to try new concepts, in the northeast Dallas neighborhood. …

State of the Workforce Highlights COVID-19 Disruptions and Unveils Talent Development Plan

Posted by Michael Wood

Employers across the country recognize that a reliable and robust workforce pipeline is fundamental to sustainable business. While investing in talent development was a priority for employers prior the pandemic, COVID-19 has only exacerbated existing workforce deficiencies, complicating the road

Dallas’ Lantern Pharma Hits Major Milestone on its AI Platform to Advance its Oncology Drug Research and Development

Posted by Alex Edwards

On the heels of finalizing its IPO in the middle of COVID, Lantern Pharma, a clinical stage oncology biopharmaceutical firm headquartered in Dallas, has reached another major milestone: It has surpassed one billion data points on its proprietary artificial

AT&T is Ramping Up the Interactive Fan Experience at the Dallas Cowboys’ 5G-Enabled Stadium

Posted by Alex Edwards

Dallas-headquartered AT&T, the official 5G innovation and fiber partner for the Dallas Cowboys, has teamed up with the football team to develop new interactive experiences at Arlington’s AT&T Stadium—for fans in person and at home.

Last year, AT&T turned AT&T …

Dallas Invents: 139 Patents Granted for Week of Nov. 3

Posted by Quincy Preston

Dallas Fort Worth: U.S. Patents Granted in the Dallas Fort Worth region.Dallas Invents is a weekly look at U.S. patents granted with a connection to the Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington metro area. Listings include patents granted to local assignees and/or those with a North Texas inventor. Patent activity can be an indicator of

The Perfect (Out)Fit: Dallas Fashion Tech Startup Rent My Wardrobe Exits to Peer-to-Peer Rental Platform Wardrobe

Posted by Alex Edwards

Dallas-based tech fashion startup Rent My Wardrobe (RMW), an app for ‘borrowing’ and wearing stylish clothes from local closets, has exited to New York-based Wardrobe, one of the fastest-growing peer-to-peer rental platforms in the industry.

Though the two boast similar …

Startups Are the Key to Fort Worth’s Economic Recovery, New HSC Report Shows

Posted by Alex Edwards

Over the years, a number of fast-growing startups—Neuro Rehab VR, Linear Labs,, Eyevance Pharmaceuticals—have decided to make Fort Worth their home base. These startups have had a substantial impact on job count in Tarrant County, creating 155,307 new

STUDY: If You’re Obese, Being Young May Not Protect You From COVID-19, UTSW Researchers Find

Posted by Quincy Preston

Millions believe they’re safe from COVID-19 because of a magic elixir: youth. While it’s true that people under 50 are less likely to be hospitalized or die from coronavirus, a new UT Southwestern study has found a wrinkle in that