The second day of Dallas Startup Week featured several packed audiences at locations across downtown Dallas.
It also offered attendees plenty of opportunities to learn, network and gain more information about entrepreneurship.
Sarosh Lateef, a volunteer at the Chase for Business Basecamp at St. Paul Place, said she was looking forward to attending the panel, “Entrepreneurial Mindsets: A Conversation with Four Generations,” on Wednesday.
“I am looking forward to hearing about the current status of entrepreneurship locally.”
“I am looking forward to hearing about the current status of entrepreneurship locally,” she said.
Namita Mathur, another volunteer at Basecamp, said the mentor sessions were of interest to her because it enabled her to work one-on-one with an expert to better her venture plan.
Brianne C. Martin, founder of BCM Engineering & Consulting, “jumped into entrepreneurship three weeks ago.”
She said that Dallas Startup Week is an opportunity to network with small businesses, as well as different people and different spaces.
“I am an engineer, so everything about process and procedures is super important to me,” she said.
Martin has been involved with a number of organizations related to diversity in engineering, including the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers.
“I am looking forward to hearing from the corporations about what they do, and in turn, being able to sell that within my company as a consulting firm, but to the smaller medium-sized businesses,” Martin said.
#DSW2017 Social Media
Another successful #Dallas #Startup Week #LaunchParty in the books! @DallasInnovates #mydtd #DSW17 @theDECtx #ChaseBasecamp pic.twitter.com/57Lc1Z6s0t
— Bri Crow (@BriCrow_) April 4, 2017
On Monday evening, hundreds gathered to celebrate Dallas Startup Week at the Tower Club overlooking downtown Dallas.
"Prove that you have something that works first, then raise money & scale" -Patrick Lee, Co-founder of @Rottentomatoes #DSW17 #ChaseBasecamp pic.twitter.com/r6qvVov6W9
— Chase for Business (@ChaseforBiz) April 4, 2017
Rotten Tomatoes was successful cuz all the founders stuck to what they know best, tech, biz Dev, and so on @DFWStartupWeek #DSW17
— Nicholas Sakelaris (@ReporterNick1) April 4, 2017
Rotten Tomatoes is a website that offers reviews and ratings of movies and television shows.
Full House at first health track #DSW17 #DSWHEALTH @HWildCatters"Alternative Health Delivery Models"moderated by @OliviaQNguyen @DCEOHealth pic.twitter.com/KFgxdQs4R5
— Hubert Zajicek (@HubertZajicek) April 3, 2017
Hubert Zajicek is CEO and co-founder of Health Wildcatters, a healthcare seed fund and accelerator in Dallas.
Awesome networking at #DSW17 @TeamDec @PlanEmpowerGrow @theDECtx pic.twitter.com/C0B4cNsLYL
— Plan Empower Grow (@PlanEmpowerGrow) April 4, 2017
Dallas Entrepreneur Center co-founder Trey Bowles has been making the rounds at Dallas Startup Week.
The influencer marketing session drew a good audience Tuesday.
We're thrilled that our CEO TJ Person was able to speak at Dallas Startup Week's panel on the millennial traveler! #DSW17 #TravelTuesday pic.twitter.com/OGfv3bcsfk
— OpenKey (@OpenKeyApp) April 4, 2017
The travel event took place high above downtown Dallas at Reunion Tower.
Standing room only for the first Gaming track event! #TIYDallas #gamedev #IndieGameDev #DSW17 pic.twitter.com/mOKukrGHlL
— Caitlin Studley (@theironstudley) April 4, 2017
@DFWStartupWeek @IronYard looking forward to hearing @Moakesy @jtown_ @ericbrodie @Mydeslexicworld discuss game development. #DSW17 #Gaming pic.twitter.com/RzNxGvyxar
— Joe Clemko (@EsquireMBA13) April 4, 2017
Dallas-Fort Worth is a major center for game development in the United States.
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