Dallas Startup Week 2017:
Day 5 Roundup
Take a look back at the sessions, events, social media, and stories from the week.
Farrukh Malik (far left), founder of Roomored, shakes hands with an attendee at the Real Estate Tech Startup Fair. [ photo: Sarah Bradbury ]
It’s a wrap!
We’re glad we had a chance to meet many of you this week and share in the excitement of all things ‘Startup Week.’
The United Way of Metropolitan Dallas hosted the OneUp the Pitch event at The Bomb Factory, Thursday night, where five social entrepreneurs competed for the chance to take home the judge’s award of $75,000 and the audience award of $25,000. You can read more about the contest and winners here.
We hope you’ll take some time to check out the links below and re-live some of the sessions, events, mentoring, and networking from DSW2017.
Until next year, cheers!
Dallas Startup Week 2017: Day 1 Roundup
Dallas Startup Week 2017: Day 2 Roundup
Dallas Startup Week 2017: Day 3 Roundup
Dallas Startup Week 2017: Day 4 Roundup
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R E A D N E X T
The hybrid event in August will take place in person at SMU and virtually. The seventh annual Dallas Startup Week powered by Capital One is Dallas-Fort Worth's largest event focused on driving entrepreneurial success, economic impact, and innovation in the region.
The Women of Innovation Summit will take place on Aug. 4 at Southern Methodist University’s McFarlin Auditorium during Dallas Startup Week, powered by Capital One. Women are encouraged to bring their whole work teams and even friends to make the most of a day of growth and development.
You'll find deadlines coming up for a new accelerator program; and many more opportunities.
"It’s just cool that a Texas-based AI and robotics company can help a Texas-based burrito company expand in ways we could only imagine just a few years ago," says Alex Eagle, Chief Executive Officer for Freebirds World Burrito.