DSW19: Justice as Inspiration, Craig Hall on Democratizing Entrepreneurship, Investors Advise Startups

You'll also find who's saying what, social posts, and photo opps in today's recap of Dallas Startup Week, Day 1.

Entrepreneurs and change-makers have gathered in downtown Dallas this week for the fifth edition of Dallas Startup Week, powered by Capital One. Roughly 10,000 attendees are participating in the free, five-day event put together by The Dallas Entrepreneur Center, along with more than 100 industry leaders and volunteers.

Throughout #DSW19, Dallas Innovates is tracking it all—starting here with Day 1.

Watch for our photo galleries later in the week.


Read all about it

Justice as Inspiration: Innovation Brings Paul Quinn College Back from the Brink

Craig Hall on Democratizing Entrepreneurship, Being a Leader, and the American Dream

What Startups Should Know About Funding—From the Investors Themselves

Industry Professionals Tackle the Lack of Available Cybersecurity Talent

The Dallas Morning News:
Dallas Startup Week to play matchmaker for regions’ large companies and startups


Still Planning Your Week?

The Ultimate Guide to DSW19


Who’s saying what

Stephanie Drenka‏ @stephaniedrenka
“Lead with love. The single best piece of leadership advice I have ever gotten. Leading with love transformed me.” (@michaelsorrell) @DalStartupWeek #mydsw19 #dsw19 #weoverme


@CraigJamalLewis is HILARIOUS lol. “Bringing sexy back” to funding and entrepreneurship. (His words, not me being a creep) #DSW19


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Day 1 videos

The official livestreaming link of Dallas Startup Week


Photo Gallery

Nickson, the Dallas full-service furniture rental company, designed the Innovation Lounge at Basecamp on the 13th floor of Ross Tower throughout Dallas Startup Week. The company intends each space designed for the lounge to be representative of a different area in Dallas, highlighting the city’s most distinctive neighborhoods from Bishop Arts to Uptown and Deep Ellum.

Beyond the lounge, Nickson CEO and founder Cameron Johnson spoke on a panel at the Spaces McKinney office, sharing his thoughts on how companies can add value to the apartment experience.

This lounge area represents Bishop Arts. [Photo: Michael Samples]

This area is inspired by Lower Greenville. [Photo: Michael Samples]

Dallas Startup Week 2019 attendees use the lounge area inspired by Uptown. [Photo: Michael Samples]

 

To celebrate the 5th anniversary of Dallas Startup Week, the Official Launch Party was held at Capital Factory + The DEC Network, and featured Startup Alley, a showcase of local startups. Check out scenes from the event—and see if you can spot yourself in the crowd.

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]

[Photo: Cameron L. Cook/Dallas Startup Week]


#DSW19 Rewind

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