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D CEO and Dallas Innovates revealed the winners of the 2024 Innovation Awards at an event on January 24, 2023 held at On the Levee in the Design District.

Meet the Winners:
D CEO, Dallas Innovates Honor Top Innovators at 2024 Awards

At the annual Innovation Awards event, Dallas Innovates and D CEO revealed the winners in 17 categories and recognized all 74 North Texas finalists.
Dallas’ LERMA/ Agency Produced 3 Commercials for This Year’s Super Bowl
It's a big deal for an ad agency to get one commercial into the Super Bowl, where 30-second spots this year are running for $7 million a pop. But during this year's big game, Dallas-based LERMA/ Agency will be cheering on three different spots it produced. According to the Dallas Business Journal, LERMA/ produced a :30 spot for Irving-based Avocados from Mexico, and also said "Action!" for a 30-second and a 60-second spot for "He Gets Us" a Christian ad campaign funded by what Christianity Today calls "a small group of wealthy anonymous families."
Avocados From Mexico Announces PANTONE Color, Home Accessories Line, Multisensory Experience
by | Jan 19, 2023
As you'd expect, the PANTONE color emulates the tones you see when you cut into a perfectly ripe avocado. The company has timed the color release and its home and kitchen accessories launch ahead of this year's Super Bowl. The company's "multisensory" marketing strategy also includes a new Sonic DNA audio identity.
Meet the Finalists: The Innovation Awards 2022, Presented by Dallas Innovates and D CEO
Now in its third year, the program from Dallas Innovates and D CEO honors 78 disruptors and trailblazers driving a new vision for innovation in North Texas.
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Two North Texas Companies Make Fast Company’s Top 50 World’s Most Innovative

by | Mar 10, 2021
Get Shift Done (No. 28) and Avocados From Mexico (No. 33) both earned high ranks on this year's list of the World's Most Innovative Companies, and topped their respective categories of not-for-profit and branding.
Avocados From Mexico’s New Restaurant Comes With an Innovation Incubator
by | Mar 4, 2020
Texas is one of the largest state beneficiaries from the economic activity generated by avocado imports—the small, package-less fruit contributed $3.4 billion to the U.S. GDP in 2017 alone. And through the brand's new "living lab,” it hopes to expand its impressive penetration in the market—and reinvent every established marketing rule along the way.
A Restaurant, the Super Bowl, Blockchain: Catching Up With Avocados From Mexico
by | Feb 25, 2020
After a record-breaking year with more than 2 billion pounds of imported avocados, the Irving-headquartered company shows no signs of stopping. We caught up with President and CEO Alvaro Luque to see how Avocados From Mexico keeps innovating, and what's coming up next.
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DI People: Tango, Clarus, and Learfield IMG College Make Executive Moves
by | Dec 10, 2019
In this weekly roundup of executive and leadership moves by companies and organizations in North Texas, you’ll also find news from Perot Museum of Nature and Science, Partnership With Native Americans, Avocados From Mexico, Venture Metals, Tuesday Morning, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, Parks for Downtown Dallas, and Sandler Law Group.

Avocados From Mexico Opens Innovation Center in Irving

by | Sep 26, 2017
The marketing subsidiary of the Mexican Hass Avocado Importers Association carved out space in its Irving headquarters at Urban Towers for the Culinary Innovation Center.