Dallas-Based MobileComm Acquired by California Company

by | Aug 29, 2023
MobileComm, a global telecom engineering firm, was founded in 2002. California-based IT services firm UST said the acquisition and the integration of Mobilecomm's more than 1,300 employees will "significantly strengthen" its telecommunications practice and position it to continue its growth in the sector.
North Texas-Based Caregiver Support Platform Cariloop Expands its Services to Canada
by | Apr 24, 2023

Richardson-based Cariloop, a comprehensive caregiver support platform, has expanded its support services to Canada.

“Expanding to the Canadian market is a major milestone for our company and our employer clients,” Chief Growth Officer Julie Devine said in a statement....

Barnston Agtech showed off its swarm farming robotic driverless tractors at the Barnstorm R&D Center in a recent YouTube video. [Video screenshot]
Robotic Agtech Startup Closes $217K Equity Raise for ‘Barnstorming’ Autonomous Tractor Swarms via Fort Worth’s Harvest Returns
by | Dec 28, 2022
Barnstorm Agtech, a Canadian startup developing driverless robotic tractors known as 'Barnstormers,' has closed on a $217,500 equity capital raise through Fort Worth-based Harvest Returns' investment platform.

The company, co-founded by a fourth-generation farmer and a robotics expert, plans to deploy 'swarms' of the tractors as a service to farmers in the U.S. Midwest and Canadian Prairies to address chronic labor scarcity and other "pain points" of traditional tractor systems.

Six Takeaways on What the USMCA Means to Texas and the World

by | Dec 15, 2020
Texas has a special trade relationship with Mexico and Canada, with the two countries employing roughly 1 million Texans and the relationship resulting in $270 billion in trade annually. You can find more takeaways from the United States and these countries' trade representatives below.
USMCA (Formerly NAFTA) Goes Into Effect As Pandemic Disrupts Supply Chains
The new United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA), formerly the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA), launches at a tough time as supply chains are strained in the COVID-19 pandemic. Getting the right goods into the right hands has become a question of resiliency, experts say. The virus has accelerated urgent change in supply chains as they must quickly adapt—within days, in some cases. “What used to be possible with just a pencil, and pen, and paper is now impossible to operate” without technology, analyst Piotr Marczewski says.
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Deep Ellum Among Top 20 ‘Cool Streets’ in North America, New Report Says
by | Oct 8, 2019
Deep Ellum’s ‘gritty, authentic feel’ lures everyone from small retailers to giant tech firms like Uber.
MoneyGram’s New Partnership Leverages Blockchain in International Payments
by | Jun 18, 2019
Ripple will make up to a $50 million investment in MoneyGram as the industry moves toward what might be the future of international money transfers.
970-NuvinAir International Expansion: Plano Startup Patents Car Odor-Elimination Tech, Builds on Marijuana Legalization

International Expansion: Plano Startup Patents Car Odor-Elimination Tech, Builds on Marijuana Legalization

by | Jan 22, 2019
Update | NuVinAir combines science and innovation to create its patented line of odor eradicators. With 5,000 percent growth this year and a newly launched Canadian distributorship, the company says it's on its way to becoming the new industry standard.
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Tyler Technologies Acquires SceneDoc, Bolsters Law Enforcement Solutions
by | Dec 10, 2018
The Plano-based company says the acquisition helps it address the evolving needs of law enforcement agencies, from small municipalities to large counties.
O Canada: Dallas-Based Dickey’s Barbecue Pit is Going Global
by | Oct 31, 2018
The "largest barbecue chain in the world" is about to get even bigger with its first-time international expansions. It's blazing new trails, making capital investments in things like information technology, real estate, and logistics.
RevTech Retail Accelerator Selects Quartet of 2018 Cohort Companies
by | Aug 21, 2018
The companies were selected becaue they exhibit strong entrepreneurial experience and ability to solve retail’s biggest challenges.
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Smart Cities Tech on Mayors’ Canada Trip Agenda

by | Jun 9, 2017
Members of the delegation will get a Montreal Smart Cities tour, in which officials will share their experiences in the smart cities initiative.