Posts Tagged ‘Farmers Branch’

Farmers Branch-based Ultravision Investing $4M in Expansion, Tripling Workforce

Posted by Heather Noel

A Farmers Branch LED screen innovator is spending $4 million to expand its manufacturing facility in North Texas. It’s also planning to triple its workforce. 

Ultravision International, a modular LED displays and lighting manufacturer with more than 39 patents, will …

Entrepreneurs Hear How to Succeed at Dallas Consumer Product Innovations Day

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

North Texas entrepreneurs have found success in the consumer packaged goods sector developing everything from premixed cocktail drinks to smart light bulb solutions.

Entering this hyper-competitive industry can be like navigating a minefield with so many unknowns like when should …

Voltea Unveils Innovative New Water Treatment System for Homes

Posted by Lance Murray

Voltea, a global provider of electro-desalination water treatment technology with North Texas ties, announced this week that its launching its first residential-focused water purification unit.

The Netherlands-based company, whose U.S. headquarters is in Farmers Branch, introduced the unit called DiEntry …

Honor Courage Commitment, Linux Academy Partner for Veteran IT Training

Posted by Katie Kelton

In 1998, Cliff Sosamon left the Marine Corps to start his new life as a civilian — but something felt wrong.

“When we get out of the military, it’s like we hang up our identity,” Sosamon said.

“When we get

New VC Firm JF2 Makes Selery Fulfillment Its First Investment

Posted by Lance Murray

JF2 Capital Partners, a new Dallas-based family office venture capital firm, announced that it has made its first deal, placing a substantial investment in Farmers Branch-based startup Selery Fulfillment.

The investment by JF2 comes on the heels of Selery receiving…

Ultravision’s Modular LED Displays are Changing Outdoor Advertising

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

From New York City to Paris, Ultravision International’s LED displays are changing the outdoor advertising game with proprietary technology that’s lighter, cheaper to install, and uses less electricity than traditional screens.

The Farmers Branch-based company just finished installing a 10-foot …