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This ‘Blue Collar Analytics Company’ Delivers AI and ML Solutions For ‘People Who Work Hard’

by | Jul 15, 2021
Parasanti Co-founders James Hancock and veteran Joshua Seagroves both had roots in ranching and farming, making the defense and ag solutions innovator a natural fit. Now the company is ready to continue growing, adding employees and customers, gaining traction in defense innovation, and launching new projects with the Air Force and oil and gas companies.
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Success in the Genes: Launching in a Pandemic Didn’t Hurt This Fast-Growth Dallas Biotech Company
by | Feb 26, 2021
In under six months, Taysha Gene Therapies rocketed from the unveiling of its UTSW spinout to a $157 million initial public offering. We talk with Founder and CEO R.A. Session II about the biotech with big plans.
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Dennis Cail Zirtue
Dallas Fintech Startup Takes the Awkwardness Out of Lending to Friends and Family
Dennis Cail launched Zirtue to reimagine lending. Its patent-pending app has been downloaded by hundreds of thousands of users. Ongoing access to Google engineers will help the fintech scale faster.
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Her Goal? ‘Changing the Face of DEI, So That We Can All Work Where We Belong’

Price and her team at Kanarys, a platform that fosters collaboration between companies and employees on diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), had a landmark year in 2020.
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Rey Colon, founder and CEO MyTelemedicine.
Pandemic Pushes MyTelemedicine Into Fast‑Growth Mode
Rey Colón's virtual health tech platform has more than 3 million members nationwide, completing more than 250,000 remote consultations to date. The McKinney-based startup's latest offering? Telehealth for pets.
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Meet the Future 50: Dallas-Fort Worth Innovators and Disruptors You Need to Know in 2021
These standouts—entrepreneurs, leaders, inventors, creatives, and educators—are disrupting industries, solving challenges, and making Dallas-Fort Worth (and beyond) a better place in a year like no other.
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Dallas Proptech Founder: Industrial Assets Are More Than ‘Just a Box’
CEO Kyle Waldrep's fast-growth startup is using technology to streamline commercial real estate deals and give a birds-eye view of portfolios. It gained ground with the development of the first digital asset and lease management tool for the industrial sector.
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