Posts Tagged ‘logistics’

Follow the Money: Select Milk Nets $12M, Actuate Therapeutics Raises $4M, Valify Acquires Tech Firm

Posted by Lance Murray

What companies are finding funding or having a big exit?  From startup investments to acquisitions, Dallas Innovates rounds up what’s happening in North Texas money every Thursday. Sign up for our e-newsletter to stay in the loop.

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Oil & Gas Tech Firm Geoforce Moving, Expanding HQ to Plano

Posted by Lance Murray

Geoforce, an oil and gas technology company that operates on the philosophy that the “chaos and pain of field operations could be alleviated with technology,” announced Tuesday that it is moving and expanding its headquarters from Coppell to the 12-story

Dallas’ Callbox Storage Expands Its Logistics Services

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

Callbox Storage is on the move.

The Dallas-based on-demand storage services company recently announced a launch in Phoenix marking its fifth market. It already operates in Dallas, Fort Worth, Austin, and Houston.

While Callbox is growing geographically, it also is …

Redevelopment Breathes New Life Into Real Estate That’s Run its Course

Posted by Kerry Curry

This article originally appeared in the Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review.

The retail landscape is changing quickly, and Arlington hasn’t been immune to that. Two former shopping malls, Six Flags Mall and Forum 303 Mall, closed years ago as shoppers

Arlington: Swinging for the Fences

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

This article originally appeared in the Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review.

A home run. A touchdown. You can pick your sports metaphor when it comes to the city of Arlington becoming a dynamic part of the North Texas economy. The

Dallas’ Transplace Joins Blockchain in Transport Alliance, Gains Board Seat

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

Transplace, a Dallas-based transportation management services and logistics company with offices across North America, announced it has joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA).

Its chief technology officer, Mike Dieter, will sit on the group’s Standards Council Board of Directors.…

Funding Roundup: Rosewood, Caruth Capital Make Investments & Equity Raise Focused on Preserving Wetlands

Posted by Amy Wolff Sorter

ROSEWOOD PRIVATE INVESTMENTS’ INW STRIKES AGAIN WITH ANOTHER INVESTMENT

Dallas-based Rosewood Private Investments, through its holding company Nutrition & Wellness Holdings, has thrown in its lot with ProTec Laboratory, buying a majority stake in the Quitman, Texas contract manufacturer.

ProTech …

Selery Fulfillment Gets $1M From Deep Space Ventures, Angels, Mark Cuban

Posted by Heather Noel

A Dallas area startup is reaping the benefits of its local community, with Mark Cuban, Deep Space Ventures, and angel investors pouring $1 million of capital into the company. 

It’s the largest funding round yet for Farmers Branch-based Selery Fulfillment, …

3 Students Earn $15K Scholarships for Entrepreneurial Endeavors

Posted by Jimmie Markham

Being born into an entrepreneurially minded family is not a prerequisite for startup success, but it’s given an inside perspective to Naveen Jindal School of Management graduate students Kiran Devaprasad, Brian Harris and Kamiar Kordi.

All three come from families …

Fleet Management Can Drive Efficiency, Productivity

Posted by Verizon

Most major retailers — including Dallas-based Neiman Marcus, Coppell-based The Container Store and Plano-based J.C. Penney Co. — deliver online orders to customers every day.

But how do all of these purchases, whether overnight or three-day delivery, manage to get …

Oh, Canada: Minister Promotes Trade in DFW

Posted by Lance Murray

TEXAS A LEADING TRADE PARTNER WITH CANADA, AND OFFICIALS HOPE TO GROW THAT RELATIONSHIP


An innovative Canadian trucking company has opened a high-tech logistics center in Dallas’ West End district, and a top Canadian trade official was in town this …

Six Ways the Internet of Things Could Impact DFW in 2016

Posted by Michael Vidikan

A decade ago, the term “Internet of things” (IoT) emerged to describe a world in which everyday objects, from vehicles and household appliances to buildings and even lower-cost items like groceries would contain embedded chips or sensors to create a …