Posts Tagged ‘logistics’

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 …