Posts Tagged ‘Silicon Valley’

Silicon Valley Idea-stage Accelerator Founder Institute Planning Dallas Chapter

Posted by Heather Noel

One of the largest startup launch programs in the world is planting roots in Dallas.

After a successful move into Texas last year with its Austin chapter, Founder Institute plans to expand its presence in the state with chapters in …

Former Dunbar HS Teacher Revamping Employee Training With Experiential Learning

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Cam Sadler has developed new software that could change how people learn technical job skills.

Sadler, a former Dunbar High School teacher, founded Fort Worth-based NewCraft with the philosophy that people learn best by doing. The startup is scheduled to …

Revolution Launches Jobs Board for its Portfolio Companies

Posted by Lance Murray

Washington D.C.-based venture capital firm Revolution announced Wednesday that it has lauched the Revolution Jobs Boards, featuring over 1,000 jobs available at Revolution’s more than 125 portfolio companies.

The jobs are available in 105 cities across the nation, including eight …

Dallas a ‘Tried and True’ Place for Tech Talent, JLL Says

Posted by Lance Murray

Companies across the nation constantly are looking for tech talent, and according to a new report by real estate firm JLL, they can find that talent right here in Dallas-Fort Worth.

JLL has released a report, Cracking the Hardest Code:

Established Austin Entrepreneur Calls Dallas Home After Joining UTD Faculty

Posted by UT Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management

UTDallas_University of Texas at Dallas_ Dallas Innovates is a Gold Founding SponsorOne of the leaders of Austin’s robust tech startup scene has relocated from the Silicon Hills to the Silicon Prairie to join the faculty of UT Dallas as executive director of the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.

Steve Guengerich brings …

DFW Offers Great Ecosystem for Startup Families

Posted by Amber Backes

LIVING OPTIONS, MULTIPLE HUBS MAKE AREA GOOD PICK


“To win big, I need to move to Silicon Valley.” Not so, especially when pairing the startup life with family.

Living outside of the “Valley” has many benefits, including the ability to …

Dallas Is Never Going To Be Silicon Valley. And That’s Okay.

Posted by Scott Harper

Every startup founder at one point has asked him or herself: should I move my startup to Silicon Valley? Would it improve my startup’s chances of success? Will I have better access to capital? Will it be easier to recruit …