Posts Tagged ‘sports’

E-Commerce Software Startup OrderMyGear Receives $35M Investment

Posted by David Kirkpatrick

Dallas-based group e-commerce software startup OrderMyGear announced a $35 million investment from Susquehanna Growth Equity (SGE). As part of the deal, Ben Weinberg and Aaron Flack — both with SGE — will join the OrderMyGear board of directors

The genesis …

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

Florida-based Moss Construction Expands to North Texas

Posted by Lance Murray

Florida-based Moss Construction Management is opening a McKinney office where the company will pursue opportunities in the multifamily, hospitality, office, and mixed-use sectors.

Industry veteran Robert Hodges has joined Moss as a vice president and will lead the company’s North …

Mavericks, Favor App Partner for Ticket, Merchandise Delivery

Posted by Lance Murray

Need a Dallas Mavericks ticket or some team merchandise but don’t have time to run to the American Airlines Center?

Now there’s an app that takes care of that if you’re in the Dallas area.

The Mavericks have announced a

Like a Utility Player, Yellfy Sports App Does it All

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Today’s sports fans have to juggle multiple apps to check scores, post to social media, buy trips for road games, and find where their friends are tailgating.

Ramin Rastin thought, why not take what ESPN, Twitter, MeetUp, StubHub, Snapchat, do

Startup Plans Kickstarter
Campaign for Adult Sports App

Posted by Lance Murray

Players Revolution Sports, a Dallas-based tech startup, announced Wednesday that it will launch a crowdfunding campaign March 12 on Kickstarter to promote a beta release of EPLAY, a new adult sports management app.

According to a release, the app will …

Cuban Backs Sports Tech That Predicts Success, Failure

Posted by Nealie Sanchez

An astrophysicist and his son are working with billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban to shoot sports into the technology future, according to a FiveThirtyEight article.

Matthew and Navarre Ginsberg are the father-son duo that has teamed up with …

Jerry Jones Kicks Off Accelerator at The Star in Frisco

Posted by Heather Noel

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones and the Jones family are teaming up with Blue Star Sports CEO Rob Wechsler to create a new accelerator for early- to mid-stage companies. 

Blue Star Accelerator will be a “first of its kind accelerator …

Texas Leads in Making Youth Sports Safer from Concussions

Posted by Sandra Chapman

CNN recently reported that concussions have been on the rise for American youth, this according to the new Health of America Report released by Blue Cross Blue Shield (BCBS).  The piece notes a 71 percent increase in rough-sports-related concussions for …