Techstars Physical Health Fort Worth Accelerator

North Texas Entrepreneurship Icon Spearheads Techstars ‘Anywhere Remote’ Accelerator; Applications Close Soon

by | May 2, 2024
Techstars’ "most popular" accelerator has a new leader at the top. Trey Bowles took the reins to steer the March initiative and oversee the application/selection process for the September program. The deadline to apply is May 22.
Techstars Physical Health Fort Worth Accelerator Gets Its First Exit With ZAMA Health Sale to Volt Athletics
by | Apr 29, 2024
Recognized for its pioneering mental health and wellbeing solutions tailored for athletes, ZAMA Health has been acquired by Seattle-based Volt, which offers "hyper-personalized" strength training that "dynamically adapts" to individual athletes.
D CEO and Dallas Innovates revealed the winners of the 2024 Innovation Awards at an event on January 24, 2023 held at On the Levee in the Design District.
Meet the Winners:
D CEO, Dallas Innovates Honor Top Innovators at 2024 Awards
At the annual Innovation Awards event, Dallas Innovates and D CEO revealed the winners in 17 categories and recognized all 74 North Texas finalists.
Competitive Edge: 4 Former Athletes Bringing Their A-Games to Startups
by | Sep 28, 2023
A former Yale track captain and three NFL vets—including two Dallas Cowboys—talk frankly about their entrepreneurial journeys from playing field to founder.
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Follow the Money: Actuate Therapeutics Raises $11.2M to Fight Cancer, TPG Real Estate Closes $6.8B-plus Fund, Mark Cuban Backs Storage Scholars, and More

by | Oct 24, 2022
In this week’s North Texas deal flow, you’ll also find news about Sinclair Digital Services’ $5 million fundraising effort; Energy Spectrum Capital helping to launch a new energy firm; Darling Ingredients’ $1.2 billion acquisition; the Dallas Cowboys’ official accounting firm merging with BKM Sowan Horan; and more.
The Last Word: UNT HSC’s Cameron Cushman on the First 10 Startups in the Techstars Physical Health Fort Worth Accelerator
by | Sep 15, 2022
"You're putting more bets on the table that it will lead to some sort of future economic growth that you probably can't predict," Cushman told Dallas Innovates. "Some of these companies, they may pack up move away. We'll never see him again. So you know, good try. Other may open an office here or use Fort Worth as their U.S. jumping-off point for their foreign companies. Others may pack up the entire company and move here."
Gamified Exercise, Medical Devices, and More: 10 Startups Bring Their Ideas to Techstars Physical Health Fort Worth Accelerator
by | Sep 15, 2022
The inaugural Techstars Physical Health Fort Worth Accelerator is kicking off with 10 startups who come from all over the map—from Dallas to cities across the U.S. as well as Canada, Switzerland, and Germany. They'll be taking up residence in Fort Worth for an "intensive" 13-week mentorship program that makes each eligible for $120,000 in seed funding from the UNT Health Science Center and Goff Capital. “We believe that Fort Worth can become the physical health innovation capital of the world, and this is an incredible next step to making that vision a reality,” says Dr. Sylvia Trent-Adams, president of UNT HSC.
Fort Worth Becomes First U.S. City to Mine Bitcoin, Right From City Hall
by | Apr 26, 2022
Fort Worth is positioning itself to be the capital of crypto mining. Bitcoin mining machines donated by the Texas Blockchain Council began running 24/7 today, following a city council vote that authorized the six-month pilot program.

Fort Worth Mayor Mattie Parker plugged in the machines herself live on Twitter this afternoon at 2:35 p.m. “These small but powerful machines mark Fort Worth’s larger commitment to becoming a leading hub for technology and innovation," she said.