Posts Tagged ‘The Grove’

Life After The Grove: Justin Nygren Helps Start Youth Entrepreneurship Program

Posted by Heather Noel

The Grove, Dallas may be no more, but its co-founder Justin Nygren is far from done in coworking and the world of social impact.

When Nygren started the former West End coworking space in 2013, it was one of a …

Coworking Spaces: Writer’s Trek Reveals the Attraction

Posted by Lance Murray

North Texas is filled with freelance, contract, startup, and self-employed workers looking for a place to call their work home, other than their actual home.

Writer S. Holland Murphy of D Magazine, a former at-home freelancer herself, decided to

The Grove Launches Youth Entrepreneur Workshops

Posted by Julia Batlle

Young entrepreneurs had the chance to make their business idea a reality during The Capacitor, a youth entrepreneur program which took place March 24-26 at The Grove in Dallas. 

The three-day workshop welcomed young entrepreneurs, ages 10-18, to attend …

On Tap: Women’s Entrepreneurship Summit, Collidathon, & TechFest

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

Editor’s Picks of events for Jan. 26 – Feb. 2.

THURSDAY, JAN. 26

D CEO TECHNOLOGY EVENT — 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Reel FX, 301 N. Crowdus St., in Dallas. Mix and mingle with D CEO editors, Dallas’ top …

Unreasonable Labs Names 10 Enterprises for Validation Program

Posted by Lance Murray

Unreasonable Labs North Texas has announced the cohort on 10 social enterprises that will go through its first-ever business model validation program that will run Sept. 12-16 at The Grove in Dallas.

The enterprises — Activate World, Narify, CoBrilliant Communications, …

Bonton Farms Director Cultivates a Community

Posted by Heather Noel

Daron Babcock admits before founding Bonton Farms, he’d never really grown anything.

The South Dallas urban farm director told guests Thursday night at The Grove coworking space that he didn’t intend to become a farmer either.

“It was never …

Editor’s Picks: Calendar for Aug. 4-11

Posted by Jana J. Pruet

Summer may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean there are fewer things to do. From Think Like an Innovator at The Grove to a weekend of gaming fun at QuakeCon to the Open Coffee Club at West Oak Coffee …

Cheri Garcia: 3 Lessons I Learned from Mark Cuban about Growing Your Brand

Posted by Cheri Garcia

There’s a difference in promoting your business and promoting your brand.

I used to work in the newsroom and reviewed hundreds of emails a day from people trying to get their business on TV. As an assignment editor, I was …

Unreasonable Labs Targets Social Impact Startups

Posted by Lance Murray

THE STARTUPS WILL BE ABLE TO TEST THEIR BUSINESS MODELS AT UNREASONABLE LABS


Ten idea-stage, social impact startups will receive mentoring from local entrepreneurs and business leaders at Unreasonable Labs North Texas, a five-day intensive training accelerator being launched at …

Launching a Startup Takes a Village

Posted by Lauren Hasson

Launching a startup in Dallas has never been easier than it is now. I should know—nine years ago, I founded my first company here in Dallas, and it was anything but easy. There were very few resources for startups, and …