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Local Innovators, Fastest-Growing Company Honored at Annual Tech Titan Awards Gala

by | Oct 31, 2022
Some of the top players in the North Texas technology ecosystem were honored Thursday at the annual Tech Titans awards gala. Fujitsu North America CEO Doug Moore was inducted into the Tech Titans Hall of Fame, and Charlie Vogt, CEO of telecommunications firm DZS, won the Corporate CEO Award. The fastest-growing tech company award went to Fort Worth's TimelyMD. "The need to come together as an industry, reconnect with friends, and build new business connections were really what this year’s awards gala was all about," said Tech Titans' Paul Bendel. See the full list of winners here.
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Tech Titans Announces 22 Fastest-Growing North Texas Tech Companies
by | Oct 6, 2022
The companies will be honored October 27 at the Tech Titans Awards Gala. The list honors the fastest-growing tech companies in North Texas based on three-year revenue growth from 2020 to 2022.
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188 North Texas Companies Made the 2022 Inc. 5000 List. Three of Them Cracked the Top 20
by | Aug 16, 2022
Dallas-Fort Worth area companies made up more than half of the $38 billion generated by Texas companies on the list.
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DI People: City of Frisco, SMU, UNT, CBRE, Aero Design Labs, Invited, T.D. Jakes Foundation, and More Leadership Moves
by | Jun 3, 2022
In this week’s roundup of hires, promotions, and accolades in North Texas, you’ll also find news from The DEC, American Airlines, Perimeter Medical, BRIX, NEC Corp. of America, Valor, Vizient, Apty, DHA Housing Solutions for North Texas, Southwest Airlines, Nanoscope Therapeutics, TimelyMD, and Thryv Holdings.
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DI People: Dave & Busters, Fujitsu, Keurig Dr Pepper, Aurora Innovation, DHA, and More Make Leadership Moves

by | Apr 8, 2022
In this week's roundup of hires, promotions, and accolades in North Texas, you'll also find news from Firehouse, Enseo, Cambium Learning, D Magazine, Lear Investment Management, Spacee, Envy Gaming, 5Q, Stream Realty Partners, Nanoscope, Crossplane Capital, Improving, TimelyMD and more.
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Meet the Fastest-Growing Local Companies in the Southwest, According to Inc.
by | Mar 15, 2022
Out of 141 companies in the Southwest who made the list, 39 were from the Dallas-Fort Worth region and 106 were from Texas overall. Two local companies cracked the Southwest Top 10: Fort Worth's TimelyMD (No. 7) and Frisco's Premier Health Solutions (No. 9).
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Higher-Ed Telehealth Startup Grows Leadership Team With 5 Exec Moves
by | Dec 19, 2021
The telehealth startup focused on higher education continues to grow its team as its services are in greater demand than ever.
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DI People: Wingstop, CollateralEdge, Meritize, and More Make Moves
by | Dec 17, 2021
In this week's roundup of hires and promotions in North Texas, you'll also find news from Sabre, Trive Capital, Dresner Partners, NuZee, TimelyMD, Meritize, JAMCO Interests, Unleashed Brands, OncoNano Medicatin, EarthxFilm.
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Fort Worth-Based TimelyMD Raises $60M to Grow Its Telehealth for Higher Education

by | Jan 26, 2021
As on-campus mental health issues continue to surge, TimelyMD is serving ten-times the number of students than it was before the pandemic. The full-service student-first telehealth provider plans to use the new funding to continue enhancing students' care experience, improving health literacy at its 80 partner schools, and improving outcomes through technology.
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This Fort Worth Telehealth for College Students is Growing Nationwide During COVID
by | Dec 10, 2020
TimelyMD is a virtual healthcare provider that partners with colleges and universities—locally, Collin College, Paul Quinn College, and Abilene Christian University—to offer students an on-demand, complete care solution for a variety of needs.
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