Posts Tagged ‘US India Chamber of Commerce’

Apply Now for the US-India Chamber of Commerce “Spirit of Innovation” Competition

Posted by Blair Welch

The US-India Chamber of Commerce Foundation is in search of North Texas-based students for this year’s “Spirit of Innovation” contest. If you think you fit the bill, you have until Oct. 19 to apply.

The two part competition is seeking …

Pizza Hut Exec During US India Chamber Tech Conference: ‘Security is as Strong as the Weakest Link’

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

The European Union’s new privacy protection law was a hot topic at the 2018 Annual Technology Conference hosted by the US India Chamber of Commerce DFW. 

U.S. companies that do business in the European Union are scrambling to comply with …

Upcoming Deadline: US India Chamber Seeking Nominees for Small Biz Awards

Posted by D'Anzia Robertson

The US India Chamber of Commerce DFW and Governor’s Office are looking to honor four small businesses who exemplify leadership and innovation in the region. 

Categories in the Governor’s Small Business Awards include: Most Innovative Small Business, Emerging Woman-Owned Business …

US India Chamber Calling on College Students With Tech Inventions in ‘Spirit of Innovation’ Contest

Posted by Jewels Clark

The US India Chamber of Commerce Foundation is seeking North Texas undergraduate and graduate students with a technology-based invention for its Spirit of Innovation competition. 

The two-part contest is designed to promote technology innovation and entrepreneurship. Although more emphasis will …

Photo Gallery: US India Chamber of Commerce Tech Conference

Posted by Sarah Bradbury

The US India Chamber of Commerce 2017 Annual Technology Conference was held Friday at the Four Points by Sheraton in Coppell. The conference featured “The Billion Dollar Exit” seminar, as well as other sessions on such topics as SaaS …

How to Make $1 Billion:
Entrepreneurs Give Their Tips

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

David Litman and Lance Crosby know what it takes to turn a scrappy startup into $1 billion.

They talked about the hard work and late nights.The ability to accept failure as it comes and adapt on the fly.

But, to