Trinity Hunt Partners Acquires Digital Marketing Firm in Washington, D.C.

by | Jun 27, 2023

Dallas-based private equity firm Trinity Hunt Partners has acquired Washington, D.C.-based REQ, a digital marketing and advertising company.

Founded in 2008, REQ serves some of the world’s most recognized and dynamic brands and joins previous acquisitions, Exclusive Concepts and Highnoon, creating a platform for scalable growth that delivers measurable impact for marketers and business leaders aspiring to challenge the status quo, Trinity Hunt said....

Aventiv Technologies Hosts Hackathon in D.C. Focused on Re-entry Solutions for the Formerly Incarcerated
by | Apr 14, 2023
Dallas-based Aventiv was the presenting sponsor for the event held in Washington D.C. yesterday and today. It was focused on bringing together a range of stakeholders—public, private, and nonprofit—to innovate re-entry employment solutions for the one-in-two working-aged adults who will have an arrest or conviction record by 2030, according to Aventiv.
‘Hop-on Jet Service’ JetSuiteX Rebrands to JSX, Gives its Airplanes a New Look
by | Aug 9, 2019
JSX offers publicly available charter flights on 30-seat jets from private terminals in California, Washington, and Nevada, helping passengers save time and money.
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ThriftBooks’ Dallas Used Book Fulfillment Center to Become Its Largest in the Country
by | Jul 16, 2019
By tripling the facility’s size and adding new automation tech, ThriftBooks says it will be able to process 50 million books a year in Dallas.
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Territory Foods Stakes Its Claim in DFW with Network of Chefs

by | Aug 27, 2018
In Dallas, Territory Foods operates a decentralized network of chefs who prepare food in their own kitchens.
Dallas a ‘Tried and True’ Place for Tech Talent, JLL Says
by | Jun 23, 2017
The report looked at employment data on computer programmers and software developers in metro areas across the U.S.
WalletHub: Texas Ranks Among Most Innovative States
by | Mar 24, 2017
The personal finance website, said its analysts compared the 50 states and Washington, D.C. across 18 key innovation-friendly indicators.