Save the Date: Conferences, Events, Galas, and More in Dallas-Fort Worth

Mark your calendars, Dallas Innovators. Check out our curated list of editor's picks for upcoming events in the area, and don't forget to RSVP.

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Whether you’re interested in attending a workshop, conference, or networking happy hour, Dallas Innovates is here to provide you a guide for the who, what, and where of innovation in Dallas.

To make sure you don’t miss the big ones (or forget to RSVP), we recommend saving the date now for these events to come. As always, things may change at any time, so be sure to check the official website or registration page for the latest details.

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TUESDAY, SEP. 10 – THURSDAY, SEP. 12

RESTCON 2019
15201 Dallas Parkway, Addison
Times vary. 

Where do big data and the restaurant industry intersect? Come out to Addison to learn about all the ways to utilize data in the food industry and hear from keynote speaker Martin Lindstrom plus many more. Topics covered will include customer eating habits, case studies, building as brand and bringing a cocktail from tech to table. 

Tickets are $595.
Find more information here.


SATURDAY, SEP. 21 – SUNDAY, MARCH 1

THE KINSEY AFRICAN AMERICAN ART & HISTORY COLLECTION
African American Museum at Fair Park
Times TBD. 

The acclaimed Kinsey Collection, focusing on the intersection of art and history, will be making a stop in Dallas this fall. The works of art included celebrate the historical achievements and contributions of African Americans from 1595 to present day. Featured items include photography, paintings, manuscripts, and more.

Ticket prices are TBD.
Find more information here.


MONDAY, SEP. 23 – THURSDAY, SEP. 26

ISACA TRAINING WEEK
Deloitte Offices
8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.. 

Information Systems Audit and Control Association is hosting one of their many 50th annual Business Technology Professionals events in Dallas. The event is called training week, and IT professionals in the North Texas area are invited to expand their skills with all sorts of technologies and architectures.

Ticket prices vary.
Find more information here.


WEDNESDAY, SEP. 25

SMU DIGITAL SUMMIT 2019
Collins Executive Center on SMU Main Campus
8 a.m. – 3 p.m.. 

Join SMU thought leaders and experts for this year’s digital summit, themed “Digital Interfaces, Interactions & Experiences: Implications for the Workforce, Culture, Business, Economy and Society.” At this event, attendees will take a deep dive into how the constantly evolving world of human-technology interaction—from artificial intelligence to brain-interface technology—will impact all aspects of our lives.

Registration is $149 before July 26, $179 after July 26.
Find more information here.


WEDNESDAY, OCT. 16 – SUNDAY, OCT. 20

WORLD FOOD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Reunion Tower Lawn
Times vary. 

Are you drooling yet? The World Food Championships is headed to Dallas this fall, and they just announced that Texas Petite Pies will be this year’s presenting sponsor. This local bakery team will be providing their fillings and creams for the structure and infusion rounds, set to provide some delicious concoctions.

Ticket prices are TBD.
Keep up with the latest food news here.


SATURDAY, OCT. 19 – SATURDAY, MARCH 22

ORIGINS: FOSSILS FROM THE CRADLE OF HUMANKIND
Perot Museum of Nature and Science
Times vary. 

Curious about the history of humankind? At this limited-run exhibition, the fossils of two recently discovered ancient human relatives (Australopithecus sediba and Homo naledi) will make the trip to the U.S. from South Africa for the first—and likely only—time. Together, these two fossils provide further evidence for the nuanced processes of human evolution. 

Ticket prices are TBD.
Find more information here.


WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13 – FRIDAY, NOV. 15

IDEAS 2019 CONFERENCE
City Club Ballroom in Fort Worth
Times vary. 

Curious about the business of interior design? At IDEAS 2019, which stands for “interior design excellence through accelerated strategies,” interior designers will have the opportunity to learn the business skills necessary to grow in their field. Led by David Shepherd—a university professor and design business expert who’s worked with hundreds of designers—IDEAS 2019 will cover topics in pricing, marketing, technology, and selling. Attendance is limited, so register soon! 

Ticket prices vary.
Register here.


FRIDAY, MARCH 6

DRC’S 23RD ANNUAL WOMEN’S BUSINESS CONFERENCE
Hyatt Regency Dallas
Times vary. 

Join Stacy London from What Not To Wear and cohosts of Pantsuit Politics Beth Silvers and Sarah Stewart Holland at DRC’s annual women’s business conference. This years theme is “100”, marking the centennial of the 19th amendment. Young professionals and executives will come together for this day of programming celebrating the modern professional woman and honoring those who fought for women’s equality!

Ticket prices vary.
Find more information here.

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