Techweek Dallas Releases Schedule, Techweek 100 Winners

The event series, which is meant to spotlight the tech ecosystem and give its players a chance to network, will be held Oct. 30-Nov. 3 and include sessions throughout the Dallas area.

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Techweek is returning to Dallas at the end of this month with a lineup of speakers and events centered on the technology and startup community. 

The event series, which is meant to spotlight the tech ecosystem and give its players a chance to network, will be held Oct. 30-Nov. 3 and include sessions throughout the Dallas area. 

Speakers this year include Dave Copps, Brainspace CEO; Steve Hebert, Nimbix Inc. co-founder and CEO; Ginger Hughes, Seabury Group Managing Director; and Ken Rees, Elevate CEO. 

Techweek opens Oct. 30 with a discussion about bitcoin at the Blackstone Launchpad at the University of Texas at Dallas in Richardson. Tech in Motion will present a kickoff party that evening at a venue to be named. 

Attendees can stop by the Dallas Accenture Interactive Studio Open House Oct. 31 to indulge in a breakfast and conversation with the Accenture Interactive team. On Nov. 1, the Addison Treehouse will host breakout sessions with speakers diving into topics such as big data/machine learning, cryptocurrency, artificial intelligence, and augmented and virtual realities. That evening there will be a happy hour at Dev Mountain hosted by Launch DFW.

Nov. 2 brings a day full of events at the Moody Performance Hall (formerly Dallas City Performance Hall) starting at 8 a.m. with Women in Tech Breakfast and closing with a reception presented by Southlake-based Sabre.

The conference has also released its TechWeek 100, which is a list of the area’s best startups, established leaders, investors, and talent cultivators. 

“I believe the city is in a prime place to continue to build and absorb tech talent.”

Amanda Signorelli

Dallas Innovates’ own co-founder and Publisher Quincy Preston was named one of the top talent cultivators in Dallas. Others recognized include Foot Cardigan, Vinli, Bottle Rocket as well as Jennifer Sanders of the Dallas Innovation Alliance, Stephen Hays of Deep Space Ventures, Trey Bowles of The Dallas Entrepreneur Center, and Natalie Fletcher of the Dallas Regional Chamber. 

Techweek describes itself as a purpose-build conference and media company. It hosts events in eight U.S. cities including Chicago, Los Angeles, and Kansas City. It launched its first Dallas event last year.

“I believe the city is in a prime place to continue to build and absorb tech talent,” Techweek CEO Amanda Signorelli told Launch DFW‘s Jasmin Brand about Dallas.

You can learn more about the event by watching the “What is TechWeek?” video or by checking out the website. Tickets are available now online. 

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