It’s been a big year so far for North Texas, especially when it comes to innovation.
As we wrapped up October, we decided to reflect on the stories behind the people and places that had been grabbing our readers’ attention. From successful startups (freshbenies), to new funding (Kanarys), to industry leaders (Luminator Technology Group), our most popular stories certainly highlighted what’s new and next in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Here’s a roundup of our top 10 most-read stories on dallasinnovates.com for the month of November.
10. Paul Quinn College Students Participate in Interactive ‘Quinnite Build’ to Ease Digital Divide in Neighborhoods
Capital One mentors help college students develop real-world businesses to bring technology to underserved communities.
UT Dallas’ largest startup pitch competition allowed six student teams to present their business ideas. See who took home the prize money.
Luminator Technology Group has a deliberate acquisition strategy that powers its mission of helping transit agencies meet evolving passenger demands. For a company that has nearly a century of experience in transit technologies, Luminator has to embrace emerging trends and implement them in a tangible, beneficial way, its CEO says.
Co-founders Mandy Price and Star Carter join 50 other black women in the United States who have raised more than $1 million in funding.
In a partnership that’s never been done before, Take Command Health and Oscar Health will allow employers to reimburse their employees for health insurance tax-free.
Students from local P-TECH campuses worked with IBM and AT&T experts last week on ideas that use 5G or AI to solve a community problem. The two winning teams got $250,000 worth of support—and get to watch their idea come to life.
Dallas-Fort Worth has been at the forefront of aviation innovation in manufacturing, airports, and airlines. What’s next? Vertical takeoff air taxis buzzing over North Texas.
Talent is the No. 1 thing on the minds of North Texas leaders. Our special edition magazine dives into how companies, culture, and community are making Dallas-Fort Worth a force for the future.
Whether someone wants to call a doctor instead of go to an office, email one with specific questions, or simply save money on healthcare, freshbenies works to provide it all through its membership card program.
Along with Toyota’s new innovation center, the automotive company is also making some personnel moves as part of its commitment to mobility and improvements.
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