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Bootstrap Dallas

Bootstrap Dallas is helping Dallas based entrepreneurs by providing resources, training, and introductions into the Dallas startup community. We will provide this through open office hours with some of the most influential business people in Dallas as well as classes on Programming, Funding, Social Media, Marketing, and Legal.

CEO Institute

5952 Royal Lane
Suite 170
Dallas, TX 75230

Phone: (214) 890-9925 (

The CEO Institute enables senior business executives to realize their company’s potential, find & implement optimal solutions for their businesses and most importantly to help them lead and manage their business consistent with Biblical principles.

CEO Netweavers

P.O. Box 700393
Dallas, TX 75370

CEO Netweavers is an organization of over 380 CEO’s and sponsored senior service providers. Each member meets a combination of business and Servant Leadership criteria, and is committed to sharing experience, skills and trusted relationships solely to help each other and their communities.

Company Factory

3308 Preston Rd.
Suite #350-179
Plano, TX 75093

At Company Factory, we create fun Social Media, Social Networking and iphone applications/websites. The Company Factory is creating fun and exciting new applications. We focus on fun, so forget the boring stuff, we don’t want it, we like being happy, and our goal is to make apps that put a smile on your face.

Dallas Entreprenuer Network

PO Box 10434
Austin, TX 78766

Phone: (512) 656-9487

The Dallas Entrepreneur Network seeks to foster networking, mentoring, and funding for Dallas startup companies. The entrepreneur community in Dallas is large but dispersed. Often times, a new entrepreneur doesn’t know where to start to gain information about starting a company or growing it to the next level. The Dallas Entrepreneur Network provides information through blogs, events, conferences, and training courses to find out more about how to start and later grow a business.

Dallas Startup Weekend

Any attendees that want to will have 60-90 seconds to present ideas for new startup ventures. We then crowd source the favorites and form teams around those ideas. Teams are between 4-10 people, and consist of about 50% technical people and 50% non-technical. You then spend the entire weekend getting advice from professional mentors, and building a proof of concept, demo, or sometimes even a finished product, to present in front of a panel of judges on Sunday night.

Entrepreneur Organization

500 Montgomery Street
Suite 500
Alexandria, VA 22314

Phone: (703) 519-6700

The Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) - for entrepreneurs only - is a dynamic, global network of more than 7,500 business owners in 38 countries. Founded in 1987 by a group of young entrepreneurs, EO is the catalyst that enables entrepreneurs to learn and grow from each other, leading to greater business success and an enriched personal life.

North Texas Small Business Development Corp
Bill J. Priest Institute of El Centro College

1402 Corinth Street
Dallas, TX 75215

Phone: (214) 860-5831

An SBDC conducts research, counsels and trains business people in managing, financing and operating small businesses, providing comprehensive information services and access to experts in a variety of fields. Each SBDC encourages unique local efforts to meet small business needs in its area. SBDCs develop and maintain partnerships among community organizations and agencies: local, state and federal, to provide a focal point for broad networks of public and private resources at the community level. SBDC partnership programs and activities have contributed significantly to economic growth in each state.


6170 Research Road
Frisco, TX 75034

The North Texas Enterprise Center for Technology (NTEC) is a 501(c)(3) Not-for-Profit corporation that assists entrepreneurs with starting and growing new technology ventures. The Center specializes in medical- and clean technology and provides a broad base of support to entrepreneurs, both internally and through its extensive resource network.

Open Camp

Senior Core of Retired Executives

5646 Milton Street
Suite 303
Dallas, TX 75206

Phone: (214) 987-9491

SCORE Chapter 22 in Dallas provides mentoring services to residents in Dallas and, through eight satellite offices, to residents in surrounding cities in North Texas. More than 60 men and women volunteer their time to help others succeed in business.


4045 Heron Cove Ln
The Colony, TX 75056

Phone: (972) 370-2386

The Alternative Board® (TAB) is an indispensable resource for business owners, presidents, CEOs and partners to find the personal level of success and freedom they seek. Our combination of peer advisory board services and business coaching will help you improve your business so you can better enjoy your life. If you are ready to succeed, explore the local business organization that can help you get there.

TECH Fort Worth

1120 South Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76104

Phone: (817) 339-8968

TECH Fort Worth encourages the development of the technology business community in Fort Worth by helping entrepreneurs commercialize innovative technologies.


1120 South Freeway
Fort Worth, TX 76107

Phone: (817) 339-8968

A Program of TECH Fort Worth. TECH Nest consists of three separate but complementary activities: Monthly working lunches with topics critical to technology entrepreneurs;Quarterly networking events, which provide entrepreneurs with credible networking opportunities;A virtual community, where discussion and collaboration thrive. Membership is exclusive: only technology entrepreneurs and investors may join. Sponsoring companies are allowed to send a limited number of attendees to events, and selling at TECH Nest events or in the online environment is not allowed.

Tech Wildcatters

2700 Fairmount
Dallas, TX 75201

TechWildcatters is a mentorship-driven microseed fund and startup accelerator. Our 12-week accelerator “bootcamp” runs every spring and fall in Dallas. We’re very selective – each year we expect hundreds of companies to apply to the program and 8-10 of them will be invited to Dallas for each class. The companies get up to $25,000 in seed funding, intensive top-notch mentorship, and the opportunity to pitch to angel investors, venture capitalists and corporate development teams at our end of program “Pitch Day”.

Texas Entrepreneur Networks

Phone: (512) 656-9487

The Texas Entrepreneur Networks seeks to foster networking, mentoring, and funding for Austin startup companies. The entrepreneur community in Texas is large but dispersed. Often times, a new entrepreneur doesn’t know where to start to gain information about starting a company or growing it to the next level. The Texas Entrepreneur Networks provides information through blogs, events, conferences, and training courses to find out more about how to start and later grow a business.

Texas Inventors Association

We are sisters and co-inventors of Ghostline ®, the poster board with the “ghosted” grid that eliminates the need to measure and draw lines before beginning a poster project. Ghostline ® sales, which top nearly $15 million per year, can be found in all major discount and drug outlets as well as catalogs that sell directly to schools. We have been truly blessed to have invented Ghostline ®. It is our greatest desire to mentor other first-time inventors so that they can experience the same satisfaction and success we enjoy. This website was created to help us in those efforts.

Vistage Mentoring

11452 El Camino Real
Suite 400
San Diego, CA 92130

Phone: (858) 523-6800

With more than 14,000 members worldwide, Vistage International provides unparalleled access to new business perspectives, innovative strategies and actionable ideas to chief executives and business leaders. Provides mentoring for companies with $5 million or more in revenue

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