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TeXchange Dallas

TeXchange is a growing community of technology business leaders and entrepreneurs, venture and private equity investors, technology lenders and key supporting organizations in Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston. The DFW TeXchange chapter is governed by a local Board of Directors who strengthen the chapter through their local relationships and affiliations. Each board member is dedicated to helping technology entrepreneurs in North Texas succeed.

Texas Entrepreneur Networks

Phone: (512) 656-9487
txenetworks.com

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.

Last Tuesday Happy Hour

On Linkedin.com H\DFW High-Tech Group

Dallas Startup Happy Hour Meet-up:

More than two years ago we decided to start hosting a regular startup-focused happy hour for the North Texas area. More 2,500 local entrepreneurs have joined us for some beer and fellowship. The newspaper wrote about the event and lots of new companies have been formed from the relationships created at the event – for example Rylan and I met at the event and started Big in Japan. It has been a very fun couple of years, but I think it is time for a change – time to mix things up – time for Startup Happy Hour 2.0.

MIT Enterprise Forum

The MIT Enterprise Forum, a non-profit, volunteer-run organization, promotes the formation and growth of innovative and technology-oriented businesses in communities worldwide. The MIT Enterprise Forum was founded in 1978 by the MIT Alumni Association, and the local chapter, the MIT Enterprise Forum of Dallas-Fort Worth, was created in 1986.

Dallas Blue

National Association of Seed and Venture Funds

The National Association of Seed & Venture Funds (NASVF) is an international membership organization that advocates for the growth of seed and early-stage innovation capital. NASVF connects the people in the world of venture capital and regional economic development. We collaborate with public and private fund managers and tech transfer professionals, the folks who are committed to building their local economies by investing in entrepreneurs.

Texas Entrepreneur Networks

Phone: (512) 656-9487
txenetworks.com/

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.

Creatives in DFW

Phone: (214) 250-7399
www.creativesindfw.com

Our Metroplex is filled with talented creative professionals. CreativesinDFW.com is THE online directory to help find outsourced talent at your fingertips. Whether your creative needs are large or small, you will find the right creative solution here. Search for agencies, freelancers, photographers, and printers among the many talented creatives in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for your every creative need.

Dallas Business Association

Phone: (972) 774-9000
www.dallasbusiness.org

Established in 1973, the dba is Dallas' prestige business networking association, representing outstanding business organizations. Learn more about our objectives, get to know our highly respected members, and tap into our dynamic business resource.

Social Media Club Dallas

Social Media Club connects media makers from around the world to promote media literacy, industry standards, ethical behaviour and to share the lessons they have learned.

Texas Young Professionals

Texas Young Professionals is a rapidly-growing forum and professional network for young professionals in their 20s to mid-40s from various industries across Texas. There is no membership fee to join Texas Young Professionals.

DFW Cisco Users Group

The Dallas / Fort Worth Cisco Users Group is an independent users group which meets on the first Wednesday of every month for the open exchange of technical information regarding the networking industry and Cisco products for the benefit of Cisco users.

Geek Meet

Center for Information and Technology Management at UTD

Fort Worth Life Sciences Coalition

non-profit, non-member, grassroots organization to promote all aspects of life sciences in North Texas (emphasis on Fort Worth)

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.

Open Camp

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.

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