Posted on: August 11, 2017

Detail Provisions buys stake in Foot Cardigan of 'Shark Tank' fame

Foot Cardigan, the Dallas-based online subscription company that sends zany socks to 30,000 regular customers monthly all over the world, is ready for its next act. The company has sold a majority stake to Detail Provisions Co.

Dallas Morning News, August 7, 2017 Small Business - Home
Posted on: August 11, 2017

Capital Factory Brings its Austin Accelerator to the Dallas Entrepreneur Center

Capital Factory is joining forces with the Dallas Entrepreneur Center to take the first step in building a Texas ecosystem for startups and investors. The accelerator will connect Austin & Dallas startups with mentors, investors, work space, & training.

D Magazine, August 8, 2017 Small Business - Home
Posted on: August 9, 2017

Dallas New Tech is moving to the Dallas Arts District

Next month Dallas New Tech, the monthly showcase for the city's coolest and newest technology, is moving to the Dallas Arts District. Its new home will be Industrious, the latest coworking space to open in Dallas.

Launch DFW - August 3, 2017 Small Business - Home
Posted on: August 4, 2017

This Dallas startup wants to upend sports media

With the latest upgrades to its mobile app, Fan Media Network, a Dallas startup, has almost all the product capabilities it needs to start raising advertising funds and recruiting talent. The development process has been almost three years in the making.

Dallas Business Journal, August 2, 2017 Small Business - Home
Posted on: July 31, 2017

This Dallas Leather Company Got Their Kickstarter Funded Within Hours

On the same day that Matt and Jacqueline Marciante were planning to launch a Kickstarter campaign for their leather footwear company, they had also planned a party to help get the word out. 30 minutes beforehand, they hit their $10,000 funding goal.

D Magazine, July 26, 2017 Small Business - Home
Posted on: July 17, 2017

Red Pegasus Owners Tell Us What Has Made Their Weird Comic Book Store Work

Two years after a sign about their wedding plans went viral, Gabriel Mendez and Kenneth Denson continue to have a special connection with shoppers at their Red Pegasus Comics shop in a converted house in the Bishop Arts District of Oak Cliff.

Dallas Observer, July 12, 2017 Small Business - Home
Posted on: July 17, 2017

Dallas start-up wants to disrupt real estate market

A start-up based in Uptown said it intends to disrupt the residential real estate market by reducing the six percent commissions that realtors charge. Door Homes charges $5,000 to buy or sell a house regardless of its price.

WFAA.com, July 13, 2017 Small Business - Home
Posted on: July 17, 2017

Dallas Startup Recognized for ‘Breakthrough’ Medical Tech

TissueGen Inc., recently received the “Medical Device Engineering Breakthrough” award from MedTech Breakthrough for its patented biodegradable polymer-based fiber that has the potential to provide new patient-care opportunities.

Dallas Innovates, July 14, 2017 Small Business - Home
Posted on: July 17, 2017

Cutting Down Clutter: Local Startups Offer Solutions to Clothing Storage

Two Dallas startups want to cut closet clutter: one offers clothing storage and the other flexible hangers. Clouset stores clothes when they are out of season or no longer needed. Hangio is the perfect hanger that can hold any type of clothing.

Dallas Innovates, July 12, 2017 Small Business - Home