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A mentor-driven retail accelerator, which offers a 12-week program to advance technology in retail and grocery industries, is settling into its own place in a 13,000-square-foot coworking space at Dallas’ Walnut Glen Tower.
Dallas startup Modern Message plans to leverage its first institutional capital, a $2 million Series A round of funding, to grow its team and apartment engagement platform.
The Women Veterans' Enterprise Center, a pilot for a national model, is opening at 4900 S. Lancaster Rd. in southern Dallas. The center will provide coworking space, a conference center, and a cafe lounge, with the aim of promoting entrepreneurship.
Two years after launching its first flight, Dallas private jet subscription startup Rise will become part of a California company with similar aspirations to expand to more cities and lure high-value business travelers away from commercial airlines.
Health Wildcatters, the Dallas accelerator for health-related startups, has been named one of the top accelerators in the country by the Seed Accelerator Rankings Project for the second year in a row.
Some new businesses are adding energy and momentum in the Vermont Village area of Oak Cliff. Big banners reading “Now Open” are greeting neighbors as they pass along the 1700 block of South Ewing Avenue.
The next big shopping arena in Oak Cliff is the size of a Walmart plus a CVS store. It’s huge, but it’s no big box. Tyler Station, adjacent to DART’s Tyler/Vernon station, is a developer’s mixed-use dream in a 125,000-square-foot former factory.