Opportunity to bring more women and minority-owned startups to the table
North Texas is recognized as a diverse business ecosystem. There are entrepreneurs of all backgrounds contributing to our ecosystem and they find Dallas to be a great home base. If you are a leader of a group, let’s work together. Let’s do more to talk to each other and build better and more wide-ranging support programs.
Growing our local ecosystem of tech and mobile programming talent
We can still do more to bring high-quality technology education. Key players like General Assembly
, an international educational institution teaching people new skills like coding, design, and business skills, which is planning for a 2015 launch. The community is also launching their own new programs: There were 6 introduction to coding programs launched in DFW this year, including EpicU at Valley View Mall and CodeEx hosted at Tech Wildcatters.
Celebrate a free week of education March 2nd at Startup Week
Dallas Startup Week is a free, five-day celebration of our community that builds momentum and opportunity around entrepreneurship. We're led by local Dallas entrepreneurs and hosted in amazing spaces all over town. Learn more at dallasstartupweek.com
Help us find 10,000 entrepreneurs in the metroplex
The DEC ambassador team has set up a site where you can become a visible face of how DFW does entrepreneurship. Whether in Denton, Dallas -- Plano or Southlake, Carrolton or Fort Worth, if you are an entrepreneur, we want to SEE You. Visit the site at thefacesofdallas.com
, learn about it at our Twitter hashtag.