Brandon Friedman moved to Dallas last year with his wife, young son and a new mission: He is founder and CEO of Rakkasan Tea Company, which he runs from two small, stripped-down rooms at the back of an old brick building in Deep Ellum.
From using AI and imaging processing to evaluate fruits and veggies to helping commercial real estate owners manage their solar assets, learn more about the energy technology startups that will be featured at EarthX through Sunday.
Emerging Technologies Summit is a two-day fintech, blockchain, and AI conference at UT Dallas featuring innovators from startups to large companies with digital thought leader Don Tapscott as keynote speaker.
A company founded and run by Jindal School alumnus Dr. Peter Baek has won the $33,000 grand prize in the Penfolds Max’s “Maximum Funding” startup competition.
Entrepreneur and Naveen Jindal School of Management alumnus Oscar Yactayo knows the life of an entrepreneur includes long hours, evolving business plans and surrounding yourself with talent.
OnPoynt was established in 2012, following the passage of the FAA Modernization and Reform Act. In this episode of the Drone Radio Show, Ron talks about OnPoynt Aerial Solutions, the rise of drone technology in STEM Education Programs and the challenge of serving the education market
Less than a year after opening his Dallas cidery, Joel Malone BS’08, MS’11, MBA’11 saw an opportunity for expansion.
UT Dallas student James Griffin is applying the skills he’s learned at Blackstone LaunchPad for his startup RamifAI, a degree-planning software startup that uses artificial intelligence.
ShearShare, which lets freelance stylists rent out unused salon space, sees an opportunity to help the beauty and grooming industry adapt to the gig economy.
ShearShare founders Courtney and Tye Caldwell won $100,000 in the Dallas Diversity & Inclusion Investment Challenge Tuesday evening, clearing the way for the McKinney startup to grow its team.
In the first episode of 2018, Dr. Britt Berrett interviews Peter Baek, MD, CEO and founder of Vigilant Labels, a business that expedites required syringe labeling — to the patient’s advantage. Baek discusses the problem he faced as a practicing anesthesiologist and how he arrived at his innovative solution.
Like most college students, Abinav Kalidindi quickly caught on to one of the underrated perks of the experience: free food.
It was always his dream class — a class he wishes he could have taken in college. A few years ago, Blackstone LaunchPad director Bryan Chambers set out to design a program at The University of Texas at Dallas that would teach the business of venture capital and entrepreneurial concepts and empower students to invest in technology startups.