HoboLoco’s name is a mashup of “hoverboard” and “locomotion.” The startup combines both of these concepts to create its own unique gaming experience.
UT Dallas Development and Alumni Relations: As a neuroscience student at UT Dallas, Emily Chrastka BS’16 was focused on one thing — earning her degree.
In less than two years, marketing major Varika Pinnam turned her sweet-smelling beauty hack into a fast-selling facial serum.
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.
Mark Candella is on a mission to make esports a mainstream industry and to empower its participants. Known as Garvey in the gaming community, he visited Dallas April 2 to deliver the keynote presentation at the second annual Emerging Technologies — EmTech — Summit.
North Texas startups have the opportunity to take place in an emerging industry, experts say. Here’s what founders need to know about finding funding and the future of esports.
A recent UT Dallas Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship event demonstrated the institute’s commitment to enabling the next generation of new ventures by presenting a topic of burgeoning, yet unconventional, interest — the surging market in growing and selling cannabis.
Students at The University of Texas at Dallas with a desire to be entrepreneurs now have the opportunity to engage mentors, access workspaces and accelerate the launch of their products, thanks to new partnerships with two startup accelerator programs and a technology think tank.
With a free heart and the courage to follow it, he fought the city to permit the first breweries in modern-day Dallas. Now he’s taking the fight to the Supreme Court.
CerSci’s focus is on alleviating human suffering and rescuing society from the ongoing opioid crisis via a pain drug that does not affect the central nervous system.
‘Esports and the New Gaming Economy’: UTD to Present Emerging Technologies Summit at Dallas Startup Week
The gaming industry contributes over $260 billion to the U.S. economy, according to statistics provided by the University of Texas at Dallas. Globally, the esports audience will reach 380 million this year. And, by 2021, esports is projected to have more viewers than every professional league (besides the NFL).
UT Dallas Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Announces 2nd Annual EmTech Summit in Partnership with Dallas Startup Week, April 2
The UT Dallas Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship today announced it will host its 2nd Annual Emerging Technologies (EmTech) Summit on April 2, in downtown Dallas, in partnership with Dallas Startup Week.
UT Dallas Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Capital Factory Partner to Accelerate Student-Led Ventures to Market
The UT Dallas Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship today announced it has launched a partnership with Capital Factory, one of the most active early-stage tech investors in Texas, to accelerate to market the products and services of ventures founded by UT Dallas students.
In a move that distinguishes itself from its U.S. peers, this local university nabbed a relationship with a global blockchain group that brings some heft.
UT Dallas Magazine: Alumnus Hopes His Business Gives Veterans and Post-Conflict Countries a Better Future
UT Dallas Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship Announces New Partnership with the Blockchain Research Institute
The Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at The University of Texas at Dallas has announced a new partnership with the Blockchain Research Institute (BRI), a global independent think tank working to identify the strategic implications and opportunities of blockchain for business, government and society.
This month, the Dallas venture investor and adviser joined Capital Factory as the Vice President of Accelerator and Investment Fund, where he will manage a team across the state in line with the Texas Startup Manifesto
After more than 17 years of “visionary” service, Dr. Joseph C. Picken retired in December from the Naveen Jindal School of Management.
ReMode’s Debut Year Brings Together Over 1,000 Attendees: Celebrates Leaders in Sustainability and Innovation With Inaugural ReMode Fashion Awards
ReMode’s inaugural edition brought together over 1,000 participants, both days, representing all sectors of the fashion industry including thought leaders, top brands, retailers, technology providers, finance partners, and NGOs.