From providing aid as a public servant to building a Mexican restaurant that has become a local institution to bringing healthcare clinics to Hispanic communities, Dallas-Fort Worth Latinos are making an impact on the region in a big way.
Tech Titans, the largest technology trade association in Texas, has announced its 2018 finalists for the Tech Titans Awards. The Dallas Business Journal is profiling the finalists ahead of the Tech Titans Awards Gala.
Tech Titans, the largest technology trade association in Texas, has announced its 2018 finalists for the Tech Titans Awards. Representing a quarter million employees through its 300 member companies, Tech Titans includes a diverse group of technology leaders from start-ups to Fortune 500 companies who collaborate to help innovation thrive in the region.
D CEO is proud to announce the Latino Business Awards finalists for 2018. A partnership between D CEO magazine and the Asociación de Empresarios Mexicanos, the program honors outstanding Latino leaders, companies, and organizations in North Texas.
If you are in business long enough, there is pretty much a guarantee you will go through a season of change, if not many. Even the most successful companies have gone through change – from American Airlines to Zappos.
The Dallas Business Journal, on Tuesday at the 2018 Minority Business Leaders Awards luncheon held at the Westin Galleria, recognized minorities who are instrumental in their organization’s success or who are leaders in promoting diversity.
Since 2005, Top Choice Awards has conducted an annual public survey to identify the top businesses in 30 business markets around the world. With over 3000 nominees in the running for the top spot in their category, the survey broke all records of popularity and intensity, with more shares, more comments and more votes than ever before, the survey has ended with smashing results!
We live in an increasingly transparent world, with access to people like we’ve never had before. Don’t believe me? Go ahead and login to Twitter and send a tweet to Sir Richard Branson, Cristiano Ronaldo or Lady Gaga herself.
The Dallas Business Journal on Thursday announced its 2018 Minority Business Leader honorees. All 30 honorees were chosen because of their impressive career track record and their impact on the community.
Understanding these two topics — the micro-moment and the micro-yes — is especially important to the inbound marketer. Content and social media tend to be consumed in micro-moments, and to get customers to engage with your social and content (and ultimately take a larger conversion action, like a purchase) requires a micro-yes to get a micro-conversion.
The Community Champion Award is awarded to the Administrative Professional who best demonstrates a commitment to serving others in their community and works internally to inspire employee volunteerism, community service and good corporate citizenship on behalf of their organization.
Once again, the Caruth Institute for Entrepreneurship at Southern Methodist University’s Cox School of Business is recognizing the 100 fastest-growing private companies in North Texas in the 27th year of the Dallas 100.
Time and time again, Norma Nelson took stock of the computers and chairs in the Computer Lab at Readers 2 Leaders reading instruction school and knew some changes desperately needed to be made. The computers were outdated, the software was slow and the chairs were falling apart. And those three components at the West Dallas school made the lab less conducive to learning. So Nelson applied for a grant from the Mavs Foundation – the foundation arm of the Dallas Mavericks. And the next thing she knew, the Mavs equipped Readers 2 Leaders with a new Reading & Learning Center, a separate Computer Lab, 15 brand new computers, chairs and computer desks.