We may be a little biased here at The Dallas Entrepreneur Center, but we feel like the luckiest organization in the DFW area (maybe even the world) for having over 2 months of concentrated time with our 2017 Ambassadors.
Most entrepreneurs either have never paid to market their website because they’re scared of failure and the consequence of wasting money, or they pay for traffic but fail miserably at converting the campaign into sales
The DEC was created to help entrepreneurs start, build, and grow businesses. We have helped companies in a myriad of different ways by providing the key tools and resources necessary to help their business grow.
You have heard it said that everything is bigger and better in Texas! Well, I for one would agree with that. The only thing that could make Texas even better would be if organizations within Texas started to collaborate
You often hear people talk about the importance of a business plan or the process of learning how to write a business plan. Well, I would argue (and I am not alone) that the days of the 50-page business
I’ve had the opportunity to work with entrepreneurs of all types throughout my career. Some are pure visionaries, while others are executors. Only a select few are both.
Members at The DEC will immediately gain access to Capital Factory’s mentor network of successful entrepreneurs and investors and receive invitations to participate in hackathons and investment challenges.Members at The DEC will immediately gain access to Capital Factory’s mentor network of successful entrepreneurs and investors and receive invitations to participate in hackathons and investment challenges.
Ever wonder why so many companies fail despite having a great idea, supportive market, and a lot of funding? The answer is surprisingly simple and often repeated over and over again.
You’ve always heard that SEO is the, “best, free way to show your business to potential customers.” But for startups, this likely would take months or years before any of that hard work pays off.
I had the distinct pleasure of judging the Youth Entrepreneur Contest at MegaFest this past weekend. In typical fashion, I was prepared for the standard process of entrepreneurs pitching their ideas