Dallas Entrepreneur Center to Get New Leader, New Home in Oak Lawn

One of Dallas' major hubs for startups and entrepreneurs, the Dallas Entrepreneur Center, will soon get a new leader and a new home. Dallas Entrepreneur Center CEO Trey Bowles announced Thursday that he will step down from his role as soon as he finds a successor. He said the nonprofit will move from downtown Dallas to Oak Lawn in early June. Its new location will be in The Centrum building. It will be in the new home of the Capital Factory, an Austin-based startup accelerator and co-working space that's opening a second location in Dallas.  Continue reading...

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