Robokind – Robots That Lead to Success

Robokind – Robots That Lead to Success

Meet Robokind Robots, one of Dallas’s most impressive young companies. Robokind is a 6-year old company started by co-founders Richard and Fred Margolin.  Currently Robokind has several different lines of robots, including Robots4Autism, RoboSteps, and Robots4Seniors....
Smoot Carter launches Caterly

Smoot Carter launches Caterly

Smoot Carter, a Yale grad, is an entrepreneur who is no stranger to the growing on-demand marketplace. After successfully launching Blownaway, an app that connects Dallas and Fort Worth locals with hair and makeup stylists, Carter looks to tackle the in-office...
PICKUP expands to Houston

PICKUP expands to Houston

The Dallas-based ride-sharing app for stuff, PICKUP, has arrived in Houston. Founded in 2014 by Brenda Stoner, PICKUP has made significant strides to enter the mover marketplace by providing affordable and easily accessible services. “PICKUP is very excited to offer...
RVSpotfinder Launches Bonfire

RVSpotfinder Launches Bonfire

Dallas-based startup RVSpotfinder.com has launched a new online platform called Bonfire, which makes it easier to book a space at an RV park and campsite. Nathan Smith, CEO and Founder of RVSpotfinder.com, realized that RV parks still ran on old technology and newer...
PICKUP is gaining traction in DFW

PICKUP is gaining traction in DFW

Dallas News follows up with Brenda Stoner, CEO of PICKUP. Since its launch in 2014, the ride-sharing app to haul stuff has gained traction in the DFW area. “The reception to the PICKUP service has been overwhelming in two key areas,” Stoner told Dallas News. “First,...
PICKUP: The ride-sharing app for stuff

PICKUP: The ride-sharing app for stuff

PICKUP is a new ride-sharing app for hauling items. Founded by Brenda Stoner, PICKUP employs those who own trucks and connects them with people who need to move items too large for a car or SUV. As long as the delivery is within 10 miles and doesn’t take longer than...
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