Dallas Entrepreneur: Hubs Can Connect Startups With Experts, Experience

Dallas Entrepreneur: Hubs Can Connect Startups With Experts, Experience
Trey Bowles, founder and CEO of the Dallas Entrepreneur Center and co-founder of the Dallas Innovation Center, speaks Friday at the Mayor's Summit on Entrepreneurship in Little Rock.

More than 100 people, including more than 20 mayors from across the state, attended Little Rock Mayor Mark Stodola's first Mayor's Summit on Entrepreneurship on Friday.
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250 Attend HubX-Life Sciences Demo Day at Innovation Hub

The demo day hosted by the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub in North Little Rock for teams that completed its first 13-week HubX-Life Sciences accelerator program attracted more than 250 people, including U.S. Rep. French Hill, R-Ark.
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Innovation Hub Joins Winrock International

The Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub is becoming part of Winrock International of Little Rock, which is undertaking a "strategic reorganization of its U.S. and Arkansas programs."
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