KEYimage Media is the first production company in Greater DFW committed to operating with a Triple P Bottom Line – People, Planet, Profit.
EatGreenDFW is the leading online source for news and information on local, sustainable food in North Texas. It was launched in November of 2007 by two seasoned business executives–Brian Cummings, a marketing communications professional who has been the general manager, president, CEO or owner of five different public relations agencies; and Rich Shoen, Ph. D, [...]
Dr. Boccalandro is an experienced manager and organizational leader specializing in sustainable urban planning.Dr. Boccalandro has a strong academic background in urban and transportation planning and a PhD in Political Science. She has over ten years of experience in teaching postgraduate courses in urban and transportation planning in two major universities: Simon Bolivar University and [...]
Mr. Mirabal is a strategic planning consultant & trainer with more than twenty-five years experience in sustainable development strategic planning for urban, transportation, and tourist destinations; change management; organizational development; project formulation and evaluation; corporate planning; and marketing.
A corporate attorney with 25 years of experience, Grady Dickens specializes in business tax issues, including charitable giving and business succession planning. In addition, Grady has represented financial management firms in various corporate and regulatory matters and has significant experience in partnership tax matters. His experience also includes advising clients with respect to the formation [...]
Zero is the number of the moment. Last month, net zero jobs were created in the United States. Friday’s news revealed the worst jobs report since September 2010. Total payrolls were unchanged, and it was the first time since 1945 that the government reported a net job change of zero.To this problem of zero, Adbongo [...]
Burrell Anderson is an intuitive, results-oriented resource management strategist with a strong focus on and commitment to client services. He is an executive level leader with over ten years of experience in operational accounting, human resources and talent acquisition within a variety of industries including telecom, technology, financial services, construction, manufacturing and health care eco-systems. [...]
Adbongo is going gold. That’s right, we’re ditching paper for the shiny, sparkly stuff. Why? The answer is simple: the value of gold is increasing while the purchasing value of fiat currency is decreasing. Plus, gold can’t be counterfeited, it’s not so easy to burn, and it can be molded into a sculpture of a [...]
As local, state and national government agencies examine ways to create jobs and turn around the struggling economy, business incubation programs are featuring prominently in the debate – as well they should. For 50 years, incubators like Adbongo have been helping entrepreneurs turn their ideas into viable businesses, promoting innovation and creating jobs by providing emerging companies with business support services and resources tailored to young firms to increase their chances of success.
As any entrepreneur can attest, starting a new business isn’t an easy task. Most business owners know every detail of their product or service, but many lack all of the skills they need to turn their ideas into successful firms. Business incubation programs are uniquely positioned to help entrepreneurs access resources through the incubator. Whereas entrepreneurs usually need to hire separate entities to write their business plans, provide legal advice, create marketing and advertising materials and develop their social media presence, the Adbongo incubator can perform all of these functions at a fraction of the cost clients would have to pay to secure these services from multiple providers.
Around the world, entrepreneurs are playing an increasingly important role in transforming economies. Rather than relying solely on efforts to attract existing businesses from other locations, many communities like Dallas are recognizing the need to help local residents build new businesses from the ground up through business incubators.
By focusing on developing a new generation of entrepreneurs – most of whom have ties to the local area – communities are helping to build companies that will create jobs and spark economic growth in the region for years to come. And because these programs provide targeted business assistance to young firms at their earliest stages of development – when they’re most vulnerable – business incubators help support new ventures that have a greater-than-average chance of success.
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