Five Organizations Dallas-Area Small Business Owners Should Know About by Forbes – Entrepreneurs

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In Dallas, there are a myriad of organizations that are dedicated to small business owners like yourself. But with so many options out there, it can be mind-boggling to know which groups you should pay attention to in order to help your company grow.

Professional organizations can provide you with the opportunity to meet other entrepreneurs, as well as learn from other businesses in the area. Below, five members of Forbes Dallas Business Council share some of the top organizations they recommend Dallas business owners and operators pay attention to, as well as why. Here’s what they said:

Members discuss business-focused organizations or groups in Dallas.

Photos courtesy of the individual members.

1. Young Presidents’ Organization

Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) has been the most impactful organization that I’ve joined in my career. Not only has it provided me a network of similarly positioned business leaders and a small group (forum) that’s become my personal board of directors, but it’s also helped connect me more to the community, both philanthropically and socially. – David O’Hara, Improving

2. Chamber Of Commerce

I think that it is important for business owners and operators to get involved in their local governments, especially by supporting their Chamber of Commerce. This will lead to economic growth long term, which is good for businesses and good for local residents. – Sabeer Nelliparamban, Tyler Petroleum Inc

3. Entrepreneurs’ Organization

Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO) and its accelerator program for smaller companies both create a community where business owners find like-minded entrepreneurs who are facing similar challenges. It gives owners a place to share and a resource to help solve problems. EO and EO Accelerator also focus on education and improving the management and execution skills of its members. – Brooke Lively, Cathedral Capital, Inc.

4. Capital Factory

One organization that just made its debut in Dallas is Capital Factory. With its roots in Austin, Capital Factory is a professional organization that knows how to spawn growth and build connections in a city. – Ben Lamm, Hypergiant

5. Dallas Innovation Alliance

Dallas Innovation Alliance (DIA) is a collaborative incubator for like-minded companies trying to solve for the future state of infrastructure. The Dallas Regional Chamber is invaluable for keeping a pulse on the new businesses coming to our city and connecting with the influx of professionals in town, from small business owners to corporate leaders. – George Baker Sr., ParkHub

June 14, 2019 at 08:20AM
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