Vote For The Hottest Startups in DFW 2018

It's that time of year again– We're taking submissions for the Hottest Startups in DFW for 2018! For the past 2 years we've highlighted the Hottest Startups in Dallas, and this year, we've decided to extend the map to cover startups across all of DFW! So whether your startup is in Dallas, Fort Worth, Plano, Denton, or somewhere in-between, be sure to submit your company to try and make the feature!

We want to make sure the article truly showcases the top shelf of the startup community, and you can help us by submitting DFW startups who have a clear mission, an innovative product, and quality execution of the above. Because we choose the features based on the number of votes each startup receives, share this submission link with any startup you know; and if you're a startup yourself, be sure to encourage your employees, friends, and family to vote!

A startup is a company that is in the first stage of its operations. These companies are often initially bankrolled by their entrepreneurial founders as they attempt to capitalize on developing a product or service for which they believe there is a demand. Due to limited revenue or high costs, most of these small-scale operations are not sustainable in the long term without additional funding from venture capitalists. - Investopedia

Curious to know the difference between a startup and a small business? This article should help clear the air.

All submissions are due by February 26!

Fill out the form below to cast your vote:

Submissions for 2018 have closed, and the results will be posted soon. Stay tuned!

written by Common Desk

Common Desk opened in the fall of 2012 with a vision to redefine the way Dallas perceived a workspace. By creating a stimulating environment for both Dallas’ suit and tie professionals and artistic freelancers, the Common Desk community gained strength through the diversity of its shared office spaces. Today, hundreds of companies call Common Desk home.

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