What makes you fall in love with a city? Topophilia is referred to as love of a place. And there is often a vibrant culture of artists and creatives that contribute to building a unique community that people love. Learn more about how to build a culture & community that people love.
For the second year in a row, GEW Fort Worth was the largest GEW chapter in the USA with 135 sessions and over 4,700 attendees. After going fully virtual in 2020, our organizing team took the pulse of our community and determined that there was an appetite for both in-person and virtual events in 2021.
Marco Johnson from Sparkyard presented at the Dallas State of Entrepreneurship and gave the low down on what's happening in Funkytown.
We are proud to announce the next phase of the Sparkyard Growth Circuit.. This version lists the 50+ resources that partner with Sparkyard on our online Resource Navigator.
Sparkyard celebrated its one-year anniversary in November during Fort Worth’s third annual Global Entrepreneurship Week. In 2019, we were excited to become the central connection point between local entrepreneurs and the resources available to help them launch and grow their companies. We made great strides during our first year by providing one-on-one support to over 90 entrepreneurs, creating nearly 50 customized Spark Plans (action plans), making 260 referrals to our resource network of 50 partners, and hosting nearly 9,000 users on the website. Through trial and error and plenty of data analysis, we discovered that some of the most popular...
This year we have over 80 sessions during the week so there will be something for everybody’s taste. Here are the top 5 things you need to know about GEW FW this year.