Accelerate DFW helps entrepreneurs build their businesses and advocates for the importance of entrepreneurship in our community.


We touch entrepreneurs through these initiatives...


Incubator Program



Accelerate DFW fosters connections to subject matter experts, fellow entrepreneurs, and other startup gurus to help you reach your objectives as quickly as possible.



You define your goals and the pace for achieving them. We provide the tools, roadmap, and encouragement to keep you on track. 



Our hands-on support focuses on the business fundamentals of marketing, customer validation, financials, and building a successful team to propel your business to the next stage. 


Workshop series


Relevant Topics

We keep a finger on the pulse of what matters to entrepreneurs and choose topics that help you fill the gaps. 


Tangible Takeaway

Beyond education and training, our workshops are designed so you walk out the door with relevant action items you can implement immediately. 


Expert Facilitators

We scour the private sector and entrepreneurial communities to find the authorities who have been there, done that with the ability to share it effectively. 


inspiring others


Getting the Word Out

We help spread the wisdom, anecdotes, and missteps of entrepreneurs in the trenches so that others can learn and benefit. 


Take that Risk

Would-be entrepreneurs are more willing to take risks when they see others succeeding. You'll see that you're not alone in your startup journey. 


Multimedia Content 

We provide a variety of channels and formats with content that is relevant for any entrepreneur, regardless of your experience level. 

Get involved with
the E'Ship community

Volunteer to help organize and implement an entrepreneurial event or check out our new connections platform.

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Upcoming Events

Thu Mar 7

When we feel better, we work better: human factors in workplace design is a hot topic. It’s top of mind in the A+D community and with businesses of all sizes.

Attraction + Retention, anyone? The National Society of Human Resources Management (SHRM) recognizes Herman Miller’s Ergonomic Series of CEUs as an integral part of their continuing education program.

In this CEU we’ll discuss taking the whole human into consideration – an office that encourages movements large and small throughout the day, which allows social interaction, and considers: personal space, physical and psychological

Reserve Your Spot