Our Guest for the April 9th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Tyler Scriven, Founder & CEO, Saltbox
Tyler Scriven is the Founder & CEO of Saltbox, a purpose-built, flexible co-warehousing space for entrepreneurs and startups and has opened its second location in Farmers Branch. The 66,000 square-foot facility offers 100 private co-warehousing suites and 15 office spaces, in addition to modern office amenities and conveniences.
Previously, Tyler has served as the Managing Director of Techstars as well as a member of the senior leadership team at Palantir Technologies, where he was Chief of Staff to the President and Head of Operations, including people operations, recruiting, IT, real estate, and corporate development. Tyler began his career with J.P. Morgan and worked in the fields of private equity and investment banking.
Saltbox serves what it calls the “concretes class” of entrepreneurs – those working with physical products that require workspace that traditionally come with concrete flooring. After opening its first location in Atlanta last year, the company is bringing its second location to Farmers Branch.
Our Guest for the April 2nd edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: President & CEO, Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce, President, Irving Economic Development Partnership
President & CEO, Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce, President, Irving Economic Development Partnership
Beth Bowman is President & CEO of the Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce, a 5-star accredited chamber and President of the Irving Economic Development Partnership, an alliance that works to retain and recruit local, national and international corporations to the city.
Beth leads the Chamber’s 2,000 member-investor business organization representing nearly 220,000 employees and also leads the Economic Development Partnership. Since 2016, her work has resulted in relocation and retention/expansion “wins” totaling more than $2.3 billion in capital investment for the business community.
As a result of these efforts, Irving-Las Colinas has become known as the “Headquarter of Headquarters” in Texas with eight Fortune 500 and five Fortune 1000 companies the have their global corporate headquarters in the city.