Juice-BX Announces New Partnerships at Dallas Startup Week

Juice-BX Forms New Partnerships and CEO Robert Brevelle Appointed to Industry Association


Dallas, April 04, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --

Juice-BX, a provider of charging stations for phones and other smart devices, released several announcements during Dallas Startup Week.  Dallas Startup Week is an annual event dedicated to connecting the startup community with opportunities for innovation, partnerships, and growth.

“Dallas Startup Week is the right event for a startup company like Juice-BX to officially announce partnerships and other exciting developments,” said Robert Brevelle, CEO of Juice-BX. 

Juice-BX announced partnerships with DFW Excellerator and North Texas Amusement.  DFW Excellerator is a consulting firm that fosters international growth and access to global capital.  North Texas Amusement is a vending and distribution company that provides turnkey solutions for small businesses and large multinational companies.

“DFW Excellerator and North Texas Amusement are instrumental to our current product development efforts as well as our strategic growth plans,” said Robert. 

“DFW Excellerator is assisting in the vetting of suppliers and manufacturing capabilities in China.  Having an established partner with offices in Dallas and China with a deep understanding of the language, culture, and business environment has allowed us to quickly establish a trusted supplier base and complete final testing and inspection of our latest models of charging stations.”

“North Texas Amusement provides subject matter expertise in the areas of vending and field service support. With thousands of vending systems deployed and serviced, North Texas Amusement will allow us to hit the ground running as charging stations are installed at customer locations next month,” said Robert.

DFW Excellerator and North Texas Amusement complement the company’s existing team of partners: Technium, ISF Incubator, and Intellectual Ventures.

The company announced its new office at the Venture Development Center (VDC) at the University of Texas at Dallas.  The VDC is a 12,700 square foot state-of-the-art business center with offices, wet labs, and dry labs. The Juice-BX office is located at 17217 Waterview Parkway, Suite 1.202, Dallas, TX 75252.

“This new facility will house our administrative office as well as serve as an innovation center,” said Steven Gehfeld, Vice President of Operations.  “In addition to software development and system testing, we will focus on increasing our intellectual property portfolio.  We have two issued patents, and we are working on two new patent applications.”

The company announced Robert Brevelle has been appointed to a multi-industry coalition on additive manufacturing (AM), and he has also been elected as President of the Dallas Chapter of the Association of Old Crows (AOC).

AM is a process of joining materials together, usually in a layering process, to form an object. While AM is sometimes referred to as “3D printing”, AM covers a much broader range of manufacturing processes. Robert will oversee a global organization consisting of engineers, scientists, and researchers working with large manufacturing firms and industry associations such as Alliance of Automobile Manufacturers and Aerospace Industries Association.  Robert will work on projects with the National Laboratories and universities to include overseeing millions in grants and research focused on the improvement of standards, certifications, processes, quality and knowledge sharing.

The AOC is an organization with over 13,000 members with common interests in Electromagnetic Spectrum Management Operations, Cyber Electromagnetic Activities, Information Operations, and Electronic Warfare. The AOC provides a means of connecting members and organizations nationally and internationally across government, defense, industry, and academia to promote the exchange of ideas and information, and provides a platform to recognize advances and contributions in these fields.

After the Dallas Startup Week activities on April 5th, the AOC Dallas Chapter is hosting its quarterly meeting.  Attendees from L-3 Technologies, Rockwell Collins, Raytheon, Military personnel, First Responders and others are scheduled to attend. 

“These announcements reflect the company’s commitment to innovation and building the best team to take care of our customers,” said Robert. “We will continue to grow our team, lead our market, and support industrial associations and communities.  Remember to Power Up and Stay Connected.”

About Juice-BX
Juice-BX is developing innovative charging stations for phones, IoT and other smart devices. Our state-of-the-art charging kiosks, community app, and software solutions will drive foot traffic, sales, and customer affinity while also serving as an advertising platform. Power Up. Stay Connected. Learn more at Juice-BX.com. 


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