Cassidy Ritter
Senior Associate Editor at Built In
Expertise: Tech journalism
Education: University of Kansas

Cassidy Ritter is a Built In senior associate editor overseeing Built In’s news team and local coverage. She joined the company in 2021 covering breaking news in Colorado and Austin. She has previous experience covering business news and has written for various publications including American City Business Journals and 5280 Magazine.

Ritter has a degree in journalism with a double minor in business and global studies from the University of Kansas.

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These companies are innovating the agtech industry and changing the way we cultivate food.
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Learn which companies nabbed these large funding rounds and which are hiring.
Edward Morgan, CEO of Revitalize Charging Solutions
Founded in 2013, the Fort Worth business designs and manufactures EV charging stations.
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Learn more about the Dallas–Fort Worth companies leading the way with massive growth.
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Learn how the companies who raised last month’s largest rounds are investing their new capital.
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Learn how the companies who raised last month’s largest rounds are investing their new capital.
The Future 5 of Dallas–Fort Worth tech companies.
These five up-and-coming startups are innovating the Dallas–Fort Worth tech scene.
Learn how the companies who raised last month’s largest rounds are investing their new capital.
These emerging startups are working on the next big tech innovations.
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Find out which local companies saw the highest growth rates over a two-year period.
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Catch up on the latest news from the Dallas-Fort Worth tech scene.
80 Up-and-Coming Startups to Watch
These local innovators come from California, Colorado, New York and more. Read on to see what these businesses are up to.