Trey Bowles

Trey Bowles

Serial Tech Entrepreneur with Multiple Exits | Former CEO of Morpheus
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career accomplishments

Built and sold two companies, one in the consumer tech/video sharing/advertising space and one the media space.

Helped build and was CEO of the fastest growing company in the history of the Internet, Morpheus.

industry expertise

Management Consulting |  Media and Entertainment | Government and Public Affairs

Trey Bowles is a serial and multi-exited entrepreneur who has built and grown companies in both the for profit and non-profit space with an expertise in strategy, operations, marketing and management.

Trey specializes in supporting cities, municipalities, corporations, and innovators working to develop innovative solutions for their communities that support and create the best place for their citizens to live, work, and play.

Trey cofounded and is now the Executive Chairman of the Dallas Entrepreneur (DEC) Center where he recently stepped out of his role as CEO.  He additionally, cofounded and launched the Dallas Innovation Alliance, a public partnership to develop a Smart Cities initiative for the City of Dallas. As the cofounder and Chairman of the Mayor’s Star Council which is created with City of Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings to engage culturally diverse and civically minded group of young professions to make impact on the city.

Trey launched an entrepreneurship department at SMU in the Meadows School of Arts where he still serves as an adjunct professor and most recently Bowles helped relaunch the next stage of the Startup America Partnership as the Startup Champions Network. SCN is national network of professional ecosystem builders working together to support entrepreneurs in their local regions. Most recently Bowles was appointed to the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship (NACIE) as a special government employee by Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker. Bowles, a serial entrepreneur, having built numerous organizations in both the for-profit and non-profit space, lives in Dallas, TX with his bride and three kids.