Helping entrepreneurs introduce their ideas to the world.

We know you want to be a successful entrepreneur with a thriving business.
The WT Enterprise Center will help you build a roadmap for taking your business to the next level.

Through coaching and strategic planning, you will develop a support system to help you
gain clarity, experience and a network of peers to help you.

Our Services


Entrepreneurs with a new idea are invited to join a monthly group session using the Business Model Canvas. In one hour, you’ll use this tool to sketch out the framework and identify the potential of your big idea.

Founder's Club

Founders Club is a facilitated CEO roundtable group that meets to discuss operations, challenges, and changes in the market. Each member benefits from a shared mentality of helping each other succeed. Founders Club supports the business owner by providing encouragement and resources that promote their health and well-being while also addressing technical solutions to difficult business challenges.

Amarillo Enterprize Challenge

The Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge is a $500,000 dollar business plan challenge where primary businesses can receive up to $100,000 in the form of a 5-year forgivable loan. The program is funded by the Amarillo Economic Development Cooperation and managed by the WTEC. This annual challenge is aimed to help companies who bring outside dollars into our local economy scale quickly. This year we partnered with America’s SBDC at WTAMU to help applicants package their business plans and review financial projections.

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a startup company or second-stage business, the WT Enterprise Center is here to help you succeed.

About Us

The WT Enterprise Center has been a part of the Amarillo community for more than 20 years.

Since 2001, we have been helping local entrepreneurs build great companies. We are passionate about helping our neighbors and friends build their dreams while putting Amarillo on the map.

"Without the WT Enterprise Center, my business would have taken a much slower path. The business knowledge and funding we received through the Enterprise Center allowed us to expand while avoiding some of the challenges small companies encounter."

Aaron Sage

Sage Oil Vac

Become a part of the entrepreneur community at the Enterprise Center.