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The Multi-Door Problem

Guest Blog by Aaron Howerton,  Owner of Panhandle Training and Consulting and WT Enterprise Center CRM Specialist. The Multi-Door Problem Entrepreneurs have a multi-door problem. In any given situation there are multiple possible solutions. How to structure your business, for starters. Designing the user interface may be another. Or perhaps committing to a long-term lease to… Read more »

Artist, Entrepreneur or Both?

Guest blog by Jacob Breeden, CEO of  Process Art House, client of the WT Enterprise Center and Idea Village participant. Artist, Entrepreneur or Both? Artist/Entrepeneur – Entrepeneur/Artist I am often accused of being a strange “type”. When people find out that I am both an entrepreneur and an artist the standard response is some combination of disbelief, mixed with… Read more »

Leap of Faith

Guest blog by David Salas, Managing Partner of Alutra Engineering & Design, client of the WT Enterprise Center and finalist for the Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge.  For Altura Engineering & Design, our side hustle has officially become a full-time job.  We made the final leap in October by leaving our comfy day jobs to pursue our… Read more »

Writing a Business Plan for the Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge

Written by Carolyn Fanelli, CFO of Fanelli’s Pasta & Lasagna Sauce Inc. for more information on Fanelli’s Finest visit their website www.fanellisfinest.com Writing a business plan for a start-up is a crucial step in the process of starting a business.  It is a way to organize your thoughts and answer tough questions to prepare you… Read more »

Lesson Learned from Entrepreneurs

 Written by Kyla Frye, Communications and Marketing Coordinator of the WT Enterprise Center. For more information about the WT Enterprise Center visit www.IncubationWorks.com. Be passionate about what you do. It takes a lot of drive, hard work, dedication, and honest to goodness passion to be an entrepreneur in today’s world. Having worked around and with business… Read more »

“How’s the Weather Where You Work?”

Written by Coco Duckworth, Advisory Board Member of the WT Enterprise Center. For more information about the WT Enterprise Center visit www.IncubationWorks.com. Remember the old question, “Are you a thermostat or a thermometer?” A thermostat changes the temperature in an environment; the other only reflects the current temperature. As a business coach, I believe everyone carries… Read more »

Have You Assembled the Right Team?

Written by Jeff Reid, Incubator Director of the WT Enterprise Center. For more information about the WT Enterprise Center visit www.IncubationWorks.com. Working “on” the business rather than “in” the business is a challenge for the small business owner.  Most small businesses are typified by a linear model in which the owner provides support to the team,… Read more »