Contact: Brian Enevoldsen, 806-651-8500, firstname.lastname@example.org Copy by Adam Jiwa, 806-651-8503, email@example.com CANYON, Texas — Deadline is March 24 for area small businesses to sign up for West Texas A&M University’s Recruit:Able. The career fair will be hosted by the WT Enterprise Center and its sister department, America’s SBDC at WTAMU, which both are under the umbrella of WT’s Paul and Virginia Engler… Read more »
2022-23 Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge Finalists Award Totals $500,000
Contact: Brian Enevoldsen, 806-651-8500, firstname.lastname@example.org Copy by Adam Jiwa, 806-651-8503, email@example.com AMARILLO, Texas—Five Amarillo-area businesses were awarded a total of half-million dollars in business capital funding during the 26th annual Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge award ceremony. The Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge is a program of the WT Enterprise Center and funded by the Amarillo Economic Development Corp.to assist entrepreneurs in expanding an existing… Read more »
If What They’re Saying Is true
The phrase, “If what they’re saying is true,” is being echoed in team meetings and strategic planning sessions all across America. Start-ups, Fortune 500 companies and everyone in between are all actively seeking to make sense of the evolving circumstances surrounding COVID-19. I myself have said the very phrase. The difficulty in making decisions has increased significantly. The truth… Read more »
WT Enterprise Center Featured in Economic Development Journal
The International Economic Development Council featured the WT Enterprise Center in the latest edition of the Economic Development Journal. The article, WT Enterprise Center – Incubation with Urgency, focuses on the growth of the Enterprise Center and the impact our program is making on the expanding entrepreneur eco-system in the Texas Panhandle. The article also… Read more »
Rules to Live By
Guest blog by Kim May, President of Nobox Creative and Marketing Specialist for WT Enterprise Center. Rules to Live By Our family is listening to the book, Wonder, by R.J. Palacio and we are obsessed. There are so many lessons in this delightful and beautifully written best seller. Perhaps my favorite lessons are woven into… Read more »
The Top 3 Reasons Small Businesses Do Social Media Wrong
Written by guest blogger, Randi Hudson, Social Media Department Manager at Interactive 360, Interactive 360 is a “one-stop shop” for automotive dealers looking to manage their online content and customers – follow Randi on Twitter at @RandiHudson. Randi is also a panelist for the Social Media/Sales Panel Discussion happening next Tuesday, November 12th during Entrepreneur Week! The Top… Read more »
Written by guest blogger, Kim May, President of Nobox Creative – a full service strategic marketing firm – follow Kim on Twitter at @KimLMay. Kim is also a panelist for the Social Media/Sales Panel Discussion happening next Tuesday, November 12th during Entrepreneur Week! Meaningful Engagement I confess. As a parent, I turn up my nose at social… Read more »
Sales and the CRM: What Are You Waiting For?
Written by guest blogger, Aaron Howerton, Business Manager for Cloud Interview, follow Aaron on Twitter at @aaron_howerton. Aaron is also a panelist for the Social Media/Sales Panel Discussion happening next Tuesday, November 12th during Entrepreneur Week! Sales and the CRM: What are you waiting for? In many sales trainings, you’ll learn about the rule of 3rds. … Read more »
How Often Should You Post on Social Media?
How Often Should You Post on Social Media? Our guest blogger, Jason Boyett, is an author, speaker, and professional writer whose career as a social media consultant has run the gamut from ghostwriting Facebook content for celebrity accounts he’s forbidden to disclose…to handling the Twitter feeds of Amarillo businesses and ministries. You can find him on… Read more »