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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 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 »

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 »

Defining our Culture

Defining our Culture Written by Kyla Frye, Marketing Coordinator for the WT Enterprise Center. For more information about incubation and the WT Enterprise Center visit our website or Facebook! Our culture here at the Enterprise Center is as unique and inspiring as our staff. We created it, with our mix of personalities, skills, professionalism and… 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 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 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 »

Make The Extra Pass

Written by David Terry, Executive Director of the WT Enterprise Center. For more information about the WT Enterprise Center visit  These days I’m spending a lot of time watching my 15-year-old daughter play basketball.  Her team is pretty amazing. These girls have played together since they were 8. They play great fundamental basketball, they play… Read more »

WT Enterprise Center, Culinary Coop, provides opportunity for clients at Dallas Gourmet Food Market

The WTAMU Enterprise Center, Culinary Coop, offers distribution opportunity for incubator clients at Dallas Gourmet Food Market January 16-22, 2013.   Amarillo, Texas – January 9, 2013   The WTAMU Enterprise Center Culinary Coop features client, Fanelli’s Finest through placement in the Dallas Gourmet Food Market. Through this opportunity Fanelli’s Finest gourmet, all-natural lasagna sauce… Read more »

50 New Rules of Work

Written by Cori Burns, Marketing Director of the WT Enterprise Center. For more information about the WT Enterprise Center visit In pursuing advancement, balance, success…there always seems to be unrest, mistakes and outright failure. So how does a small business, an entrepreneur  someone just wanting “more” get there? About a year ago, I got an email… Read more »