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Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Nov 8 - 12:39pm

JP Piccinini
At least from the outside, JP Piccinini had no reason to leave his successful, lucrative career as an engineer. But internally, he felt the tug every successful entrepreneur has felt at one point or another: I can do more. So Piccinini took a leap of faith. In 2004, he left a stable 8-to-5 job...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Nov 8 - 12:23pm

Mike McWithey
"I’ve always had an entrepreneurial spirit,” says Mike McWithey, president of Customized Communications, a medical publishing company based in Irving. A Baylor graduate, McWithey and a friend, Arlington OB-GYN Byron Kallam, purchased a small medical publisher working with private...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Nov 8 - 12:04pm

Cake
Even the folks who make a living crafting gourmet dishes at Fort Worth’s most reputable restaurants have something in common with the casual diner — a guilty pleasure meal. Here, chefs and chef-owners share the one indulgence they can’t resist. Jon Bonnell Chef and owner of...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Nov 8 - 11:33am

Blue Lagoon Swimming
Iceland has quickly become one of the world’s hottest travel destinations — and rightfully so, with its breathtaking landscape of enchanting volcanoes, waterfalls and lava fields, topped off with modern hotels and friendly locals. Plus, it’s only a seven-hour flight from DFW...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Nov 8 - 11:18am

Ro Rynd's Office
All five companies that office at LOCAL Design Studios + Gallery started at home. So, naturally, when the owners of one of those companies — Paige Casey and Amanda Galati of Lila + Hayes — designed the West Vickery space, they chose a similar detail found in their own homes: white paint...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Nov 6 - 3:51pm

Office Nap Room
Believe it or not, even employees at the Top 25 Best Companies to Work For get stressed every now and then. We asked a few of these companies how they manage the pressures of the corporate world. Qualbe Marketing Group We provide a nap room for employees that like to take a 15-minute power nap...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Nov 6 - 3:38pm

Gold Paperclips
Sometimes it takes a desk decoration to perk up an otherwise mundane office setting. But who says desk supplies can’t take on the same amount of personality? And by personality, we mean … extra. And by “extra,” we mean staplers plated with gold. Or flash drives covered in...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 Nov 6 - 2:41pm

Boot Anatomy
Boots and suits have always been a thing in Fort Worth, but not just any boot will work with any suit — there’s a way to do it right. So, we asked the boot masters themselves, Justin Boots, for tips on how to pull off a cowboy boot in the office like, well, a professional. HOW TO PICK...

Posted By FW Mag Staff on 2018 Nov 6 - 2:27pm

Tina Howard
Anyone who knows tea understands there’s a big difference between the mass “dust bags” at Walmart and 50 varieties of loose tea picked from the far corners of the world and steeped in an Alpha Dominche Steampunk brewer. With that distinction, entrepreneurs Tina and Todd Howard...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2018 Nov 6 - 1:32pm

Royer Family
Few Fort Worth companies have been around as long as Royer Commercial Interiors, which this summer rebranded itself from Royer & Schutts after a consolidation of ownership. Kelley Royer, great-granddaughter-in-law of co-founder Homer Royer, and her son Charlie Royer III, are now the sole owners...

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