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Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 Nov 15 - 1:55pm

Here’s a way to be unexpectedly presented with a business opportunity. “I sold a company one day, and I was looking at these catalogs all over the floor,” Elliot Goldman, a Fort Worth entrepreneur, says. “It was Christmastime. I said to my wife [Heather], wouldn’t it...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Nov 15 - 12:08pm

One is a website. The other is a Twitter account. One is almost two years old; the other, 20. But both avidly follow every construction project, every groundbreaking, and every whisper of a new building heading to Fort Worth — so much, in fact, that they’ve become go-to sources for...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 12:02pm

By Meg Hemmerle Schaeffer Outfitter, a Western wear company that began in 1982, moved to Fort Worth and celebrated the grand opening of its flagship storefront Nov. 11. Located at 6715 Corporation Parkway, Suite A, along Interstate 20, about 15 minutes west of downtown, the store will carry more...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Nov 15 - 11:56am

The coworking industry had a big year in 2017, and its momentum is carrying on into the new year. In 2017, Fort Worth saw coworking space/coffee shop hybrid Craftwork Coffee Co. open a second location along Magnolia Avenue. Common Desk later opened in Crockett Row at West 7th. Then in 2018,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Nov 15 - 11:52am

By Meg Hemmerle Scott Mauldin had a job to do: find the right bar or restaurant to work with to create a unique bourbon for Maker’s Mark Private Select. The restaurant that immediately came to mind? Reata. “They’re great people to work with, and I thought it would be...

Posted By Laura Belpedio on 2017 May 30 - 4:43pm

Five Tips to Become a Better Networker

Happy hours, after-hour mixers and social events are old school. Networking has become a different game, and in today’s world, a more beneficial way to connect and build relationships may be through volunteering or getting involved in a community program in which your interests align with...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 30 - 4:34pm

Local app-based delivery services PICKUP and Gozova move out of the startup phase and look toward growth.

Uber-style businesses are everywhere these days, reaching into industries like food and hospitality. The model is also making its way to delivery services through local companies like PICKUP and Gozova, both of which have launched and are looking to grow their Fort Worth footprints. PICKUP and...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 22 - 5:16pm

Comfortable design, improved patient flow among features of new Texas Oncology facility.

Construction is underway for Texas Oncology’s new cancer center, a consolidation of the organization’s Eighth Avenue, 12th Avenue and Klabzuba facilities. The new facility, located at 500 Henderson St., is expected to open in spring 2018. Texas Oncology will occupy three of the four...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 May 22 - 4:39pm

Lauren Doeren-Barnett moves from working in advertising and marketing to building a nonprofit aimed at bringing homeless people to self-sufficiency.

Lauren Doeren-Barnett was working in development for a Fort Worth architecture firm when she took her daughter in 2014 to volunteer at Beautiful Feet Ministries, a nonprofit benefitting homeless men. “I quickly realized how wrong I was about the homeless population,” says Doeren-...

Posted By Scott Nishimura on 2017 Apr 12 - 4:01pm

Fort Worth lawyer Marianne Auld, who parlayed an early love of books and writing into a robust career as a lawyer, moves into the post of managing partner at Kelly Hart & Hallman.

Marianne Auld was headed toward a career as a teacher, having majored in English at Baylor University. “I was very bookish, and I loved to read and write,” says Auld. A career later, Auld, who moved into law and became a specialist in appellate, is the new managing partner at...

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