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Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2019 Mar 25 - 12:18pm

Goran Krndija and partners have booked a lot of business since they launched Gozova, a mobile app matching Fort Worth consumers who need stuff transported with people who have trucks, in 2016. The business did $17,000 a year in revenue in 2017 and $70,000 in 2018. Thanks to partnerships with groups...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Mar 25 - 11:59am

By Dr. Cynthia St. John Think back to when you first decided to start your own business or break out and take an executive role. What were you ultimately seeking — and have you achieved it? My guess is that it wasn’t just about money. More often than not, it isn’t. For me,...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Mar 25 - 11:55am

By Kathy R. Kelly, Executive Director, Fort Worth CPAs The news is full of stories about careers in STEM — science, technology, engineering, math — but there’s another brilliant alternative for those with talent and interest in a technically demanding field: accounting. Why?...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Mar 25 - 11:51am

By Cynthia L. Hill With summer just around the corner, many employers are considering whether to establish or continue summer internship programs. Internships are a reliable way of training personnel and of picking people for future employment. Typically, interns are young adults in college or...

Posted By Graham Stiles on 2019 Mar 25 - 11:39am

Unprecedented rainfall and problematic stormwater-drainage systems, along with tremendous growth in recent years, have created somewhat of a perfect storm for property owners, developers, Realtors and the City of Fort Worth. For decades, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has provided the...

Posted By Jason Forrest on 2019 Mar 25 - 11:32am

John Steinmetz’s road to becoming one of the most successful bank executives in Texas took so many twists and turns that he almost lost count. Today, Steinmetz is the CEO of Vista Bank, once a small agriculturally based bank, headquartered in the rural West Texas town of Rawls, Texas. In his...

Posted By Scott Nishimura1 on 2019 Mar 25 - 11:24am

Juan Rodriguez says his business acumen emerged from the influences he’s surrounded by: growing up in Mexico, Chicago and Fort Worth; spending summer and winter breaks with family in Mexico; working at a range of restaurants in the area after he finished culinary school, including Rough Creek...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Mar 25 - 11:15am

by Rebecca Williams When employees can’t make it to the gym, bring the gym to them. These local fitness studios offer on-site workouts for the office, providing relief from workweek woes and giving co-workers an opportunity for community bonding. Whether you’re in marathon-ready shape...

Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2019 Mar 25 - 11:06am

By Rebecca Williams From shipping containers to renovated houses, some Fort Worth entrepreneurs are setting up shop outside the box of a traditional building. Now there’s another trendy place to do business: the Airstream.  Airstream, a brand of travel trailer initially popularized in...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2019 Mar 25 - 9:23am

Local nonprofit Arise Africa hardly thought about design when it was searching for a new office space. The organization, which sponsors children in Zambia, at the very least needed a storage area and garage door to easily store and move supplies — and it needed more space than it had in its...

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