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Reagan Hales

Midsized Cities Better For Businesses, New Study Finds

Could living in a mid-sized city actually be advantageous for your business?

According to a recent study, this may be the case.

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Reagan Hales

What We Learned From The EShip Summit This Summer

The last time I talked at length about ecosystems was likely in my high school biology class. Or perhaps it was when I helped my son with his science project in 5th grade.

Until I attended the Kauffman Foundation’s inaugural EShip Summit this summer in Kansas City, I certainly hadn’t considered my community as a complex ecosystem, with each business, organization and resident playing a vital role.

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Barry Albrecht

What Amarillo Needs To Be Selected For The Amazon HQ2

Last month, Amazon announced plans to open another headquarters in North America. Called "HQ2," the facility will cost at least $5 billion to construct and operate, and will employ as many as 50,000 workers.

Cities and regional economic development organizations have been invited to submit proposals, due by October 19.

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Reagan Hales

How Earning A Spot On Inc. 5000 Impacted Smart Chemical Services

This past August, Inc. Magazine released its prestigious Inc. 5000 list, highlighting the fastest-growing businesses in the nation.


Among those was
Smart Chemical Services, a local business that provides chemical and operational solutions for drilling, oil field production, water, and more for the oil and gas industry.

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Reagan Hales

4 Amarillo Businesses Make The Inc. 5000 List

Every year, Inc. Magazine puts together a list of America’s top entrepreneurs. These companies are fast-growing private firms that create value and employment opportunities on both a local and national scale.

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Reagan Hales

Amarillo EDC Agrees To $1.8M Deal With Fairly Group

This Tuesday, the Amarillo EDC agreed to a $1.8 million deal with the Fairly Group during the Board of Directors meeting.

The deal, which marks the second deal reached during the last four months, could potentially keep Texas Panhandle talent local.

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Reagan Hales

Calling All Millennials: Share Your Story With The AEDC Millennial Campaign!

Amarillo’s millennial generation is making an impact on our community.

As our educational resources expand, more young professionals are heading to Amarillo to further their careers.

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Reagan Hales

Maxor To Create 375 Jobs With Corporate Expansion In Amarillo

The Amarillo EDC is excited to announce the Amarillo City Council has approved a $13.0 million incentive to Maxor National Pharmacy Services, LLC.

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Barry Albrecht

What Is Your Vision For Amarillo?

When you think of Amarillo, what do you see? What does the future of the community, its residents, its educational opportunities and businesses look like?

The Amarillo EDC is creating a vision statement for our city, but we need your input to make that vision a reality.

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Reagan Hales

Congratulations To The Winners Of The 2016 Amarillo EnterPrize Challenge!

Congratulations to the winners of the 2016 West Texas A&M University EnterPrize Challenge!

An inspiring and diverse group of Amarillo entrepreneurs competed this year.
Get to know the three winners.

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