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May 21, 2020
Amarillo Embraces Technology and It's Paying off for Business
West Texas is making strides toward a tech-driven economic future.
Technology looms large among the many factors enticing new businesses to launch and existing businesses to relocate or expand in the Amarillo area. "Technology in the West Texas region is growing," says Kimberly Gramm, senior managing director of the Innovation Hub at Research Park. "In addition to the robust technology environment at Texas Tech University System (TTUS), located in Lubbock, Texas, the businesses in the area have also embraced technology for their many needs."CONTINUE READING
April 16, 2020
New Technologies Allow You to Do Business (and Compete) From Anywhere
Storage, collaboration, finance, conferencing, and e-commerce solutions for growing businesses.
Everyone knows just how much of an impact technology has had on global business, but if there's one segment that has benefited the most from technological innovation it's entrepreneurs. With mobile phones, cloud computing, do-it-yourself accounting software and ubiquitous connectivity, business owners can now create successful companies quickly and from anywhere.CONTINUE READING
March 26, 2020
Technology and Lifestyle Choices Spearhead Business Migration
Businesses often find it's cheaper, easier, and friendlier to relocate to smaller cities.
The day after Braden Black finished high school in Amarillo, Texas, he packed a suitcase, hopped in his car, and left, not sure if he'd never come back. He went to Dayton, Ohio, where, in 2001, he started his own business, a staffing construction company called Skilled Corp. At the time, the economy was booming and skilled labor was in demand, but companies had trouble filling positions. Black saw an opportunity to connect workers with the businesses that needed them.CONTINUE READING
February 26, 2020
Looking for a Technology and Innovation Hub? Look no Further than Amarillo
Amarillo is at the cutting edge of nanotechnology, oncology and aerospace research (to name just a few).
The Amarillo sky is clear and luminous, punctuated by cotton ball clouds. Swathes of cerulean, magenta, and violet sweep across the unending expanse, as a brisk, almost stern, wind whips up out of nowhere, dying down almost as suddenly.