The Amarillo EDC hosted representatives of Megabarre, a Brazil-based manufacturer of electrical busbar trunking products who visited Amarillo on November 17-20. During their stay, they had productive meetings with engineering consultants, wholesale supplier firms, technical training professionals at Amarillo College, and legal advisors. While here, they also had the opportunity to enjoy Texas steaks, see Palo Duro Canyon, visit the world-famous Cadillac Ranch pictured below, and experience good old-fashioned Amarillo hospitality.
WT Enterprise Center is hosting Global Entrepreneurship Week November 17th-20th, as an official partner of Global Entrepreneurship Week USA.The WT Enterprise Center has arranged a variety of events for local entrepreneurs and business owners to celebrate their success and support the growing entrepreneurial community.
Amarillo City Council now must decide whether to proceed with plans to bring a $45 million Embassy Suites convention hotel to downtown Amarillo, part of a $92 million public-private partnership.
The Amarillo Local Government Corp. board voted 5-1 Wednesday to recommend the city allow the board to ink draft contracts for construction of the hotel and an associated $14.3 million parking garage with ground-floor retail space.
Global Trade magazine has released its 2014 selections for “America’s Best Cities for Global Trade.” Every year, the editors atGlobal Trade magazine compile the list to help globally minded companies strategically locate, grow and expand their operations.
Two wind farms that could cost a total of just more than $1 billion have increased their profiles recently, one to be built near Dawn and the other under construction north of Dimmitt.
Sharyland Utilities, an electricity transmission company, filed an interconnection agreement with Unity Wind on Friday at the Texas Public Utility Commission. According to the filing, the wind farm would be in northeast Deaf Smith County near Dawn and have a capacity of up to 240 megawatts.