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Quality Texas Foundation

The Quality Texas Foundation is a non-profit Texas corporation that administers the
Texas Award for Performance Excellence. The Foundation, with administrative offices in Dallas, coordinates more than 300 volunteers from all areas of industry, government, education and health care who work together to assess and promote quality and performance excellence throughout the state.

The Texas Manufacturing Assistance Center is proud to partner with Quality Texas to foster continuous improvement in the private and public sectors of Texas. To learn more about the Texas Award for Performance Excellence and the training offered by Quality Texas, please visit the Foundation's web site.

Texas Alliance of Manufacturing Associations

The Texas Alliance of Manufacturing Associations (TAMA) is an informal organization for the local and regional grassroots groups that support manufacturers througout the state. TAMA provides a forum for sharing ideas, best practices and viewpoints on issues that matter to the manufacturing community. The current members of TAMA are:

Dallas County Manufacturers' Association - 972.272.7551

Harlingen Manufacturers Association - 956.216.5083

Manufacturers Association of North Texas - 817.348.0706

New Braunfels Manufacturers Association - 830.643.6720

San Antonio Manufacturers Association - 210.979.7530

San Marcos Manufacturers Association - 512.754.3619

South Texas Manufacturers Association - 956.928.1313

Washington County Manufacturers Association - 979.836.4481


TECH Fort Worth

TECH Fort Worth is about MENTORING, CONNECTING and COACHING. Through our programs, we mentor entrepreneurs to build their business. Through focused interactions, we connect entrepreneurs with resources and through ongoing evaluations we coach them toward financial stability. Our time and expertise is invested in emerging small businesses and entrepreneurs that demonstrate the potential for economic and commercial success. Our main goal is to produce successful firms that leave our programs financially viable and freestanding.

Southwest Trade Adjustment Assistance Center

If your company is experiencing a decline in sales and a decline in employment levels due to the adverse effects of foreign competition and/or cyclic seasonal adjustments , you may qualify for financial assistance for improvements in marketing, manufacturing, engineering, finance, employee training, information management or new product development from SWTAAC.

Eureka! Winning Ways

Eureka! Winning Ways is based on 20 years of research of real-world success factors, work with hundreds of companies, and measures that keep you on track. It’s simple, direct, and delivers. Contact your local growth coach (link to list/map) to find out more.

The Alternative Board (TAB) of Fort Worth

Its 3,300 plus international members, over 330 Texas members, and over 100 Fort Worth/Dallas members share best practices that helps - and holds accountable - each individual business owner to move his or her aspirations, goals and agendas forward. TAB members meet monthly in a facilitated board session to learn from one another’s successes and lessons learned.

TWI Institute (Training Within Industry)

The TWI Institute is the center for education, trainer certification, and connections for the TWI community of practitioners and trainers. It has created a large and rapidly expanding network of certified trainers based in the United States, delivering the TWI Program here and across the globe. TWI Programs are successfully used in businesses of all sizes in a variety of industries including manufacturing, construction, services, and healthcare.

North Texas District Export Council Export University

The North Texas District Export Council (NTDEC) Export University program, offers comprehensive training in exporting.

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