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Carlton Dixon Reveal Suits
Small Business

Carlton Dixon and Reveal Suits Are Celebrating School Pride in Style

The custom suitmaker has landed deals with 87 universities including the Big 12, Ivy League, and NFL Alumni Association.
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Nonprofits

AES Literacy Institute Wins Social Innovator of the Year at United Way’s The Pitch

In one night, AES Literacy Institute outearned its yearly operating budget of $86,000 by taking home $105,000 in winnings at the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas' yearly 'Shark Tank'-style competition.
A Box of Dallas
Shopping

Find All Your Favorite Local Things in “A Box of Dallas”

Launched last summer, the curated box company features products from Dallas-based brands and small businesses.
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Denton

Get to Know The Brown Thumb, a Denton-Based Plant Shop With a Purpose

This small business is creating a diverse community of North Texas plant lovers, and its founder believes that anyone can develop a green thumb with a little help.
Tana Hicks founder of The Juc Box
Business

How Seven Dallas Creatives Turned Passion Projects Into Blossoming Businesses

Meet the entrepreneurs who turned their side hustles, hobbies, and talents into thriving storefronts, from an Oak Cliff stationery shop to a CBD-infused juice bar.

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Coronavirus

Dallas Businesses Brace for Customer Pushback as the Mask Mandate Lifts

Local small business owners explain their decision to keep COVID precautions in place, the response they expect from customers, and their hopes and fears for the weeks ahead.
Tonya Thomas
Business

Meet the Administrative Matchmaker Connecting Executives With Virtual Support

In an increasingly virtual world, remote services like Tonya Thomas' are becoming more in demand.
By Elizabeth Beeck
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Business

12 Dallas-Based Small Businesses Share the Lessons They’re Taking Away from 2020

We asked local gyms, spas, shops, and more to reflect on what they've learned, what they're most proud of, and what they hope the new year will hold.
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Business

‘We Are Not The Help’

Six of the state's most experienced nannies share their experiences with discrimination on the job—and their hopes for a more tolerant future.
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Shopping

After Devastating Destruction and Theft, This Black-Owned Boutique Is Rising From the Ashes

Princess Pope lost everything when her Deep Ellum store was looted last month. WIth the help of volunteers, she's starting to pick up the pieces.
By Abby Blasingame