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Youth Ambassadors

Youth Ambassadors

The World Affairs Council DFW in partnership with World Learning was one of the host cities for the Youth Ambassadors Program with South America (YAPSA).  High school students from Chile and Argentina visited the U.S. to develop leadership skills and experience our culture as well as to teach them about community service, team-building, and conflict resolution.  Z’s […]

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Meet Martin

Meet Martin

Bringing People Together Martin Scott is a Fort Worth native, born in the Fort Worth South neighborhood at John Peter Scott Hospital, just around the corner from our café location on Pennsylvania.  He has been a crucial member of the Z’s Café and Catering staff for over three years now and you can usually find […]

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Passionate, generous, talented, community minded chefs

Passionate, generous, talented, community minded chefs

On January 13, Chef Janet joined some of her favorite chef’s in Fort Worth to support a great cause.  At the annual SafeHaven fundraiser, benefiting victims of domestic violence, Janet was honored to join the following local cuisine experts to feed the guests at this event, because everyone knows auction items bring a better bid on a full […]

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Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Once again, Carlo is the impetus for a great idea meeting the just the right level of motivation, connection and know-how to bring it to life.  From his network of executive chefs, young professional connections through Steer Fort Worth and colleagues throughout the city, the Food for Thought program was not only conceived but a pilot program […]

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Food for Thought Program at De Zavala Elementary

Food for Thought Program at De Zavala Elementary

Once again, Carlo is the impetus for a great idea meeting the just the right level of motivation, connection and know-how to bring it to life. From his network of executive chefs, young professional connections through Steer Fort Worth and colleagues throughout the city, the Food for Thought program was not only conceived but a pilot program will be put in place this spring at the De Zavala Elementary School.

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The biggest mistake (sm)all businesses are making

Everyone knows that “bought” advertising is simply a company’s message created by someone who gets paid by the company. For most small- and medium-sized businesses, this can be expensive and ineffective. Here’s a better, simpler, cheaper, way to 1) advertise your business and 2) contribute to the community. Give your product or service away. Think […]

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The art of starting a business on a shoestring

The art of starting a business on a shoestring

Starting a Business I’m not a mathematician, but I’d imagine that 90% of all businesses are started in someone’s living room. And why not? It’s never been easier to put your idea in front of a billion people, waiting to be found in some online nook or cranny. For those offering a service, creating your […]

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