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Southlake New Biz List December 2020

This list of new Southlake businesses is provided by the Southlake Department of Economic Development and Tourism to help you see what’s new and what’s coming into the Southlake market! Contact us by Email if are a new business coming into town or if you have any questions about our listings.

You may also visit for other business information or follow us on Facebook for the latest business news.

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  • Delta Marriott – Stay rested and productive in their stylish rooms and suites with modern decor, ergonomic workspaces and complimentary bottled water. Savor southwestern cuisine and craft cocktails in a welcoming atmosphere at the Sky Creek Kitchen and Bar. The recently opened Delta Marriott – Southlake at 251 E. State Hwy 114 has everything you need to experience a seamless stay. (817) 796-8100
  • Spruce Home & Closet – Spruce is a local, family-owned retailer with an inspired and curated collection of unique home goods, beautiful clothing and fun accessories. They provide fresh inspiration that brings charm, beauty and style to your home and closet. Be sure to visit Spruce Home & Closet at 1161 E. Southlake Blvd., Suite 240 in the Park Village shopping center.  (817) 880-2580
  • Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care – Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care has been designed, built and staffed with the needs of North Texans like you in mind. From cold and flu symptoms to minor scrapes to more serious sprains and strains to allergies, they’ve got you covered. Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care recently opened at 125 Davis Boulevard. (682) 212-9104
  • Desire Skin and Hair Care – At Desire Skin and Hair care, they are committed to making your visit a relaxing experience.  Come and enjoy your day at their beautiful Spa and wash away the stress of your daily routine. Desire Skin Care recently opened their new location at 2141 E. Kirkwood Blvd., Suite 140. (817) 374-0482
  • Retina Center of Texas – At Retina Center of Texas, their vision is to provide the best possible care to our patients with leading-edge therapies for their retinal conditions in a caring, compassionate, and empowering environment. Retina Center of Texas opened at 305 Morrison Park Drive. (817) 865-6800
  • Allen Land Development – At Allen Land Development, they provide our clients with economical solutions to the frustrations of managing and developing real estate. As a proven Real Estate Development firm, they offer our clients unparalleled vision, planning, design, execution and construction management resulting in a streamlined development process. Allen Land Development recently opened their office at 230 Miron Drive, Suite 120. (817) 400-5263

New Biz List: October 2018

Would you like to know about the new businesses in town? If so, you are going to want to subscribe to the Economic Development New Biz List. The list not only gives you an update about recently opened businesses, but it will also tell you what’s coming to Southlake in the next few months.

  • Scout & Molly’s: Scout & Molly’s opened at 1232 Main Street in Southlake Town Square. Their diversity of brands enriches the experience of their customers by having a plethora of styles to choose from. Their stylists believe and practice always treating people with respect, kindness, and honesty.. 682-477-4082
  • Allure Intimate Apparel: Allure Intimate Apparel opened at 1236 Prospect Street in Southlake Town Square.  Allure Intimate Apparel is a family owned foundations and lingerie boutique carrying high quality merchandise with a strong focus on celebrating women of every shape, size, and age. 817-410-1011
  • MD Medic Spa: MD Medic Spa opened at 500 N. Carroll Avenue, Suite 110. The medical spa uses advanced laser technology to provide face-lifts, stretch mark treatment and snoring reduction services. 817-678-8600
  • Monkey Mouths Pediatric Speech Therapy: Monkey Mouths Pediatric Speech Therapy opened at 430 N. Carroll Avenue, Suite 110. The business provides families with a unique option for their child’s speech, occupational and feeding therapy. 817-479-7019
  • Elements of Design: Elements of Design opened at 405 S. Nolen Drive, Suite 400. Elements of Design is a full service interior design firm with qualified, personable staff whose goal is to help home buyers and builders alike come together in a selection process that makes building a home fun and simple. 817-428-0657
  • Everest Burgers: Everest Burgers opened at 2325 W. Southlake Boulevard.  Their menu offers a variety of options, whether you’re in the mood for a hearty breakfast, light lunch, or end-of-the-day, well deserved, satisfying dinner.  682-223-2333


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Southlake Library Hosts Small Business Workshop

The Southlake Library will host a free small business workshop on March 10, 2018, in Southlake Town Hall.

Do you know who your customers are? According to a 2017 article from Entrepreneur, 42% of Business fail because there is “No market for their product or service” and 14% because ‘They ignore their customers”.   Investopedia states the Number 1 reason for business failure is “Not investigating the Market”.

Sure, you might have a product or service NO ONE wants but that’s unlikely.  In most cases, the real reason is that the appropriate market/customers for the product or service have not been defined.  One size does not fit all in your industry whether you’re a realtor, restaurant, financial planner, retailer, manufacturer, etc.

This free, Southlake Library sponsored workshop will assist in identifying YOUR targeted customer.  The focus will be on the following areas:

  • Assist you in defining your unique value proposition (what makes you different for your competition and a benefit to your customers)
  • What is your target market based on your value proposition
  • Potential market
    • Define Ideal Customer
    • Demographics (size, age, disposable income, gender, etc.)
    • Customer requirements/needs
    • What process/tools/technology to use to address this market
  • Competition
    • Who are your competitors and what are their advantages/disadvantages
    • How to compete against them
  • Improving your customer sales pipeline and improving your close rate
    • Doing the right things at the right time to convert activity into sales

This program is offered free only through the Southlake Public Library and registration is required.

Reserve Your Spot by emailing the Library at or calling them at 817-748-8247. This program will be held in Southlake Town Hall on Saturday, March 10, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Mentoring with SCORE is available at no charge weekly at the Southlake Public Library. Appointments with SCORE mentors can be made by contacting SCORE at 817-871-6002.

Small Business Workshops with Southlake Library

Is 2016 the year you launch your own small business? Help is on the way. Beginning in January, the Southlake Public Library will offer free small business workshops in partnership with SCORE of Fort Worth and the Southlake Chamber of Commerce.

For over 50 years, SCORE, a nonprofit association, has been dedicated to helping small businesses thrive. Their work is supported by the U.S. Small Business Administration and these workshops are funded by a grant to the Library from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and the Texas State Library. These workshops are open to anyone interested in learning how to start and grow their own business. Registration is required.

The Workshop Schedule is:

Starting a Small BusinessSaturday,  January 16,  9:15 am—4:00 pm

Marketing a Small Business – Saturday,  January  30, 10:00 am—12:00 pm

Sources of Capital for a Small Business – Saturday,  February  13,  10:00 am—12:00 pm

Business Plans – Saturday,  February  27,  10:00 am—2:00 pm

Workshops will be held at Southlake Town Hall, Third Floor Meeting Rooms, 1400 Main Street, Southlake, TX 76092.  More information on the workshops and registration is available at Questions about the programs can be directed to the Library at 817.748.8247.

Southlake Chamber of Commerce Hosts Community Marketing Class

Southlake can be a tough nut to crack…especially on a limited marketing budget!

For August, Mark Guilbert will speak to about increasing sales and customers through creative (and inexpensive) ways to build your brand, help the community and create a win for everyone!

Mark took his Southlake restaurant location from #600 in the chain to the top 50 in sales volume, won the highest national sales award 3 out of 4 straight years, took a small business to mid-sized status and created jobs for over 80 people! He will show us how he used destination and captive audience marketing, community organizations and involvement and created brand recognition throughout the city…..and how YOU can do this for YOUR BUSINESS!

The LAB session will include group brainstorming, marketing plans and discussion about your business and your marketing objectives. Sometimes, we ALL need a creative environment, with creative minds, to help us make it to our next level of excellence!

Learn the tips, tricks and secrets of Community Marketing in Southlake in our normal Charter Breakfast Series….and then come back the following week to apply those skills to YOUR business!

At the end of the lecture, you will be given a “homework” assignment to bring with you to the lab. This will be the information that you will need to know about your company to discuss with the other business people. There will also be time at the end of the session for general Q&A”s.


Wednesday, August 14      7:45am
DPS Main, Community Room
667 N. Carroll, Southlake, TX 76092


Wednesday, August 21       9:00am to 11am
(two- hour creative brainstorming session and marketing plan)
Southlake Chamber Conference Room

You can register for the lecture, or the lab or the combined package:

  • Lecture and Lab:
    • $40 member /  $50 non-member
  • Lecture only:
    • $15 member / $20 non-member
  • Lab only:
    • $35 member / $ 45 non-member

This series is sponsored by Charter Business