|Texas Counties/Cities : US Census Bureau||Oncor Economic Development|
|Office of the Governor||Texas Eco Development Council|
|Texas Department of Information Resources||America Electric Power Economic Development|
|Dallas - Plano - Irving Metropolitan Division|
Known internationally as the Telecom Corridor(R), Richardson, TX is a first-ring suburb of Dallas. It is home to over 600 high-tech companies including Samsung, Cisco, AT&T and Texas Instruments. Projected to become DFW's Tier One institution, the University of Texas at Dallas is a leading business and research university with nearly 20,000 students. Richardson has access to three major highways and four light-rail stations, giving it DFW's highest concentration of white collar workers in a 15-30 minute commute.
Economic Development Corp
Outstanding retailer's demographics . On I-35E & Lake Lewisville, on one of the most popular lakes in Texas. 30 minutes north of Dallas. DFW International & Dallas Love Field within 40 minute drive. Daily traffic over 125,000 AVD. One of area's lowest property tax rates. Fine quality of life --"A good bet for quiet, hassle-free, safe living. Seventeen available properties specifications." Business incentives considered on case-by-case basis for new and expanding businesses. Business incentive qualifications and procedures detailed on website.
Irving Economic Development Partnership
Pro-business city with international business center and commitment to growth. Strategically located in the center of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex and adjacent to DFW International Airport in the central time zone. Home to more than 9,000 companies -- including global headquarters of five Fortune 500 companies. Highly educated, skilled, diverse, multinational workforce. Wide range of economic incentives that are creatively applied. Irving's Economic Development Partnership assists businesses with site selection, incentives, permitting, zoning, training and networking. Irving, Texas .. where you have a Local Address with Global Access.
Prosper Economic Development Corp
Young, talented, vibrant community with 31% growth in past year. A great place to raise a family and build a business. 35 miles north of Dallas on North Dallas Tollway and Route 380 EW. Provides access to entire Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Traffic study on website. Access to skilled workers. High median incomes and low cost of living provides high standard of living. Incentives on a case by case basis -- may include tax abatements and site selection assistance.
North of Ordinary. At the crossroads of I-35 West & I-35 East. Denton Airport is the premier general aviation facility for North Texas. Onsite links to available land & buildings, demographic data, maps, incentives, quality of life & business resources.
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|Hickory Creek Economic Development Corp||Richardson Eco Development|
|The Colony Economic Development Corp||DeSoto Economic Development Corp|
|Irving Economic Development Partnership||Cedar Hill Economic Development Corp|
|Denton Economic Development Partnership||Lewisville Economic Dev|
|Forney Economic Development Corp||Kemp Economic Development Corp|
|Plano Economic Development Board||Prosper Economic Development Corp|
|McKinney Eco Dev Corp.||Whitesboro Economic Development Corp|
|Garland Economic Development Partnership||Mesquite Economic Dev|
|Sherman Economic Dev Corp||Lancaster Economic Dev|
|Carrollton Economic Development||Midlothian Eco Dev Com|
|Rockwall Economic Dev||Royse City Economic Development Corp|
|Sulphur Springs-Hopkins County Eco Dev Corp||Sachse Economic Development Corp|
|Dallas Economic Development||Dallas Chamber of Commerce|
|Grand Prairie Economic Development||Rowlett Economic Dev.|
|Frisco Economic Dev Bd|
|Fort Worth-Arlington Metropolitan Division|
Hurst-Euless-Bedford Economic Development Foundation
Location, location, location. Hub of transportation to the nation & the world. Three prosperous, well-educated communities. On Trinity Railway Express hassle-free commuter rail connection between downtown Dallas, DFW International Airport, & downtown Fort Worth. Convenience of Burlington Northern Santa Fe Intermodal Facility, commerce-friendly Alliance Airport & network of major freeways. Healthy business climate. Average household income above $75,000. Low crime, great school district, educated and skilled workers. Onsite links to each community and fact sheets covering details on demographics, business & industry, education.
Weatherford Economic Development Authority
The New Urban City of the DFW Metroplex. Emerging Regional Retail Center with 840,000 SF of new Power Centers since 2005. Shovel-ready, low-cost industrial park with services. 25 miles west of Fort Worth on lH-20. 27,050 city/ 126,000 county population. 40%-plus growth since 2000.
Comfortably growing, 3500 population community just off I-35 and SH 114 north of Fort Worth, close to the Alliance Corridor, Denton and DFW Metroplex. Businesses range from retail to industrial. Positive business climate, growing and thriving. Award-winning schools. Four real estate developments.
|Hurst-Euless-Bedford Eco Dev Foundation||Weatherford Economic Development Authority|
|Justin Economic Development Corp||Euless Economic Development|
|Colleyville Economic Development||Hurst Economic Development|
|Benbrook Economic Dev||Gainesville Economic Development Corp|
|Decatur Economic Development Corp||Granbury-Hood County Economic Dev Council|
|Richland Hills Eco Dev||Johnson County Economic Dev Board|
|City of Ennis Economic Development||Keller Economic Dev|
|Fort Worth Ch of Commerce||White Settlement Economic Development|
|Bedford Economic Development||Flower Mound Economic Development|
|Arlington Economic Development||Haslet Economic Development Corp|
Economic Development Corp
One of Texas' top Micropolitan Cities. Lufkin is an aggressive, pro-business, financially strong community that serves as the Regional HUB of Central-East Texas for employment, healthcare, retail & hospitality. Lufkin is convenient to the Ports of Houston and Beaumont as well as Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio & Shreveport. Lufkin enjoys 58 MGD available water (treated & untreated) to serve the 310-acre Industrial Rail Park and over 1200 developable industrial acres and boasts property taxes among the lowest in Texas.
Kilgore, Texas, is located on Interstate 20, 120 miles east of Dallas and 60
miles west of Shreveport, Louisiana. With an area population of almost 20,000,
the town combines small town charm with the characteristics of a larger
community such as a high-tech industrial base where 22% of the workforce are
employed in the manufacturing sector, an outstanding public school system, a
community college, abundant recreational activities and extraordinary cultural
events. Join us. It's just brighter here.
Kilgore, Texas, is located on Interstate 20, 120 miles east of Dallas and 60 miles west of Shreveport, Louisiana. With an area population of almost 20,000, the town combines small town charm with the characteristics of a larger community such as a high-tech industrial base where 22% of the workforce are employed in the manufacturing sector, an outstanding public school system, a community college, abundant recreational activities and extraordinary cultural events. Join us. It's just brighter here.
Open for Opportunities. Progressive community between Longview and Shreveport on I-20. Strong, quality workforce. Cost of living 20% below national average. Progressive public schools. 9 institutes of higher learning within 40 minutes. Technical training available. Marshall Business park with most infrastructure in-place -- sewer potable water, utilities, rail service. 250 acres available. Business Development Center with economical, efficient services for new businesses meetings/conference rooms, shipping/receiving service, custodial services.
|Marshall Economic Development Corp||Bonham Economic Development Corp|
|Lufkin Economic Development Corp||
Economic Development Corp
|Longview Economic Development Corp||Lindale Economic Development Corp|
|Fairfield Industrial Development Corp||Paris Economic Development Corp|
|Alba Economic Development Corp||Mount Vernon Economic Development Corp|
|Greenville Development Board||Texarkana Economic Development|
|East Texas Economic Dev Co||Nacogdoches Economic Dev Corp|
|Upshur County Economic Development Board||Denison Development Alliance|
|Emory Economic Development Corp||White Oak Economic Development|
|Wood County Industrial Commission||Atlanta City Development Corp|
|Henderson Economic Development Corp|
Matagorda County Economic Development Corp
Energy Cluster -- agricultural, chemical, power production assets. Nuclear plant. State-of -the-art coal power plant. Three chemical plants. Salt dome caverns for oil, gas storage. Multiple oil, gas lines.Rail; barge service. High capacity transmission grid. Air quality attainment. Surface, ground & brackish water supplies. Ample open land.
Mike Mullis, President of J. M. Mullis.
To see their website and the kind of clients they represent click anywhere on the quote above.
|Greater Fort Bend Economic Development Council||Matagorda County Economic Development Corp|
|Lufkin/Angelina County Eco Dev Partnership||Houston Port Region Economic Alliance|
|Eco Dev Partnership (South Montgomery Co)||Victoria Economic Dev Corp|
|East Texas Regional Dev Corp||Seabrook Economic Dev Corp|
|Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce||Waller Economic Development Corp|
|Eco Dev Alliance for Brazoria Co||Nederland Economic Development Corp|
|Crockett Economic Development||San Benito Economicl Development Authority|
|Rosenberg Economic Development Corp||Madison County Economic Development Corp|
|Huntsville-Walker Co Ch of Com||Jasper Economic Development|
|Baytown/West Chambers Co Eco Dev||Alvin Economic Development|
|Silsbee Economic Development||Webster Economic Development|
Texas Economic Development
|Sugar Land Economic Development|
|Greater Houston Partnership||Katy Area Economic Development Council|
|East Montgomery County Improvement District||North Houston Economic Development Council|
|Greater Conroe Economic Dev Council||Port Arthur Chamber of Commerce|
|El Campo City Development Corp||Polk County Eco & Industrial Development Corp|
Brownsville Economic Development Council
“North America’s Best Cost-Effective City” Southernmost tip of Texas. Mexican sister city, Matamoros,Tamaulipas. Hub for international trade/commerce Solid infrastructure & logistics. Pro-business climate. Young, skilled workforce. Low labor costs, cost of living. Year-round pleasant climate. Most kinds of sports and outdoor activities.
|Corpus Christi Regional Economic Development Cor||Brownsville Economic Development Council|
|Alamo Economic Development||Rio South Texas Economic Development Council|
|McAllen/Reynosa Economic Development||Zapata County Economic Development Center|
|Laredo Dev Foundation||Port Isabel Economic Development Corp|
|Starr County Industrial Foundation||Weslaco Economic Development Corp|
|Edinburg Economic Development||San Patricio County Economic Development|
|Mission Economic Development Authority||Greater Kingsville Economic Dev Council|
|Maverick County Development Corp||Harlingen Economic Development|
|Central Texas-Austin, San Antonio, Waco|
Economic Development Corp
Growing opportunity, building a community Northeast of San Antonio on IH-35, 9 miles from IH-10, in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Diverse industry including automotive, aerospace, manufacturing, engineering, technology, healthcare, financial & construction. Well-trained, available workforce -- 400,000 within 30 minute commute. Trade area of 150,000 provides customer base for new retailers. New Civic/Convention Center provides attractive, high-tech facility for meetings. Low livings costs, city/county/school district taxes. Moderate home prices. 13 colleges/technical schools within 30 minute commute.
San Marcos Partnership
Fast growing Hays and Caldwell County region. Ideally located along IH-35 between Austin and San Antonio. Municipal airport. Texas State University. STAR Park technology incubator. Near two international airports. Low cost of living. Abundant developable land. Outstanding quality of life.
Cameron Industrial Foundation
Enjoy the less stressful pace of country living while remaining close to the growth triangle of Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio. Lower land and labor costs. Proximity to Scott & White, the Texas Bioscience Institute and Texas A&M mean Cameron is ideal for biotechnical, agricultural, regional distribution and sales offices. Incentives available.
|Cameron Industrial Foundation||Greater New Braunfels Ch of Commerce|
|Brenham Economic Development Foundation||Greater Austin Ch of Commerce|
Economic Development Corp
|Copperas Cove Economic Development Corp|
|Palestine Economic Development Corp||Bexar County Economic Development|
|Bryan Business Council||Temple Economic Development Corp|
|Greater Waco Chamber of Commerce||Brady Economic Development Corp|
|Research Valley||Temple Economic Dev Corp|
|Round Rock Economic Dev||Bastrop Economic Development Corp|
|Uvalde Area Development Foundation||Georgetown Economic Development|
|Greater Killeen Ch of Commerce||Eco Dev Foundation of Brenham|
|College Station Eco Development||Marble Falls Economic Dev Corp|
|Buffalo Economic Dev Corp||McGregor Economic Dev|
|Fairfield Industrial Development||Central Texas Economic Corridor|
|Windcrest Economic Development||Austin Economic Growth & Redevelopment|
|Hillsboro Economic Development||San Antonio Eco. Dev. Foundation|
|Kyle Economic Development||Leander Economic Development|
|Sealy Economic Development||Elgin Economic Development|
|Kendall County Economic Development Corp||Hutto Economic Development Corp|
|Live Oak Economic Development Corp||Schertz Economic Development Corp|
A hard working town with growing population and employment - an inexpensive place to live and operate a business. Best business climate in the state (Texas Business Magazine). Pleasant, mild, 4-season high-plains climate. Fiscally conservative, efficient city government with lowest property taxes in Texas for over-20,000 population cities, low electricity costs. Cash grants, interest-free loans for creating jobs. State and local incentives in Enterprise Zone. Foreign Trade Zone benefits international business. Detailed descriptions and photos of available properties.
Midland Development Corp
Midland, Texas, your Energy Epi-Center, at the top of the list for Aviation and Business/Professional Services. With a proven track record of attracting businesses, we can assist you as your organization grows and prospers. A reputation that precedes our name: Midland was named the Top City for Doing Business by Inc.com, One of the Top 5 Cities in the US for Business Location by Business Facilities, and the #1 Best Performing Small City in America by the Milken Institute. Midland, Texas -- A Great Place to Raise a Business.
The High Ground of
The High Ground of Texas is a regional economic development coalition that covers the northern 60 counties in Texas. The organization's primary focus is to market the region to new and expanding businesses, to promote opportunities that exist within the region, and to assist in the site selection process. Regional data is available on available sites, services, products, suppliers, incentives, funding sources, transportation, available labor, training sources, and other issues pertinent to your success. Contact us to find out why so many national companies have made their home in the High Ground of Texas!
|The High Ground of Texas||
Economic Development Corp
|Odessa Development Corp||Midland Development Corp|
|Abilene Industrial Foundation||Brownwood Economic Development|
|Big Spring Economic Development Corp||Business Dev Corp. (Vernon)|
|El Paso City Economic Development||Sweetwater Enterprise for Economic Development|
|San Angelo Ch of Commerce||Andrews Economic Development Corp|
|Wichita Falls Board of Com||Lubbock Economic Development Alliance|
|Seminole Economic Development Corp||Snyder Economic Development Corp|
|El Paso Regional Economic Development Corp|