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Texas Directory of Economic Development Organizations

Texas Directory of Economic Development Organizations.

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Texas Governor Greg Abbott

Texas Governor Greg Abbott

  • Capital: Austin
  • Population (2015 Est.): 27,469,114
  • Largest Cities (2015): Houston, 2,296,224; San Antonio, 1,469,845; Dallas, 1,300,092; Austin, 931,830; Fort Worth, 833,319
  • Targeted Industries: Advanced Technologies & Manufacturing, Aerospace & Defense, Biotechnology & Life Sciences, Information & Computer Technology, Petroleum Refining & Chemical Products, Energy
  • Key Incentives: Texas Enterprise Fund, Skills Development Fund, R&D Tax Credit, Capital Fund Real Estate Development & Infrastructure Program, State Sales & Use Tax Exemptions, Enterprise Zone Program
  • GDP (All Industry 2015): $1.6 trillion*

*Bureau of Economic Analysis, U.S. Department of Commerce


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Cedar Hill, TX Economic Development Corporation

Allison J.H. Thompson, CEcD, EDFP
Director of Economic Development
285 Uptown Boulevard, Building 100
Cedar Hill, TX 75104
972-291-5132, ext. 5

20 minutes from downtown Dallas and 30 minutes from DFW International Airport, Cedar Hill has the business climate and array of economic development services and incentives to help businesses thrive.


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