Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. TEF articles below.
The move from California to Dallas will result in more than 100 jobs and $4M in capital investment, with help from a $1.3M Texas Enterprise Fund grant.
Schneider Electric plans to expand its facility in El Paso to house a new custom engineered-to-order power control business line, targeting data centers, hospitals and other customers with mission-critical electrical continuity requirements.
The Lone Star State’s job-creating juggernaut shows no signs of abating as new projects proliferate across a broad range of industries.
Manufacturing, sales and marketing, corporate and financial services headquarters to unify in new, shared campus.
To date, the TEF has invested over $519 million and closed the deal on projects generating 71,075 new jobs and more than $23.6 billion in capital investment in the state.
With this TEF investment, the company plans to establish a new facility in Austin to support its cloud-based health information technology services platform.
Gov. Rick Perry has been barnstorming the country, extolling the virtues of doing business in the Lone Star State. He’s packin’ a lot of ammo: Texas leads in job-creating projects and in attracting relocations. From the September/October 2013 issue.
This TEF investment will support the company's new manufacturing facilities aligned to Dow's performance plastics franchise, which will produce a range of polyolefins and elastomer products using ethylene produced at the company's new ethylene unit in Texas.