Economic development creates opportunities to grow state, local and metro areas, which are essential for economic growth, improved quality of life and community development. Texas Enterprise Fund articles below.
The drinking water dispenser company will invest $1.6 million and create up to 164 jobs in Grapevine, TX.
Microsoft will create 575 new jobs at its Irving, TX operations with help from a nearly $5 million Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) grant.
The new high-tech dental manufacturing lab in Kyle, TX will create 850 new jobs, with help from the Texas Enterprise Fund.
The company will establish a new composites manufacturing facility in Seguin, TX, creating 200 new jobs.
The transportation and delivery company will invest more than $75 million in its new U.S. General and Administrative Hub in Dallas, TX.
The Professional Golfers’ Association of America's headquarters relocation will bring $30 million in capital investment and a minimum of 100 new jobs to Frisco, TX.
The new headquarters will create nearly 1,500 new job in San Antonio, TX with help from a Texas Enterprise Fund grant.
With the help of a $3.4M Texas Enterprise Fund grant, the India-based company will develop its steel manufacturing infrastructure in Baytown, TX.
A $3.9-million Texas Enterprise Fund grant sealed the deal for a $12-million expansion by the research and advisory firm.
The family-owned chicken products company will build a new processing plant in Greenville, TX with help from a Texas Enterprise Fund grant.
The IT services provider will create 6,377 new jobs and invest more than $28 million in Plano with help from the Texas Enterprise Fund.
The HVAC equipment maker will move the operation to its Rosenberg, TX headquarters, investing $6M and creating 150 jobs.
The company will invest more than $5.2 million in Fort Worth, TX to expand its supply management, logistics, and transportation management operations.
The printing company will create more than 100 jobs, invest over $3.5M in Irving, TX with the help of a Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) award.
The financial services company's new $100 million Westlake, TX campus will create at least 1,200 new jobs over the next 10 years.
The maintenance, repair and operating product supplier will invest $3.9 million and create 200 jobs at its new San Antonio, TX facility.
The global news and information company will invest $6 million and create at least 250 new jobs in Texas.
Galderma’s expansion will include the addition of a 100,000-square-foot facility, a $22 million capital investment and the creation of 342 new jobs.
A Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) grant of $9.75 million has been offered to the San Francisco-based healthcare services and IT company.
General Motors Financial Company, Inc. will build a new 100,000-square-foot financial servicing center in San Antonio, TX, creating up to 500 new jobs within the next four years.
GRI Renewable industries ended the 2014 fiscal year with manufacturing capacity of approximately 1500 towers and about 3,000 employees.
Kubota Tractor Corporation is the U.S. marketer and distributor of Kubota-engineered and manufactured machinery and equipment, including a complete line of tractors.
There’s no "mercy" rule in economic development: the Lone Star State keeps crushing the competition.
Gov. Perry announces TEF investments bringing new Charles Schwab facility to El Paso and deepening company’s roots in Austin.
Gov. Perry and local officials thank Klein Tools for bringing jobs to Mansfield, TX.
With this TEF investment, the company plans to establish a new facility in Austin to support its cloud-based health information technology services platform.
Low taxes, tort reform, a growing population and the availability of a skilled workforce are tough to beat when
the Lone Star State competes for new jobs. From the September/October 2013 issue.
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.