Resource pages for "Texas"-related posts for economic development professionals, corporate site selectors and site consultants.
H-E-B will add a new automated frozen distribution line in Temple. In Texarkana, Expal USA will hire 44 people at TexAmericas Center.
Among the growing green markets across the U.S. and Canada, recycling operations, electric vehicles, and supporting technology are making inroads.
To support the $5 billion project, GlobiTech has been offered a $15 million Texas Enterprise Fund (TEF) grant and other local incentives.
Elizabeth Huff, Director, Sugar Land Economic Development shares her thoughts on the Texas city’s comprehensive and proactive economic development strategy.
Caterpillar Inc. will move its global headquarters from its current location in Deerfield, IL to the company’s existing office in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
Partnerships with higher education organizations are making a clear impact on businesses today, especially regarding workforce training.
On the heels of President Biden's June 6 action to accelerate clean energy development, DOE announces solar energy research project investments.
Over the years San Antonio, TX has been known for many things but technology wasn’t necessarily one of them — until recently, that is.
Machinery and engine manufacturer Caterpillar will invest $24 million in new equipment and add 24 new jobs at its City of Schertz, TX facility.
Omni Logistics establishes new wind-powered Dallas, TX headquarters near key transportation gateways; opens three other new facilities.
Designating its Arlington, VA campus its new headquarters, the company will also develop a research and technology hub in the area to harness engineering and technical capabilities.
Pratt Industries will employ 150 workers to manufacture corrugated boxes and custom packaging at High Point 67 in Cedar Hill, TX.
Traffic control systems company MoboTrex will invest $13 million to relocate its regional headquarters to Pflugerville, TX.
Ports and Free Trade Zones have taken on much greater importance as supply chain issues increase and demand for product grows from businesses and consumers.
Operators of business and industrial parks realize that they need to offer more of everything to attract new their sites.
States are vying to attract foreign direct investment funds as cross border investments pump much needed funds into local economies.
Texas remains at the front of the pack in terms of economic development. And, interest in the Lone Star State from companies that need to relocate or expand might just be starting to heat up even more.
Emerson will invest $9 million, create at least 50 new jobs; CyberLandr’s new R&D facility will support prototype development of RV/camper designed for Tesla's Cybertruck.
Being prepared for any and every corporate relocation or expansion scenario is vital for any community seeking new business ventures. Certified sites are a good start.
The iconic DeLorean car brand is coming to San Antonio with a new business strategy. Welcome back to the show!