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Your location is limiting your business growth
The state you live in has too many restrictions, and the talent pool is limited.
You are fed up with regulations that limit your ability to grow and succeed. Plus – hiring was already hard. The pandemic has made it even harder.
In fact, the cost of doing business is not just keeping you from the profits you want; it’s preventing you from making the investments into your infrastructure and people that would give you momentum.
You simply can’t do business where you are anymore.
You need to move your business to a place that will help you grow, and that has an adequate talent pool. That place is Texas! Set up a call today.
Becoming Texan just became a whole lot easier
In a traditional model, you would pick up the phone and call local economic development offices. It’s up to you to figure out all the options. You’d comb through hundreds of city websites to get the necessary information.
Texas Economic Development Connection has found a better way. We want you to have accessible, comprehensive information about your options for moving your business to Texas. After one conversation about your needs, we go to work gathering all the data so you can narrow your choices quickly. All of this is at no cost to you as the business owner.
Tarrant County, with the city of Fort Worth at its center, and Dallas County, anchored by Dallas, are the region’s twin economic cores.Learn More
Northwest Texas Region
The region includes 30 counties and two metropolitan statistical areas (MSAs): the Abilene MSA, and the Wichita Falls MSA.Learn More
South Texas Region
Webb County, with the city of Laredo at its center, and Nueces County, with the city of Corpus Christi, are the region’s economic centers with a high concentration of public health, safety, education, and petroleum-related industries.Learn More
Southeast Texas Region
The diversity of its industries, including chemical and petroleum products production and forestry services, adds to the strength of the Southeast region’s economy.Learn More
Upper East Texas Region
The region features a diverse economy with both rural and urban areas. The Tyler MSA is its economic hub.Learn More
Upper Rio Grande Region
Predominantly rural with a strong urban core and a steady, consistent economy. El Paso County, with the city of El Paso at its center, is the region’s economic hub.Learn More
West Texas Region
Midland County, with Midland at its center, and Ector County, anchored by Odessa, are the region’s economic centers with a high concentration of industries revolving primarily around the extraction and transportation of oil and gas.Learn More
High Plains Region
The High Plains region is mostly rural with two large urban areas, Amarillo and Lubbock offering an unusually diverse economy.Learn More
Travis County, with the city of Austin at its center, is the region’s economic hub.Learn More
Gulf Coast Region
Harris County, with Houston at its center, is the region’s economic hub and is the state’s most diverse region.Learn More
Central Texas Region
The Central Texas region is unique in that it has three distinct economic centers: the Waco, Killeen-Temple, and College Station-Bryan MSAs.Learn More
Bexar County, with the city of San Antonio at its center, is the region’s economic hub.Learn More
Step 1 - Connect
Set up a call and tell us who you are and what challenges and opportunities you face.
Step 2 - Collect
We will send a Request For Information (RFI) to our partners across the state. They will submit information about their community for you to review.
Step 3 - Coordinate
You choose – we can set up visits and help you explore options, or you can take it from here and explore the information sent from partners, then set up your own visits.
Your Economic Guides to Texas
The Texas Economic Development Connection is a team of certified economic developers working with governmental agencies, chambers of commerce, and economic development organizations across Texas to support small businesses ready to expand or relocate to the Lone Star State. As highly experienced corporate relocation consultants, we help companies identify opportunities in Texas cities and stand prepared to help them begin their journey to becoming a Texan.
Find Your Fit
Reach out to the Texas Economic Development Connection to set up a call, and we’ll help you find your new business home in Texas