Economic development agencies, chambers of commerce, and other organizations and businesses to help with your relocation or expansion:
Dallas Regional Chamber
The Chamber serves as a single point of contact for companies, site selection consultants and corporate real estate executives examining the region.
700 North Pearl Street, Suite 1200, Dallas, TX 75201 (Map & Aerial View)
Build NB is a non-profit umbrella organization that serves as the public/private partnership involving the New Braunfels via Comal County, the City and their 4B board, the Greater New Braunfels Economic Development Foundation and the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce. Its role is to provide a confidential, single point of contact and offer corporate support for businesses looking to create new jobs in the area by relocating new business or helping existing ones.
390 S. Seguin Ave., New Braunfels, TX 78130 (Map & Aerial View)
(830) 625-7918 Fax
City Of Schulenburg
The Greater Schulenburg Chamber of Commerce promotes & develops business opportunities for Chamber members, resulting in increased quality of life for the community.
618 N. Main St., Schulenburg, TX 78956 (Map & Aerial View)
(979) 743-4514 or (866) 504-5294
(979) 743-9155 Fax
Southeast Dallas Chamber Of Commerce
Fostering a healthy and sustainable business climate
P.O. Box 170132, Dallas, TX 75217 (Map & Aerial View)
Alamo Chamber Of Commerce & Visitors Bureau
The Alamo area was originally known as 'Agostadero de Alamo' (Pasture of the Cottonwood Trees). A part of Mexico, it was administered from Reynosa, and was rich in wildlife. Karankawa Indians lived here and in the 1700s Spanish land grant recipients started cattle ranching. The land was cleared in the 1920s and Alamo was incorporated in 1924. Thousands of newcomers moved in, mostly farmers from the Midwest and Mexico. Many Alamo families have lived here for three generations.
803 Main St., Alamo, TX 78516 (Map & Aerial View)
Athens Economic Development Corp.
The AEDC was formed in 1989 by the voters of Athens, which permits the Corporation to receive funds from a half-cent sales tax collected for economic development. Funds received by AEDC are used to promote the economic growth & vitality of Athens and provide the Corporation certain flexibility within State guidelines to assist companies with manufacturing, R&D, Transportation, Recycling, Distribution, Job Training, Headquarter facilities & city parks.
201 W. Corsicana St., Ste. 3, Athens, TX 75751 (Map & Aerial View)
(903) 675-4830 Fax
Canton Economic Development Corporation
Addt:. Web: www.visitcantontx.com | It is the Corporation's mission to improve the bus. envir. & overall econ. opportunity for Canton through target bus. attraction, real estate dev., community promotion, collaborative ptnrshps. & other appropriate econ. dev. initiatives. Located right of I-20 & 60 min. from Dallas, TX, contact us today if you are looking for a growing community with an exciting new future! A Texas Main St. & Texas Certified Retirement Community.
119 N. Buffalo St., Canton, TX 75103 (Map & Aerial View)
(903) 567-1851 or (877) 462-7467
Denton Economic Development Partnership
The mission of the Partnership is the proactive promotion of an environment in Denton that encourages commercial and industrial development consistent with providing a supporting tax base to balance increasing residential growth, providing sufficient career opportunities, and improving the quality of life.
414 Parkway, Denton, TX 76201 (Map & Aerial View)
Development Corp. Of Snyder
The DCOS's mission is to use a designated portion of the local sales tax and other revenues to assess the community's needs, develop plans to meet those needs, coordinate community development efforts and support activities which enhance the quality of life in the community. It accomplishes this by developing and maintaining working relationships between the public and private sectors and furthering the development of commercial and industrial enterprises.
3610 College Ave., Snyder, TX 79549 (Map & Aerial View)
(325) 573-1849 Fax
Edinburg Economic Development Corporation
The EEDC plays a key role in assisting companies to expand, while helping attract new business and industry to Edinburg. It provides services such as site selection assistance, real estate database of properties and buildings, business seminars and job training assistance.
602 West University Drive, Edinburg, TX 78539 (Map & Aerial View)
El Paso Regional Economic Development Corporation
The El Paso Regional Economic Development Corporation (REDCo) is a nonprofit organization funded primarily by the local private sector providing confidential, no-fee consultation to business and industry interested in relocating or expanding their operations to El Paso.
201 East Main Street, Suite 1711, El Paso, TX 79901 (Map & Aerial View)
Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber works with the area's existing business base through a proactive business contact program to capitalize on strengths and identify weaknesses in the region, and to facilitate solutions to issues impacting success. Staff members also work closely with local government entities and business.
777 Taylor St., Fort Worth, TX 76102 (Map & Aerial View)
Gonzales Chamber Of Commerce
Gonzales is one of the most historic towns in Texas and where the first shot was fired in the battle for Texas independence!
414 Saint Lawrence St., Gonzales, TX 78629 (Map & Aerial View)
Graham Industrial Assn./Graham Economic Improvement Assn.
The Graham Industrial Association was founded in 1956. For over 50 years, the Association has been the leading proponent for economic growth in Graham. It has played a part in creating over 1000 jobs and has seen the development of over 1 million sq ft of industrial buildings. Companies that have located through the Association have had annualized payrolls in excess of 10 million dollars.
429 Fourth St., Graham, TX 76450 (Map & Aerial View)
(940) 549-5030 Fax
Greater Austin Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber helps build a strong community by connecting its members to people, business, and issues important to business success. It provides unique opportunities for its business leaders to influence civic, social, and business initiatives that support community growth.
210 Barton Springs Road, Suite 400, Austin, TX 78704 (Map & Aerial View)
Greater Houston Partnership
The Greater Houston Partnership comprises the Chamber of Commerce, Economic Development and International Business. The Partnership is the primary advocate of Houston's business community and is dedicated to building regional economic prosperity.
1200 Smith St., Ste. 700, Houston, TX 77002 (Map & Aerial View)
(713) 844-0250 Fax
Greater San Marcos Partnership
Fast growing Hays & Caldwell County region. Ideally located along IH-35 half way between Austin & San Antonio. Municipal airport. Texas State University. STAR Park technology incubator. Near two international airports. Many local & state incentives available. Hot job market. Sizable & well-trained workforce. Low cost of living. Abundant developable land. Outstanding quality of life. Welcome to greater San Marcos!
1340 Wonder World Dr., Ste. 108, San Marcos, TX 78666 (Map & Aerial View)
Henderson Area Chamber Of Commerce
The Henderson Area Chamber of Commerce is a fully active organization comprised of businesses that help to shape the economy, promote community awareness & set the pace for the future of Henderson, Texas, and the surrounding area.
201 N. Main St., Henderson, TX 75652 (Map & Aerial View)
Henrietta Growth Corp.
The city's economic development activities are coordinated by Henrietta Growth Corporation (HGC) located in the city offices. Since its inception, HCG has provided much needed funds to assist local businesses. Members of the board are currently searching for entrepreneurs interested in opening or expanding businesses in Henrietta.
101 N. Main St., Henrietta, TX 76365 (Map & Aerial View)
(940) 538-4974 Fax
Kennedale Chamber Of Commerce
Kennedale Chamber of Commerce meets the needs of our members by fostering a vibrant business environment through communication, education, advocacy, and retention.
P.O. Box 1552, Kennedale, TX 76060 (Map & Aerial View)
Lufkin/Angelina County Economic Development
Business Retention and Expansion are the #1 priority of the Lufkin Angelina County Economic Development Team. Knowing that over 70% of new jobs are created by current companies it's no wonder why we prioritize our current industry and focus on creating the type of business environment that incentivizes companies to reinvest in our community.
300 E. Shepherd, Lufkin, TX 75901 (Map & Aerial View)
(936) 634-7235 Fax
Marshall Economic Development Corp.
Texas State Technical College in Marshall offers certificates and associate degrees leading to exciting careers in advanced technical fields. MEDC and TSTC work together to enhance and promote economic and workforce development in East Texas.
2660 E. End Blvd. S., Marshall, TX 75672 (Map & Aerial View)
(903) 934-8036 Fax
McCamey Economic Development
The EDC strives to promote economic development and business diversification in McCamey by using the following objectives: creating new jobs, realizing a net gain in property taxes collected, and collecting additional sales tax, making improvements that will result in McCamey being a more attractive place for living, visiting, or investing.
215 E. 6th St., McCamey, TX 79752 (Map & Aerial View)
McKinney Chamber of Commerce
The Chamber is a membership-based organization that advocates for, and works with, member businesses. It is approximately 1,200 members strong, representing businesses of all sizes.
2150 S. Central Expressway, Suite 150, McKinney, TX 75070 (Map & Aerial View)
Menard County Chamber Of Commerce
In our little historic town, we are a membership based organization working together to improve & invite folks to our town of 1400.
P.O. Box 64, Menard, TX 76859 (Map & Aerial View)
(325) 396-4545 Fax
Palestine Economic Development
The Citizens of Palestine have set aside a significant portion of sales tax proceeds to be used for economic development. The City created the Palestine Economic Development Corporation (PEDC) to offer incentives to businesses that want toexpand or relocate in Palestine.
100 Willow Creek Pkwy., Suite A, Palestine, TX 75801 (Map & Aerial View)
(903) 729-4500 Fax
Pasadena Chamber of Commerce
To promote economic development & community growth to ensure the prosperity of Pasadena's businesses & citizens.
4334 Fairmont Pkwy., Pasadena, TX 77504 (Map & Aerial View)
San Augustine County Chamber Of Commerce
We promote the businesses of our chamber members and promote tourism in San Augustine County.
611 W. Columbia St., San Augustine, TX 75972 (Map & Aerial View)
Texas Economic Development Council
The TEDC is a one-stop shop for ideas, information, and influence. It is the largest state association of economic development professionals, volunteers, and elected officials. Its diverse members share a common goal -- bringing new investment and jobs to Texas.
1011 San Jacinto, Suite 650, Austin, TX 78701 (Map & Aerial View)
US Small Business Admin., West Texas District Office
Our mission is to aid & assist small businesses through the provision of access to capital, procurement assistance, counseling & training for businesses. We also provide disaster assistance & advocacy for small businesses.
1205 Texas Ave., Rm. 408, Lubbock, TX 79401 (Map & Aerial View)
Texas Industrial News:
Texas Gained 32,000 Manufacturing Jobs Over Past Year
Looking to reach Texas manufacturers? Access the Texas Manufacturers Database compiled by MNI.
*Manufacturing stats updated on 12/3/2013. All other stats updated on 12/3/2013. Listings updated on 12/8/2013.