Texas vs. California Economy: Which State is Best for Business?
Texas and California are the nation’s most populous states. Both tout the United States’ largest GDP, a comprehensive indicator of economic size and health. The Lone Star and Golden States are veritable powerhouses that attract corporate headquarters, talent, and capital,…Read More
Relocating Business to Texas
The most commonly cited reasons that drive businesses to relocate and move to another state are increasing regulatory and tax burdens, high real estate prices and cost of living, as well as a dwindling talent pool and the need for…Read More
How Millennial Entrepreneurs Are Reviving the Small Towns of Texas
The more populated cities of Texas offer many urban amenities that Millennials seek–hip restaurants and bars, a thriving music scene, entertainment, outdoor recreation, and a diversity of career opportunities. But the appeal of urban life has been tempered by skyrocketing…Read More
How Did the Bluebonnet Become a Symbol of Texas?
Texas is a beautiful state with a rich legacy built from a mixture of lore and grit. Its history is only eclipsed by the power of its legends and symbols. There are several recognizable symbols – like the Lone Star…Read More
Gov. Abbott: Why ‘Made in Texas’ is such a powerful global...
Freedom is a magnet. We saw more evidence of that when Tesla recently announced plans to move its headquarters from California to Texas—joining a growing list of companies that have made the same move. The fact is, Texas is by far the most popular…Read More
Texas’ natural beauty as diverse as the state itself
Texas’s natural beauty and quality of life are among the state’s draws for business decision-makers considering a move here. Travel and Tourism Week, May 2-8, is an opportune time to see what Texas has to offer. Take an online tour…Read More