Home to some of the fastest growing regions in the state, North Texas has long been recognized for its low-cost, low-tax and high-quality business environment.
Dallas-Fort Worth, in particular, has been a magnet for corporate headquarters and major company operations, attracting 20 Fortune 500 company headquarters and 39 headquarters among the Fortune 1000.
Fort Worth is home to companies like Facebook, Amazon and Galderma, which selected the region in recent years, thanks to its robust and growing labor pool, central location and cost-effective environment.
Home to major employers including Tyson and Texas Instruments, Sherman-Denison is a hub for information technology and manufacturing, while Wichita Falls boasts a strong aerospace and aviation cluster, with employers including Pratt & Whitney.
Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, the highest capacity commercial airport in the world and one of two international gateway airports in Texas, is an economic engine for the entire state, while Dallas Love Field serves as the headquarters for Southwest Airlines.