Texas a great place to do business. We have a fantastic range of places to locate, and we also have a climate that is appealing to business owners who want low tax rates, business-friendly legislation, access to necessary resources, and a great quality of life for their employees. Our bi-weekly posts will tell you more about some of the specifics, but here you’ll find some general information about why you want to do business in the great state of Texas.
As every business owner knows, the keys to success are location, location, and location. Texas is centrally located to the rest of the country, which gives us an advantage over states on the east and west coasts. Texas is the second most populous and the second-largest of the 50 states in the United States of America, and the largest state in the 48 contiguous United States. The state covers 268,800 square miles, and with that kind of acreage we can offer businesses a wide range of location options. We have a location for you, whether you prefer to have access to a port, to be located in the heart of a big city, to have the wide open space of the desert, to enjoy the slower pace of the country, or to be on the coast. While land use rules and regulations, the sheer volume of locations makes it easy to find one that works the best for you and your business.
There are many program in place at the state, regional and local levels that can help businesses leverage their advantage over their competitors and lower their tax rates. The state of Texas is keen on finding ways to help businesses choose us over other states, and government officials and economic developers will go out of their way to help you find the best location and to navigate the myriad rules and regulations that any business has to follow in order to operate efficiently and profitably.
Quality of Life
Texans love living in the Lone Star State. Our cost of living is low, our communities are vibrant, and the spirit of independence that embodies the state gives its citizens a choice in how they live their lives. Socialites, academics, cowboys, artists, beach bums, suburban families and high powered executives all call Texas home, and there is a place for everyone who wants to live here. And because they are also extremely loyal, Texans go out of their way to patronize the businesses who do business here.