Economic Development

The state of Texas is a national leader in economic development and is ranked as one of the best places to do business in the country. Many companies have moved to Texas to take advantage of its skilled workforce, transportation infrastructure, education opportunities, climate, low taxes, competitive workers’ compensation rates, tort reform initiatives and economic incentives. Founded over a century ago in Texas and with offices in Austin, Dallas and Houston, Gardere is uniquely positioned to provide businesses key insight and assistance when considering Texas as their new business home.

Our team has personal experience and expertise in the development of Texas economic development laws and programs, a working relationship with key state and municipal decision-makers and legislators on economic development programs, and a high professional standard focused on our clients’ needs, the needs of their companies and the needs of their employees.

We also offer key assistance and contacts for international trade and commerce with an office located in Mexico City and practice groups focused on Asia, Central and South America, and Europe.

Let Gardere lead you into a prosperous future with your economic development endeavors and help you obtain all available state and local incentives for your Texas relocation or expansion.

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