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Resources, tips and tools to build a stronger Texas workforce.
Find resources to help Texas recruit and retain the businesses and talent needed to compete globally and prepare for jobs now and for the future. Explore economic development resources and partnerships to create and attract wealth to your region.
Develop a partnership with regional workforce developers and find workforce solutions. Services include job posting and placement, assistance with recruiting, retention, training, tax and hiring incentives.
To promote your community or region beyond Texas join TexasOne, a non-profit program that manages major marketing funds for promoting Texas economic development.
Learn about the Texas Economic Development Council (TEDC), a statewide professional association dedicated to the development of economic and employment opportunities in Texas. TEDC hosts webinars, workshops, courses and conferences.
Find information about domestic and international business recruitment and corporate expansion efforts for Texas through the Office of the Governor's Economic Development & Tourism division. Research grants, funds and programs that assist Texas employers, including the Enterprise Fund and Emerging Technology Fund.
Explore regional occupational and industry information including emerging and evolving occupations and "green" industries, use analysis tools, view statistics and more.
Access a wide range of technical assistance and economic development services including rural tourism development, strategic planning, baseline community reports, workforce analysis, manufacturing assistance, emergency planning, market research and technical training.
See what help is available for current and prospective small businesses in your region. Find information on starting a business, loans and grants, business law, and more from the Small Business Administration (SBA).
Find economic development guidance, data analysis and tools.
Find out about Skills Development funding to develop customized training for private-sector employees in Texas, for companies large and small.
Find resources and tools that specifically target agricultural and rural businesses.
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