Here Is Why...
It’s the right time.
Businesses from around the globe are coming to the Research Valley. Companies like vaccine manufacturers FujiFilm Diosynth Biotechnology Texas and iBio are growing the region’s Biocorridor. Axis Pipe and Tube’s highly automated, state-of-the-art facility is impacting the energy sector and Wayfair’s new 450 employee service center is revolutionizing internet shopping experiences. These businesses and many more are catalyzing related investments in transportation and logistics, advanced materials, life sciences and IT.
Isn’t it time your company considered the Research Valley?
“Number 1 in Texas for Best Small Places for Business and Careers” Forbes
“Among top 15 fastest growing cities in U.S. for lasting cycle of growth” WalletHub
Located for results.
Unique connectivity to three of the largest metros in the U.S. will place your business in the center of 70 percent of the population of Texas. By 2050, over 35 million people are projected to live in The Texas Triangle mega-region of Dallas-Fort Worth, San Antonio and Houston. Add access to the Port of Houston global distribution network, rail -served sites, and one of the fastest internet highways in the nation (with up to 1 gigabit per second download speed) and what does it mean?
Your business is perfectly positioned for maximum results in minimum time.
“Fastest Growing U.S. Metros” U.S. Census Bureau
“Most affordable U.S. Cities” NerdWallet
“America’s Most Internet-Connected Cities” Governing
An educated choice.
Ready for a performance boost? The region is an international leader in engineering, agriculture and biomedical innovations through the presence of world-class infrastructure and expertise within the Texas A&M System, Texas A&M University, and several key state research and extension agencies – all headquartered in the Research Valley. In addition, the Texas Engineering Extension Service (TEEX) and Blinn College are partnering on critical workforce training and technical education.
The choice for industry is clear! Leverage world-class university infrastructure and over 77,000 students to boost business productivity, not costs.
“Best Cities for College Grads” Xfinity
“Top College Towns” American Institute for Economic Research
“Great Town-Gown Relations” The Princeton Review
Cool things to do.
Sample a new wine at the Texas Wine and Steak Festival. Peruse an international art exhibit at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum or cross the finish line at the BCS Marathon! With retail, dining and culture, the Research Valley’s work-life balance creates a healthy, relaxed atmosphere for employees, families and friendships to thrive.
“Best Cities for Work-Life Balance” NerdWallet
“America’s Friendliest Small Town” Rand McNally/USA Today
“No. 3 Great Places to Live” Kiplinger