Dallas, Texas has a cornucopia of business opportunities, from a burgeoning white-collar sector to a flourishing entrepreneurship scene. For startups thinking about locating in Dallas, look no further than the Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce. According to the Chamber, doing business in Dallas is 5% cheaper than the national average, partially due to the 0% state income tax.
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Not surprisingly, Dallas has a great deal of amenities commensurate with it being the 9th largest city in the United States, between San Diego and San Jose. The metro area is actually quite larger, and commonly includes the Fort Worth area, a neighboring city which by itself is the 15th largest in the US.
Luckily for businesses moving to the DFW area, a highly-skilled and hard-working multicultural workforce is available, with a population growth of 1 million plus people within the past few years. Part of the rationale for business location in the DFW area is its centralized location. The Dallas-Fort Worth airport is the third busiest in the world (passengers and cargo), and its southern central positioning offers a perfect intermediary between NY and LA, including train travel.
Despite a smaller population than NY, LA and Chicago, Dallas boasts the third-most Fortune 500 companies, mostly in the corporate sectors of tech, banking and business consultation. Of course, the oil boom and formerly cotton built the foundation for the current sector growth, and a population increase has led to much higher demand for real estate, thus that market is flourishing as well. The catalyst for this business haven is most likely a side effect of World War II business contracts in the telecommunications and engineering industry.
Since a perfect combination of Fortune 500 and a high-volume airport exists in Dallas, the 3rd largest Texas city, it’s a popular destination for business meetings and conferences.
All in all, Dallas has a dazzling amount of above average offerings for a city its size. World-renowned museums, major professional sports teams, large university hospital hubs and an average walkability rating all contribute to a business positive environment for future relocators.