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The North Texas Commission markets this vast, dynamic region on a national and international scale by building ties with domestic and foreign governments, municipalities, companies and higher education institutions, creating educational collateral pieces in multiple languages and hosting events on important regional topics.


The North Texas Commission embraces that a diverse, equitable and inclusive region is a vibrant region. Through our annual DEI Summit and other programming, we raise awareness and facilitate important conversations. 


The magazine features information about the region’s key industries, facts and figures on doing business in North Texas and highlight what makes our region the fastest growing in the United States. NTX Magazine is distributed to more than 20,000 site selection executives and business leaders across the globe. 
This spring luncheon series presents topics of discussion in a focused forum with a call to action. Topics and programs have included the Mayors of Dallas and Fort Worth sharing the stage to discuss regionalism, local sports executives from the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Stars, Dallas Mavericks and PGA Tour discussing the impact on sports and a look into North Texas’ future. 
Leadership North Texas University (LNT U) was developed by the LNT alumni as an effort to educate the region's next generation of leaders on the inner workings and facets of North Texas, to demonstrate the best practices of regional stewardship and to provide knowledge and resources on the challenges that face our region. LNT U creates a hub of Millennial ambassadors that give a voice to their generation as we plan for the future. 
As North Texas's graduate-level, regional leadership program, Leadership North Texas (LNT) is the most instrumental way we foster regional collaboration. Launched in 2009, alumni include numerous state and local elected officials, business and community leaders, and higher education executives. 
North Texas Commission develops original content and commentary on topical regional updates and wins, recaps of events, webinars and various programs and discussions on regional issues and proposed solutions.

In The News

As part of the NTC’s work to improve air quality in North Texas, we manage the largest network of air pollution monitors in the North Texas region. Our 21 stations are spread across the greater North Texas region (including Wichita Falls and Abilene) and continuously monitor the air for the presence of 84 volatile organic compounds (or “VOCs”). 

Regional Air Monitors

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