We’ve long touted the business-friendly benefits of North Texas. From low-cost of both commercial and residential real estate, global access through DFW International Airport and low corporate taxes, this region has been a magnet for businesses from major relocations such as Toyota, to pioneering start-ups.
CNBC recently ranked the Dallas-Fort Worth region eighth in the top 20 markets to start a business. Using private and government data, CNBC looked at 20 key criteria business owners should evaluate before choosing a corporate location, including tax, regulation, workforce strength, access to capital and cost of living.
In the report, DFW International Airport is cited as one of the biggest draws to North Texas, along with competitive salaries, reasonable home prices and a below average unemployment rate. Click here to read the CNBC Report on The Top 20 Metro Areas to Start a Business in America.