Fort Worth Economic Development Partnership

Henry Schein Hosts Ribbon Cutting Ceremony to Celebrate New Southwestern Distribution Center

Facility Designed To Improve Efficiency, Enable Innovation, and Better Serve Customers; Modernized, 811K Square Foot Facility in Fort Worth Largest in the Company’s Network Left to right: Matt Rowan (CEO, Health Industry Distributors Association), Carole Faig (Board Member, Henry Schein), Jim Breslawski (President, Henry Schein), Ross Perot Jr. (Chairman of The Perot Companies and Hillwood), […]

America’s Boomtowns: Top Cities for Economic Growth

By Andreea Neculae July 2, 2024 As the U.S. economy continues to navigate the complexities of a post-pandemic world, certain cities have emerged as beacons of prosperity and growth. The national economic landscape is characterized by a resurgence in job creation, an increase in consumer spending and significant technological advancements. Amidst these trends, cities that […]

Trailblazers wanted: Pioneering the future of life sciences in Fort Worth, Texas

The Regional Simulation Center at UNT Health Science Center in Fort Worth. By City of Fort Worth Economic Development As the 12th-largest and fastest-growing large city in the U.S. – according to 2023 U.S. Census Bureau data – the low-cost, business-friendly environment in Fort Worth, Texas, makes the city an attractive location for growing and […]

Fort Worth’s Population Rise: A Closer Look at Growth Nearing One Million

By Jessica Heer, Executive Vice President Recently released population data illustrates that Fort Worth is one of the fastest growing cities in America and headed toward the million mark. Today, only nine U.S. cities can tout a seven-figure population. A Regional Look at Population Let’s start with the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan statistical area. DFW is […]

Why Fort Worth, Texas, is an emerging frontier for aerospace and energy

By City of Fort Worth Economic Development With costs rising and economic challenges mounting, mid-tier cities across the United States are seeing a massive influx of migrating people and companies, all in pursuit of a more economical place to live and conduct business. Fort Worth, Texas – the 13th largest city in the U.S., according […]

Fort Worth, Texas – The future of advanced manufacturing and sustainable energy

By City of Fort Worth Economic Development Many companies are currently working to strengthen their supply chain resiliency by reshoring critical manufacturing operations and Fort Worth, Texas offers a unique business climate for companies eager to relocate or expand their operations into the fourth largest metro area in the United States. According to the C2ER Cost […]