Day One Experts is an economic development consulting firm specializing in economic development consulting for communities, small business owners, and commercial developers. We bring together a collection of the country's best-known Public-Private interaction specialists and their top supporting service vendors to drive higher ROI for our clients. By leveraging the experience and knowledge of our seasoned professionals,
Day One Experts provide higher-level results at a fraction of the cost.
The firm's clients include rural communities, regional economic development organizations, Chambers of Commerce, economic development agencies, educational institutions, and corporations. Day One Experts provides site selection/incentive negotiation services for leading companies in their respective fields.Visit Website
Sulphur Springs - Hopkins County is located in Northeast Texas on the Interstate 30 corridor just a short drive east of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex and its 34 major transportation routes.
That position in the right corner of Texas makes it accessible to multiple points of business and interest, including one of the busiest NAFTA corridors in the United States, Interstate 30. State Highway 11, State Highway 19, and US 67 augment the transportation network.
Sulphur Springs/Hopkins County offers six business parks that can meet your build-to-suit needs. The Sulphur Springs EDC has recently finished new roads and upgraded infrastructure in two of our parks.
Some parks are inside the city limits, while others are located just outside. With our diverse properties, there is something sure to fit your specific requirements.
Whether you're seeking family activities, learning experiences, getting in touch with the past, a place to enjoy driving your antique cars, or just some quiet time away from stress, Sulphur Springs, Texas, has it all!
Sulphur Springs has a large selection of retail stores, including specialty clothing, gift boutiques, jewelry, and factory outlet malls; a great selection of restaurants, including full-service, locally owned locations, cafeterias; and several nationally known fast food establishments.
Around the Square and scattered throughout the town are restaurants and specialty shops offering the best downtown experience in Texas.
Sulphur Springs - Hopkins County is located in Northeast Texas on the Interstate 30 corridor just a short drive east of the Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex and its 34 major transportation routes. That position in the right corner of Texas makes it accessible to multiple points of business and interest, including one of the busiest NAFTA corridors in the United States, Interstate 30. State Highway 11, State Highway 19, and US 67 augment the transportation network.Visit Website
Marshall, Texas, is a strategically located affordable opportunity for businesses and families. Located two hours east of Dallas and 3 hours north of Houston at Interstate 20 and US Highway 59 (future I-69 Corridor), our business-friendly community has affordable land, buildings, and homes.
Marshall EDC controls large site-ready locations for new business, and the town has a growing housing, rental, and retail market for employees. There are four colleges within the city limits for educational opportunities and future employees. TexasState Technical College has a campus in Marshall for customized industry training to serve our historic manufacturing employment sector. Visit Marshall, Texas, and see why more people are building their life and business here!Visit Website
Wylie, Texas is a vibrant, growing community located in southern Collin County, just 24 miles northeast of Downtown Dallas. Wylie has easy access to all of the amenities of the DFW Metro Area while managing to maintain a much sought-after small-town feel anchored by a sense of community, award-winning schools, abundant recreational activities, and a wide variety of family-friendly events.
Wylie has what you're looking for to showcase your entrepreneurial spirit, from prime commercial sites to Historic Downtown Office Space. Our central location provides quick access to DFW's regional network of airports, interstates, and highways. It offers an ideal opening for companies looking to combine logistics and real estate in one location.
The recently announced 220-acre Wylie LogiscsPark is immediately adjacent to KCS' David L. Starling Wylie Intermodal Terminal. The park offers 2.4 million square feet of potent building capacity with direct access to a Class 1 Railroad. Offering significant cost savings, quick access to intermodal transportation, and connectivity to other intermodal and port facilities across North America, Wylie is an ideal location for your next expansionVisit Website
Nestled comfortably in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the City of Keller has gained national attention by pairing big-city conveniences and amenities with small-town roots and an emphasis on quality of life. The City of Keller and its Economic Development department pride themselves on helping business owners through the process of establishing their business in the Keller community.
Offering customized solutions for commercial and residential projects within the city, the economic development team in Keller possesses tools and referrals to assist you when making strategic decisions in relocating your business to Keller, Texas.Visit Website
ACCELERATION by design LLC, is a boutique economic development firm designed to meet the unique needs of cities, counties, and regions throughout the nation.
Specializing in keynote presentations, facilitation, comprehensive training, and dynamic workshops...the diversity of the ACCELERATION™ programs were created to bring a fresh, new approach to economic development planning, marketing, trade shows, leadership, and more. In addition to almost three decades of high-level economic development experience, Lorie has become a nationally sought-after speaker on many topics beyond economic development including entrepreneurship, team building, women's issues, encouragement, and well, just life in general. :) She is a dynamic speaker filled with humor, wit, and inspiration.
We welcome the opportunity to provide a customized proposal for your consideration based on your specific objectives. It is our desire to adopt your needs, embrace your stakeholders, immerse ourselves in your organization and enthusiastically work with you to ACCELERATE your vision and maximize your results. Most importantly, if our knowledge and experience are not a good fit for your needs...there's a good chance we know someone who will be.Visit Website
Located just 120 miles from Downtown Dallas, Mount Pleasant, TX, has grown and prospered over the past 100 years.
Located along primary transportation routes such as I-30 and the new State Highway 271 Loop, this community offers excellent logistics infrastructure for your business. The strong independent attitude of the population has also helped businesses grow and succeed along with the community.
Today, 32,000 people call Mount Pleasant & Titus County home. They work in what is the hub of a five-county region. In addition to being a regional employment center, Mount Pleasant also offers quality retail shopping, with a 2018 retail trade area of 106,000 persons.
Mount Pleasant offers business owners two industrial parks within the city limits. Both are developed for industrial use and have an ample supply of water, natural gas, and electricity needed to help your business thrive.
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Watch this video about Mid America Pet Food, a great company growing here in Titus County.Visit Website
Fairview's location along US 75 and State Highway 121 provides easy access to the entire Dallas/Ft Worth area, including award-winning educational institutions, a diverse and well-educated workforce, and major transportation hubs, making it the top choice for businesses and executives alike.
Fairview is a place where you can have all the amenities of urban living in a country setting. Our community offers residents large homes on spacious lots, expansive open spaces, rolling hills, and beautiful creeks. The town boasts quality leadership, excellent schools, cultural activities, and Fairview Town Center, an award-winning mixed-use and shopping development that includes Whole Foods, Dillards, Macy's, and much more.
You can learn more about Fairview by listening to our Getting Neighborly podcast. In each episode, we visit with our residents, who know our community best.
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Fairfield, Texas, is strategically located in Central East Texas, right on Interstate 45. We are 90 miles South of Dallas, Texas, and 150 miles North of Houston, Texas. Our location also intersects US Hwy 84 and places Fairfield 60 miles East of Waco and 80 miles West of Tyler.
We are the heart of the five-county Central East Texas region. Our picturesque Post Oak Savannah region offers rural beauty and inviting outdoor recreation with prime interstate business access.
Here you'll find excellent schools, affordable housing options, and a can-do community committed to quality.
The Fairfield Industrial Park South is now complete and available with 125 acres of shovel-ready sites for business development. The new park is located just one-half mile off Interstate 45, allowing for excellent truck transportation access to the site. Now is the time to contact the Fairfield Economic Development Corporation for a tailored incentive plan that will offset your investment and operating costs and put your business in a location with easy access to Interstate 45 and direct routes to major markets.
Melissa, located 40 miles north of Dallas, is one of the fastest-growing cities in North Texas. Situated on the edge of Collin County, along US Hwy 75 and State Highway 121, Melissa has spent the last decade preparing for growth.
We have invested in the critical infrastructure needed to meet the needs of the growing Dallas/Fort Worth metro region. This dynamic growth area touts a regional population of over four million.
Melissa's proximity to Dallas and its other robust suburban business centers offer business owners easy access to all parts of the Metroplex and the assets needed to fuel the growth of your business. Locating in Melissa, TX, will give you access to one of the country's largest and most educated workforces. With approximately 1.2 million workers within a 30-minute drive, you'll have a highly diversified applicant pool at your disposal.
With a trade area population of 66,770, Melissa is also actively recruiting restaurants, lodging facilities, additional visitor and tourist-directed shopping, and sports-related amenities. We are seeking strategic partners to want to grow and thrive in Texas.
Check out Heart of Melissa, our community podcast, and hear why so many people are choosing to call Melissa, Texas, home.Visit Website
Whether you're considering moving your family or your company, Dumas extends a Texas-sized welcome and full community services to make your relocation a success.
Our schools, mild climate, excellent transportation, growing economy, and proximity to a major metropolitan area all combine to make Dumas a great place to visit, a great place to work, and a great place to live.
Dumas Business Park is also an extension of the Dumas EDC. The 265-acre property can be home to your industrial, commercial, or small business venture. Underground infrastructure is already available for your business needs.Visit Website
Located east of Dallas on Interstate 20, Kilgore is considered a manufacturing hub in the Northeast Texas area. With superior transportation options, essential proximity to key markets and a robust workforce Kilgore is primed for relocation and expansion opportunities.
Kilgore, Texas is a location without a markup. Connect with them today.