Jet Takeoff in Fort Worth

Where Pioneers Get to Work.

A City that Empowers Business.

Where the Future Begins

There is a city where potential is born and bred. Where people and businesses can live authentically and thrive financially. And where a responsive and proven economic landscape leads to innovation, opportunity and growth.

FACTS & STATS


Quality of Life

Fort Worth is a three-time All American City (according to National Civic League) and boasts the #1 downtown in the United States (Livability.com, 2014 ranking). Plus, the city offers an average of 230 sunny days to enjoy each year.

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Great Place, Great People

DFW is the 4th largest Metropolitan Statistical Area in the U.S. with Fort Worth as the 12th largest city. Median household incomes and average education rank very high with unemployment lower than the national average.

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Connected to It All

Fort Worth is within four hours flight of all major U.S. destinations with direct service to hundreds of domestic and international cities. Additionally, a strong system of highways, rail and bus make commuting throughout the Metroplex easy.

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Wide Open for Business

From innovative aerospace & aviation, oil and gas, transportation & logistics and some of the brightest medical researchers to numerous major corporations, Fort Worth is the place where a multitude of businesses are making their homes.

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Business Friendly

Fort Worth has a 12 percent lower cost of doing business that the national average, a low cost of real estate, pro-business government ready to partner and provide incentives and an abundance of quality land to develop.

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Big City, Small Town Feel

Fort Worth may be the 12th largest city in the country, but it feels like a small town. Come for the opportunity, stay for the community.

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Fort Worth Skyline

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Who Makes Fort Worth Home


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GM Financial
Facebook
Star telegram
TexasJet
Lockheed Martin
Kubota
Justin Boots
Galderma
Danone
BNSF
Bell
American Airlines
Tyson Chicken
Alcon