- About The Area
- Economic Development
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- About Us
Dallas/Fort Worth is recognized globally in four leading industry sectors; Advanced Services, Technology, Logistics & Trade, and Healthcare.
DFW is one of the top 10 US metros recognized as a global service center. Advanced services include activities ranging from insurance providers to engineers and lawyers. These operations provide the management and control functions of our economy.
Texas has long been recognized as a state of technological growth and innovation, and our region proudly contributes to this reputation. As the fourth largest metropolitan area in the country, the greater Dallas region is experiencing steady expansion due to our wealth of resources, reasonable cost of living, and stable economy. The area also commands nearly half of all technology activity in Texas.
Logistics & Trade
The DNA of the Dallas/Fort Worth economy from the earliest times, this region has leveraged its central geography with transportation assets. Today this region serves as an essential hub in the continental and global transportation of goods and people.
The Dallas Regional Chamber is committed to promoting prosperity through
focused economic development while supporting the health care
industries, marketing the region and attracting new and expanding