Technology Service Professionals has been ranked 47th on the 2017 Middle Market 50 list, compiled by The Dallas Business Journal.
Galdisa USA recently broke ground for its 46,500-square-foot peanut processing facility in Conroe that will serve the U.S. and Canadian markets.
The Richardson Economic Development Partnership recently earned reaccreditation from the International Economic Development Council, making it the only economic development organization to be accredited by the Council.
Richardson Chamber President Bill Sproull says the area’s biggest asset is its access to a technical labor pool within a 30-minute commute of the city and its future workforce.
The San Antonio Chamber has recently reiterated its active involvement in the City of San Antonio Charter Review Commission’s work including the appointment of Chamber President and CEO Richard Perez to the Charter Review Ethics Committee by San Antonio Mayor Ivy Taylor.
The Lubbock Chamber of Commerce will host one of the area’s largest nonprofit golf tournaments July 24 with the annual Chamber Golf Classic at Hillcrest Golf & Country Club.
Members of the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce recently expressed their concerns over agricultural cuts proposed in President Donald Trump’s fiscal year budget for 2018, which include a $28 billion reduction in crop insurance expenditures over the next decade.
The Greater Hewitt Chamber has received the top prize in a statewide media contest, marking the second year Hewitt has won for its community guide and business directory in the 2017 Texas Chamber of Commerce Executive Association's Annual Media Contest.
The Texas Court Appointed Special Advocates recently highlighted the nearly 32,000 children in the state who are in foster care by encouraging the community to help ensure a successful future for these children through the CASA program.
The Texas Public Policy Foundation is applauding Gov. Greg Abbott’s call for reducing what the organization calls “regulatory overreach” and his push to stop local governments from overregulation.
The Lubbock Chamber will host a luncheon next month featuring the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas’ president and CEO and other officials who will address the business economic climate outlook for Lubbock and the state.
CEMEX USA has been awarded the 2017 Lone Star Land Steward Award by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department for its dedication to sustainability and land stewardship for the Trans Pecos Ecoregion.
New Braunfels residents can drop off their old computers, TVs, boom boxes, camera equipment, cell phones and other household electronics for recycling at the city’s upcoming recycling collection event.
Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. has created a website to feature updates and stories regarding its $6 billion backing of a Gulf Coast Petrochemicals project in the U.S.
Spicewood Communities recently celebrated the grand opening of its newest garden home and villa community in Northwest Georgetown, featuring 149 residences with private courtyards, community walking trails and high-end amenities.