6 Crucial Tips for Business Success in 2017

2017 is underway with a range of possibilities available to you and your business. If you’re looking to start a business or are planning for a more successful year, the Alamo EDC has six crucial tips that can help you start 2017 on the right foot. Are you a business looking to expand? The Alamo... read more

The Best Locations to Open Your Business in South Texas

The McAllen-Edinburg-Mission area made waves midyear with their populations ranking as the fifth largest Metropolitan Statistical Area, surpassing El Paso. Covering all of Hidalgo County, the Rio Grande Valley’s region near the border added jobs at a faster rate than the rest of the state overall. With 1.3 million residents, businesses big and small have... read more

A Look at the Alamo EDC’s Fantastic Twitter Campaign!

Since October, the Alamo Economic Development Corporation (EDC) has been working with the students of Pharr-San Juan-Alamo Memorial High School’s Marketing Class to promote city awareness to bring new businesses to Alamo. This unique project not only brought awareness to the city, it also gave students a hands-on approach to modern-day marketing through social media.... read more

Positively Impacting the Community with the Help of the Alamo EDC and VIDA

The Alamo Economic Development Corporation is a firm believer in making an impact within the community, whether it’s a fundraiser, toy drive or helping residents. Together with the Valley Initiative for Development and Advancement (VIDA), the Alamo EDC is able to empower underserved residents in the Alamo community with tools, education and training to become... read more

7 Reasons Why Texas is the Best Place for Business

Texas has it all, sports events, great tourism and big business. With over 26 million residents, Texas is ranked second in both population and size. Stretching from El Paso to Beaumont and from Amarillo to the Rio Grande Valley, it’s easy to imagine just how large it is. King Ranch in Kingsville alone is nearly... read more

4 Tips for Choosing Your Perfect Business Location

The ever-famous “location, location, location” mantra is more than just a phrase to the wise; it should be the first thing that comes to mind when looking to open your business. Whether franchising or preparing to open a food or retail business, opening up shop at a specific location is a crucial step that can... read more

6 Big Perks of Shopping on Small Business Saturday!

Black Friday will undoubtedly be big. With hundreds of large corporate marketing campaigns pushing for deals and advertisements, it’s easy for small businesses to get overshadowed by the madness. But sales don’t end on Friday; Saturday is also a shopping holiday designated for small companies! Held annually the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Small Business Saturday has... read more

South Texas Holiday Events Attract Thousands of Visitors to the Region!

Every holiday season, you can find families planning out their Thanksgiving and Christmas vacations by looking for events and festivities to attend. Growing immensely as a destination for shopping and events, the holiday season in the Rio Grande Valley brings a bigger amount of visitors each year due to the many festivities that can’t be... read more

PSJA Memorial Early College High School Students to Host Business and Community Expo on November 17th

PSJA Memorial Early College High School and its Career and Technical Education (CTE) Department will be hosting a Business and Community Expo on November 17, 2016 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM in the campus’s gym. Memorial ECHS Skills USA Club will be the event’s proud host. Invest in the fifth largest MSA in Texas!... read more

Franchises on the Rise in Creating Jobs and Increasing Consumer Spending

The Rio Grande Valley is growing tremendously with franchises. The American restaurant and entertainment venue, Dave & Busters, will open its first location in McAllen, Bob’s Steak & Chophouse will be opening in Edinburg and Cost Plus: World Market and JoAnn Fabric and Craft Store will be doing business in Pharr. With new and bigger... read more

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