Gov. Abbott: Why ‘Made In Texas’ Is Such A Powerful Global Brand
8 Dec 2021
Freedom is a magnet. We saw more evidence of that when Tesla recently announced plans to move its headquarters from California to Texas—joining a growing list of companies that have made the same move.
The fact is, Texas is by far the most popular destination—a decade-long distinction—for company headquarters leaving California in unprecedented numbers, according to a business relocation study recently published by the Hoover Institution at Stanford University.
When choosing where to relocate and expand their businesses, more and more innovative industry leaders find themselves at home in the Lone Star State. They recognize the competitive business advantages found only in Texas. And they are in good company.
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