Tags : public-private partnerships

Jennifer Sanders: A Smart Woman In A Smart City

Photography by Shannon Drawe Jennifer Sanders has a job almost no one else has done, working on a pilot concept only a limited number of people — mostly techies — really understand. And the future of Dallas as a diverse international city with a high quality of life for all its residents is at stake. […]Read More

How Does North Texas Keep Winning at Economic Development?

With relocations and expansions of State Farm Insurance, Liberty Mutual, Toyota, Amazon, Borden’s, Mary Kay, General Motors and Mission Foods, North Texas can easily be called an “economic powerhouse.” And some of the Metroplex’s large suburban communities lead the way. How do they do it? A recent Enlightened Speakers’ Series event brought together three economic […]Read More

Water Security

COMPANIES SEEK RELIABLE SECURE WATER SUPPLY By Sue Snyder Water supplies are in great demand and under great stress in Texas as well as other places in the world. Water is needed for basically all economic endeavors: creating power requires water, a growing population requires water, farmers need water, and businesses themselves need water. In […]Read More