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By Bill Lewis | August 19, 2016
Thanks to competitive advantages, including its strategic location, pro-business incentives, available land, affordability, nice neighborhoods, low taxes and a commitment to regional cooperation, the Best Southwest Partnership region of Southwest Dallas and Northern Ellis counties is the preferred address for a growing number of new businesses and residents.
“The Best Southwest Partnership region is an example of more than two dozen members, including 12 cities as well as institutions of higher learning, businesses and others, working together. That’s why the region is so attractive for businesses and why so many new residents are choosing to live here,” says Joe Johnson, executive director of the Best Southwest Partnership.
The Best Southwest Partnership has initiatives specifically focused on tourism, transportation, education and health care, which are key element of the economy.
“Every city in the region has its own economic strengths, its own draw. It is a very diverse area,” Johnson says.