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Governor Greg Abbot helps the SAEDF team break ground on the new A.W. Aisin Co. manufacturing plant.
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Workforce Recovery: SA Works Releases COVID-19 Edition Jobs Report Workforce Recovery: SA Works Releases COVID-19 Edition Jobs Report In direct response to the current pandemic, SA Works published its COVID-19 Edition Jobs Report. Read More Investor Spotlight: Hixon Properties Investor Spotlight: Hixon Properties Hixon Properties was founded in San Antonio in 1975. The family-owned business is focused on urban real estate and creating value in underutilized real estate. Read More Texas’ First Virtual Groundbreaking Welcomes Navistar to San Antonio Texas’ First Virtual Groundbreaking Welcomes Navistar to San Antonio The new 900,000-square-foot plant will have the capacity to produce Class 6-8 vehicles. Vehicle production at the facility is scheduled to begin in early 2022. Read More Welcome Home Welcome Home Tired of the endless homeschool fail and toilet paper memes? Check out the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation’s (SAEDF) new website. Read More President POV President POV Our business leaders, medical experts, and local government have shown up ready to work toward a greater, safer tomorrow for every single person who calls San Antonio home. Read More BIOSCIENCE DEMAND OCCUPATION & EDUCATION REPORT BIOSCIENCE DEMAND OCCUPATION & EDUCATION REPORT For decades, bioscience has been identified as an industry of opportunity for the San Antonio region. Often referred to as the “Home of Military Medicine,” and the leading destination for Precision Therapeutics, San Antonio is at an intersection of military, commercial, and academic assets Read More Upskill in Downtime Upskill in Downtime The coronavirus pandemic is having tremendous effects on the global economy and the way people work. While many companies are equipped for employees to work from home, workers in industries like hospitality and retail are facing a difficult time furloughed or let go from their jobs. Read More Investors in the News Investors in the News Local nonprofits unveil COVID-19 response fund – Bexar County, City of San Antonio, HEB, Wells Fargo, J. P. Morgan Chase, Nustar, Bank of San Antonio

City employees redeploy to help San Antonio Food Bank help families in need - City of San Antonio
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President POV President POV The start of 2020 signaled a new beginning for communities across the United States. But now, a few short months in, we are facing an unprecedented challenge that will alter everything from how we run our businesses to how we shop for groceries. Read More
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THE GREAT TEXAS MIGRATION CONTINUES THE GREAT TEXAS MIGRATION CONTINUES Texas means business. It’s not just something that’s said, it’s ingrained in the state’s culture and how it develops its workforce and companies. Beyond the headlines, newly released U.S Census data points to a continued trend in companies and people flocking to the Lone Star State. Read More S.A. Region’s Billion Dollar Week S.A. Region's Billion Dollar Week Commercial truck and bus manufacturer Navistar, based in Lisle, Illinois, announced its plans to build a $250 million San Antonio plant and hire 600 workers. Read More TOYOTA DOUBLES DOWN ON REGION TOYOTA DOUBLES DOWN ON REGION Over 15 years ago, Toyota selected San Antonio as the location for a new manufacturing facility, committing to add 2,000 new jobs in the San Antonio region, forever changing the growth trajectory of San Antonio’s manufacturing industry. Today, Toyota directly employs over 3,200 team members and through its 23 on-site supplier network, total employment... Read More CIBOLO SEEING RIPPLE EFFECT CIBOLO SEEING RIPPLE EFFECT The first phase of the $400 million AW Texas Inc. project is expected to span roughly 500,000 square feet, and the company expects to create 900 jobs at full build-out. The commitment by Aisin is already drawing interest from potential investors. Read More
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