The Texas Midwest Economic Development Alliance was established in 1999 for TMCN member cities actively engaged in economic development.
As an activity of the Texas Midwest Community Network, the Alliance formed in 1999 to enhance regional economic development programs by strengthening its competitive advantage through education and networking opportunities with fellow economic development professionals and business and industry leaders. The Alliance sponsors a number of networking events throughout the year to increase communication among leaders in the regions as well as increasing the region’s visibility – both inside and outside the region – for business and tourism development.
Texas Midwest Community Network (TMCN) is a coalition of 27 counties in West-Central Texas that can help your business grow and prosper. The TMCN region is centrally located in the state of Texas and is the geographic center of the world’s largest free trade zone providing easy access to east and west coasts, the industrial Midwest and northeast, and the large emerging markets in Mexico. The region is also host to one of the largest potential oil plays in history, the Cline Shale!
Our region’s low cost of doing business, along with an educated, eager and abundant workforce, create the perfect environment for success. Join industry leaders in health care, alternative energy, oil and gas, agriculture, metal fabrication and global manufacturing in making the Texas Midwest home. Put our resources to work for your company, and see for yourself the benefits of doing business in the Texas Midwest.
Skilled Workforce & Customized Training, Low Cost of Real Estate, Low Cost of Living, Pro-Business Attitude, Thriving & Diversified Industries, Safe & Clean Environment, Natural Resources, Quality of Life, Good Climate, Year Round
Oil & Gas, Alternative Energy, Wind & Solar, Information Technology, Education & Health Services, Manufacturing, Light & Heavy, Metal Fabrication
Agriculture, Beef, Farming, Vineyards, Dairy, Leisure & Hospitality, Government, Local, State, Federal, Professional & Business Services
Dyess Air Force Base, Goodfellow Air Force Base, Texas Tech University College of Pharmacy, Angelo State University, Texas State Technical College, Abilene Christian University, McMurry University, Hardin Simmons University, Howard Payne University, Four Community Colleges