Benefits and opportunities for a Company to establish/be present in the DFW Metroplex!
SACC-Dallas is pleased to invite you to our next Speaker series event with Sarah Carabias-Rush and Melissa Maguire from the Dallas Regional Chamber (DRC).
DRC will present the Opportunities and Benefits that a domestic or foreign Corporation and its employees will enjoy when establishing a presence in the DFW Metroplex area. The international part of the presentation will focus on Swedish Companies.
DRC is chartered with leading economic development and growth in the entire Region, driving improvements in public education, and influencing public policy to meet the business community’s workforce needs and raise the region’s profile. Thus, resulting in the Dallas region becoming the most economically prosperous region—and the most desirable place to live, work and do business—in the United States.
DRC will go over the Regional Economic, Infrastructure and Talent Growth Plans over the next five years, highlight the differential advantages of DFW and much more. They are also happy to assist and follow-up with companies interested in relocating or expanding.
Sarah Carabias-Rush leads the DRC efforts to raise the Dallas Region’s International profile. She actively markets the region as a prime location for U.S. and North American headquarters and corporate facilities. Sarah led the Chamber’s efforts to recruit major corporate headquarters to the Dallas Region, including Toyota Motor North America, ACTIVE Network, Hilti, Omnitracs, and Kubota.
Melissa Maguire is the Manager of International Economic Development and works on the newly expanded international efforts of DRC. She is responsible for managing DRC’s international corporate recruitment and regional marketing programs. This includes planning and executing international business missions, reaching out to target companies and market influencers, hosting companies and influencers in Dallas, and working with DRC members, investors, and partner organizations involved in international trade.