Program of Work
Through the use of public relations, op-eds and bylined articles, the North Texas Commission creates top-of-mind awareness of the North Texas region within key international markets that align with direct air service from DFW International Airport and offer the most mutually beneficial trade opportunities such as Australia, Turkey and Mexico.
The magazine features information about the region’s key industries, facts and figures on doing business in North Texas and highlight what makes our region the fastest growing in the United States. NTX Magazine is distributed to more than 20,000 site selection executives and business leaders across the globe.
Logistics Development and Marketing Committee
The NTC focuses on growing the logistics industry through updated collateral and additional marketing opportunities to promote North Texas as a logistics, supply chain and distribution hub.
To The Point presented by Fidelity Investments
This spring luncheon series presents topics of discussion in a focused forum with a call to action. Topics and programs have included the Mayors of Dallas and Fort Worth sharing the stage to discuss regionalism, local sports executives from the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Stars, Dallas Mavericks and PGA Tour discussing the impact on sports and a look into North Texas’ future.
Topic: North Texas Webinars
The role of this webinar series is to educate and communicate our region’s opportunities and challenges through a free monthly series led by regional thought leaders.
Regional Air Monitors
Per Legislation signed by Governor Perry, an additional 20 air monitors will be placed throughout the North Texas region utilizing existing TERP funds. These monitors will provide real-time, unbiased data on the region’s air quality.
Clean Air Texas
A program of the North Texas Commission Foundation, Clean Air Texas provides a stronger voice for voluntary, business-based clean air advocacy. This group is the host of the annual Working for Clean Air Awards.
Long-range Water Planning
The NTC will hosts an annual Water Summit to bring businesses together with our water planning experts to discuss our long-range water supply planning. This is an issue that will have a real impact on our region’s growth.
Leadership North Texas
Since its inception, the program has created more than 200 stewards for North Texas. Now its ninth class, this highly-successful program might be the most instrumental way we can foster regional collaboration.
We continue to look for ways to involve our members in initiatives that are vital to the region’s growth and vitality.