About Us

The Irving Economic Development Partnership (IEDP) is a strategic collaboration consisting of:

  • The Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce,
  • City of Irving,
  • Irving Convention & Visitor’s Bureau (ICVB),
  • Las Colinas Association (LCA),
  • Dallas County Utility and Reclamation District (DCURD),
  • Irving private investors and employers.

For more than seventeen years, the IEDP has been your support and information resource for any business wanting to grow, relocate or create a business opportunity in Irving-Las Colinas, one of the fastest growing business centers in the country.

The IEDP also partners with the North Texas Commission, Texas Governor Greg Abbott and TxEDC, the state’s Economic Development Corporation, Texas Enterprise Fund, the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, DFW Marketing Team, DFW Global Chamber, Greater Dallas Asian Chamber of Commerce, the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and others.

The partnership’s mission is to advance, create and promote economic development in Irving-Las Colinas. Let us know how we can help you find the perfect site for your business.

A CITY FOR THE 21st CENTURY - The Headquarters of Headquarters

Founded in the early 20th century, Irving-Las Colinas has benefited from visionary leadership that is reinventing the City into a model live, work, walk, play, visit community and a masterpiece of planning and design. We are the Headquarters of Headquarters. The City is ideally situated to appeal to relocating corporations looking for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) properties and an environment that will attract and retain a skilled workforce that wants a total community with amenities, affordable housing, convenient transportation and educational opportunities. This master-planning effort is being recognized and honored by organizations and publications nationally.

  • 7 Fortune 500 Headquarters and 5 Fortune 1000 Headquarters
  • 14th Most Diverse City - Niche.com
  • 150+ foreign-owned companies
  • Best City for Starting a Career - Forbes
  • Top 10 Best Place to Start a Career - WalletHub
  • Top City for Information Technology Professionals - Right-Click
  • 3rd Largest City per capita for Tech Startup Companies - Size Up
  • 6th Most Liveable City in the U.S. - SmartAsset
  • 3rd hardest-working city in America - WalletHub
  • 21st Most Affordable City - Business Student
  • 12th Best City for Millennials in the U.S. - Millennial Personal Finance
  • 9th Best City for Job Seekers - NerdWallet
  • 4th Best City for New Graduates - GoodCall.com
  • Top 40 Best Places for Graduates - NerdWallet
  • 25th Happiest Places to Live - WalletHub
  • 3rd Best Performing City - Milken Institute
  • 40th Safest City in the U.S. - WalletHub
  • 2nd largest employment center in North Texas with an estimated 245,000 jobs and 22.5 million square feet of office space
  • 54 languages spoken at Irving Independent School District
  • University of Dallas in Irving-Las Colinas named Highest-Ranking Best Value Catholic School in Texas - U.S. News & World Report
  • Forbes magazine named the metropolitan area (Dallas, Plano, Irving) the No. 1 city for jobs based on strength in aerospace and defense, insurance, financial services, life sciences, data processing and transportation
  • Business Facilities Magazine named Dallas-Plano-Irving among the “Top 10 Food Processing Leaders” in the nation
  • For the seventh year, Texas wins Site Selection magazine’s Governors Cup as top state for new or expanding corporate facilities
  • The City ranks in top five “Best Destination for Conferences” according to Smart Asset
  • Irving has 6 Sister Cities: Merton, England; Espoo, Finland; Boulogne-Billancourt, France; Marion, Italy; Leon Guanajuato, Mexico; Darkhan, Mongolia
  • 40% of the 4th Busiest Airport in the Nation - DFW International Airport is located in Irving-Las Colinas.
  • DFW International Airport is a global distribution center featuring 56 cargo carriers in 2.6 million square feet of space
  • 80 parks and 28 miles of scenic trails
  • One of 97 cities in the U.S. with an official Insurance Service Office (ISO) Class 1 City rating


  1. Alphagraphics

  2. Another Time Vintage

  3. Another Time Vintage 2

  4. Citi

  5. Datalogic

  6. Frito-Lay

  7. Gartner

  8. Healthcare Associates

  9. IESO Digital Health

  10. Legends Crossing

  11. Market Street

  12. Medallion Midstream

  13. Mighty Paws Luxury Spa

  14. Mimecast

  15. Nautilus Hyosung America

  16. NCH Corporation

  17. Pacific Dental

  18. PCI Group

  19. Pei Wei Restaurant

  20. Perkdale Cakes & Coffee

  21. Platinum Auto Trends

  22. Sapp Sapp Lao & Thai Restaurant

  23. SEKO Logistics

  24. Shops of Las Colinas

  25. Smurfit Kappa

  26. Sourcecorp BPS

  27. Southern Junction

  28. TCBY Frozen Yogurt

  29. Texas Roadhouse

  30. The Terraces

  31. US Bank

  32. UT Southwestern Medical

  33. Venture X

  34. Vistra Energy

  35. Walk-On Bistreaux

  36. Women's Business Council Southwest

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Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
5201 N. O'Connor Boulevard
Suite 100
Irving, TX 75039

214.217.8484 phone
214.389.2513 fax

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