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Brownsville is conveniently situated in the middle of the USMCA corridor on the border of Texas and Mexico. The city’s differentiating factor is its strategic location which offers a deep seawater port and six additional modes of transportation including a newly renovated and expanded international airport. Two factors that drive the return on your investment: 1) A young, sustainable, and skilled Workforce; 2) One of the country’s lowest cost of living areas.

Embracing small, medium, and large manufactures, and with numerous colleges and universities on both sides of the border, Brownsville, Texas offers an exceptional environment for Foreign Direct Investment.

Explore the Extended Brownsville Virtual Tour

Agenda

  • A welcome message from Dina Beaumont, Executive Director of SelectUSA
  • Adriana Cruz Executive Director, Economic Development & Tourism – Office of Texas Governor Greg Abbott addresses attendees
  • Remarks by U.S. Congressman Filemon Vela, Jr.
  • Welcome from Brownsville, Texas Mayor Trey Mendez
  • Brownsville industry partners offer insights
  • Expert Panel Discussion on Impact of the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement – Christopher Wilson of the Wilson Center – Rosemary Coates of the Reshoring Institute
  • Calixto Mateos-Hanel from The North American Development Bank discusses the NADB mission, relevant to the region
  • Eddie Campirano from the Port of Brownsville presents “The Benefits of a Deep Seawater Port”
  • Review of the Brownsville assets including available land, logistics, workforce, and utilities.
  • Mario Lozoya, Executive Director of GBEDC, explains how Brownsville supports profitability and sustainability
  • As we close the presentation, we will show you a slice of Brownsville, Texas life…a taste of the appealing lifestyle and assets