Coming to the U.S. Market?


Are you considering launching your overseas-based company in the U.S.? Here's why you should consider Richardson as your U.S. business headquarters.

The state of Texas Legislature has proclaimed Richardson the “International Business Capital of North Texas.”  Known as The Telecom Corridor®, Richardson is a premier center of diverse global technology-based companies.

International Concierge Services – Choose resources based on your needs

To help non-U.S. companies establish their business in the U.S. and specifically Richardson, the Richardson Chamber of Commerce has created a unique program providing expert resources to ease critical business startup issues. Resources provided by member companies and consultants include:

•     Legal assistance (incorporation; immigration/visas; intellectual property; etc)

•     International banking (setting up accounts / letters of credit /currency exchanges)

•     Translation services

•     Logistics / transportation services

•     International business consulting

•     Import/export assistance (export licensing etc.)

•     Public relations services

•     Specific country importation knowledge

•     Relocation services

•     Commercial and residential real estate services

•     HR/staffing

•     Marketing, sales, business development, management consulting

•     Inexpensive "soft landing" office space

 We’re ready to help you enter the U.S. market quickly and easily. Let us know how we can help your business succeed!

Going global

If you are looking to grow your export business internationally, the Richardson Chamber of Commerce is standing by to help. Read about our latest program to promote global business.

 Export / Small Business Concierge Services

The Richardson Chamber of Commerce has created a unique program providing expert resources to assist our members with exporting information and services provided by partners, member companies and consultants that include:

•     Certificates of Origin

•     Export workshops with

                                U.S. Department of Commerce

                                U.S. Commercial Service experts

                                North Texas Export Council

•     Legal referrals for IP / licensing assistance

•     Bank referrals for letters of credit assistance and international banking

•     Logistics referrals

•     Translation assistance referrals

•     SBA S.C.O.R.E. services

•     Overseas introductions

                                Local international chambers of commerce referrals

                                Consulates and embassy referrals

                                Overseas trade associations referrals

 

 


If you are a local provider of export assistance services and wish to participate in the Concierge Service Program, please contact us to sign up.


We're here to help make exporting easy, and small businesses succeed. Contact Mike Skelton at 972-792-2814.

Here's what Richardson can offer you:

 

Business-friendly environment

•     10,000+ corporate headquarters within 50-mile radius

•     44 Fortune 500 headquarters within 50-mile radius

•     State economic development incentives

•     Local economic development incentives

•     Five-star rated Chamber of Commerce

 

Central location from which to branch out

•     Central U.S. time zone

•     DFW International Airport – reach any major North American city within 3-4 hours

•     Richardson’s major highways and light rail--easy access to all of DFW Metroplex

 

Support system for international transplants

•     Highly educated work force

•     Extensive wireless and fiber optic communications network

•     Metropolitan Area Network (MAE) / Network Access Point (NAP)

•     University of Texas at Dallas – highly rated research university

•     20+ International Chambers of Commerce serve DFW

 

Deep roots in technology

•     Richardson is the hub of the Telecom Corridor®
•     With its long technology history, Richardson has developed the infrastructure and highly trained, technical workforce workforce

•     600+ high tech firms

                             Telecommunications

                             Semiconductors

                             Software

                             Computer / online gaming

                             Cloud computing

                             Data centers

                             Nanotechnology

                             Power conversion technology

                             Medical devices

                             Defense contracting

                             RFID

                             ICT (information and communication technologies)