The Irving Economic Development Partnership (IEDP) is a strategic collaboration between:
- 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
Formed nearly 20 years ago, the IEDP continues to serve as a support and information resource for any company wanting to grow, relocate or create a business opportunity in Irving-Las Colinas, centrally located in North Texas and one of the fastest-growing business centers in the country.
The IEDP also partners with the North Texas Commission, Texas Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Economic Development Counsel (TEDC), the Texas Enterprise Fund, the U.S.-Mexico Chamber of Commerce, the DFW Global Chamber, the Greater Dallas Asian Chamber of Commerce, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport and others.
The Partnership’s mission is to advance, create and promote economic development in Irving-Las Colinas, and we are ready to 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 benefits from the visionary leadership that firt developed the City into a model live, work, walk, play, visit community and a masterpiece of planning and design. With 10 Fortune 500 companies calling Irving-Las Colinas their global headquarters home, we are the “Headquarters of Headquarters.” The City is ideally situated to appeal to relocating corporations looking for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) properties, and with unmatched lifestyle amenities, affordable housing, convenient transportation and top-tier education opportunities, Irving-Las Colinas offers an environment that attracts and retains a skilled workforce. Our city’s master-planning efforts continue to be recognized and honored by organizations and publications nationally.