Why Lubbock

Lubbock’s highly skilled and educated workforce, proximity and connection to major national and international markets, and affordable utility and living costs make it the ideal place to grow your business. Known as the “Hub City” of West Texas, our diverse economy is based on manufacturing, agriculture, wholesale and retail trade services, as well as government, education and health care.

As the 11th largest city in Texas, Lubbock boasts a regional population base of  639,921 people. Lubbock’s size affords businesses access to dedicated community leaders and personalized service, while providing you with a pipeline of personnel to fill your workforce needs. Home to Texas Tech University, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and a fast-growing community college, Lubbock County boasts more than 50,000 college students. Lubbock is the only city in the nation with a comprehensive university, a health sciences center, an agriculture college and a law school in one location, making Texas Tech University the second largest contiguous university campus in the United States.

If your business has an interest in access to technology and innovation, Lubbock is the place for you to grow and prosper.