Round Rock

Business-Friendly EnvironmentGrowing EconomyHighly-Educated WorkforceRobust Utilities and InfrastructureStrong Educational System

Round Rock, Texas offers rock-solid business amenities, a supportive community and high-value quality of life just 15 miles north of downtown Austin along IH-35. Home to global corporate headquarters like Dell Technologies, Round Rock is a major economic hub for the Central Texas region and offers companies a unique combination of assets that ensure growth and success.

Rock Solid Choice for Business

Round Rock companies have access to over 19 million people within a 200-mile radius. Consistently ranked among the best metros in the country, lowest tax rates in the region, with competitive incentive packages, Round Rock is your solid choice for business.

Backed by Thriving Industries

With its strategic Central Texas location, strong talent pipeline and competitive tax climate, Round Rock continues to attract companies across various key target industries such as:

  • Aerospace & Defense
  • Corporate & Regional Headquarters
  • Health & Life Sciences
  • Innovative Manufacturing
  • Tech & Innovation
  • Semiconductor Design & Supply

Reliable & Diverse Talent Pool

With a median age of 33, the Round Rock population provides businesses a young and educated workforce. The talent pipeline is filled with 30,000 annual graduates from area higher education institutions.

Additionally, Round Rock ISD provides first-rate education to over 50,000 students and offers an International Baccalaureate program, STEM education, and an early college high school.

Locally Powered. Globally Connected.

Centrally located within the State of Texas and equidistant between the East and West Coasts, Round Rock offers superior transportation and logistical advantages. Its state-of-the-art transportation network provides timely access to domestic and global markets via air, land, and sea.

Austin-Bergstrom International Airport is just 25 miles from downtown Round Rock via IH-35 or the Texas SH-130 toll road. Additionally, Round Rock is directly served by four major highways: IH-35, SH-45, SH-130, and US 79. Three of the nation’s 10 largest cities – Houston, San Antonio, and Dallas – are less than three hours away by car.

A Welcoming and Vibrant Community

Austin may be known for keeping it weird, but Round Rock keeps it real. A skyrocketing Round Rock population has made this city one of the fastest-growing in the country, boasting ample amenities, from sports and outdoors to music and culture.

From exploring Round Rock’s 37 parks and more than 20 miles of developed trails to cheering on the Triple-A baseball team, the Round Rock Express, Round Rock offers outdoor recreation for all ages.

Additionally, Round Rock features an abundance of historical registered buildings, a vibrant Downtown historic, live performances, artist studios, museums, arts center, public art sculptures and more than 50 live music events each week.

Conclusion

Round Rock is committed to fostering a supportive and collaborative environment for businesses to grow and innovate. As the lead economic development organization for the city, the Round Rock Chamber of Commerce adopts a solutions-oriented approach, offering services such as expedited permitting, workforce development and business incentives to ensure that businesses thrive. The Chamber is equipped to help with everything from real estate site selection, connecting you with utility partners, incentive negotiations, or helping you navigate city, county, and state agencies.

Round Rock understands the importance of speed-to-market and want to get companies up and running as fast as possible. Talk to one of Round Rock’s market experts today to learn more!

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Market Overview
  • Population 123,876
  • Median Age 34
  • Median Household Income $73,552
  • Labor Force (% 16+) 74.1%
  • % with Bachelor’s Degree or Higher 42.1%
Market Experts
  • Jordan Robinson
  • Danielle Morrissey
  • Adriana Nunez-McDermott
  • Zach Scott
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