Business is booming in Collin County.

In 2017 alone, Plano celebrated the opening of the new Toyota North American Headquarters; new mixed-use development, Legacy West; Boeing Global Services; and countless new restaurants, stores and businesses, large and small.

Meanwhile, Frisco is now the home to Dallas Cowboys corporate headquarters as well as mixed-use development, The Star in Frisco. In fact, over the next five years Collin County is projected to be the nation’s second fastest growing economy (second only to our neighbor, Denton County).

In a recent interview, Craig Hall, chairman and founder of Hall Group, summed it up for us, “we are a hotbed of new businesses and thriving growth. In the U.S., 20 counties accounted for about 50 percent of new startups and businesses in the last few years—and three of those are Collin, Tarrant and Dallas counties.”

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