The Region

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Greater San Antonio Major Headquarters

San Antonio is home to more than 400 headquarters operations. Some of the largest regional headquarters by way of employment and revenue include:

Population Growth


(2015 to 2020)

University Graduate Growth


Job Growth vs.


6.2% U.S. Average (2015-2020)

Largest in the U.S.

Hispanic Population



Population: 48,991
Total Regional Employment: 20,887
Median Household Income: $82.4K



Population: 23,548
Total Regional Employment: 4,891
Median Household Income: $53.7K



Population: 52,276
Total Regional Employment: 12,367
Median Household Income: $61.1K

Economic Report



Population: 161,446
Total Regional Employment: 68,521
Median Household Income: $75.4K



Population: 170,741
Total Regional Employment: 48,019
Median Household Income: $70.9K



Population: 2,033,687
Total Regional Employment: 1,007,104
Median Household Income: $55.5K



Population: 52,019
Total Regional Employment: 11,196
Median Household Income: $72.4K



Population: 51,780
Total Regional Employment: 16,416
Median Household Income: $55.3K

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Eight Counties, One Greater SATX

Greater San Antonio includes 8 counties with thriving, unique, and diverse economies.

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SATX Regional Economic Partnership

San Antonio is made even greater with the support of our Regional Partners: 

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Bexar County Economic and Community Development works to grow our economy and strengthen the quality of life in Bexar County by developing our workforce, fostering local business partnerships, and providing community resources for individuals and families in our community.

Kendall County is the 11th-fastest growing county in the state of Texas and the 31st-fastest growing county in the nation. Learn more about the boundless opportunities in Boerne/Kendall County.

Established in 1844 when Henri Castro brought settlers from Alsace, France, Castroville has recently seen remarkable growth. The city will more than double in population over the next 10 years. Acting as a hub for the area, the city also has an average household income of $61,375 and over 27,000 cars passing through each day. > Economic Development

The City of Cibolo is a Texas community strategically located on the Interstate 10 and Interstate 35 corridors just northeast of San Antonio. While careful maintenance of its “small town Texas” identity makes it a great place to live, several other factors make it a premier place to do business: proximity to major urban conveniences; transportation options; a decade of strong economic and infrastructure growth; and a young, highly educated workforce with the talents and skills to help the community prosper well into the 21st century.

Part of the greater San Antonio region our community has grown 65% over the last six years. Choose Converse Texas for your business location.

Business is taking off in fast-growing, fast-moving Hondo where a strategic transit network includes immediate connection to U.S. 90, Class I rail and the rapidly developing South Texas Regional Airport. Hondo’s growth in population and jobs is also driven by lower costs, high quality of life and a pro-business ease. > Economic-Development

Leon Valley: Deep Roots. Big Ideas.

Within the northwest side of San Antonio is the independent municipality of Leon Valley. This enclave in Bexar County is a part of the San Antonio-New Braunfels Metropolitan Statistical Area and home to 11,542 residents.

The City of Live Oak Economic Development Corporation (LOEDC) is a leading business and community catalyst focused on building economic prosperity in the City and throughout the region.

By developing and implementing programs, the LOEDC will facilitate growth and development of existing companies, as well as, provide the foundation to effectively recruit new companies to the area. The result of these broad and diverse economic development initiatives, will be an increased property and sales tax base for the City of Live Oak, a dynamic economic environment for our business community, and an enhanced quality of life for Live Oak’s residents. > Doing Business > Economic Development Corporation

Medina County, located in south-central Texas, is comprised of 6 delightful communities. With rich resources and convenient access to the major city of San Antonio, Medina County is an ideal spot for growing a business and raising a family.

In the heart of the Texas Hill Country lies the beautiful community of New Braunfels. Communities like this are unique. Refined by old-world German heritage and complemented by an unrivaled quality of life, it’s no wonder this town of 90,206 is visited by more than three million tourists each year and has grown by 102% since 2003.

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San Antonio is a model city for the new face of America—a diverse, progressive, and globally competitive city with a solid vision for national and international economic development. In 2012, San Antonio was named an All-America City by the National Civic League.

Conveniently located on Interstate 35 and Interstate 10, the City of Schertz has emerged as a leader for industrial development within the San Antonio and Austin region. The City actively seeks to create a welcoming and prosperous place to conduct business and call home.

Located thirty minutes east of San Antonio and about an hour south of Austin, Seguin is positioned to compete for future investment. Seguin has ample property ready for development and excellent access to the major thoroughfares of I-10 and SH130. With a population of over 30,000 people, Seguin is a diverse community that people of all incomes, ages and backgrounds call home.

The City of Selma maintains its competitiveness in the region by offering economic development incentives to facilitate quality development. 


Shavano Park strives to be the premier community in Bexar County, preserving and celebrating our natural setting and small-town traditions amid the surrounding area’s urban growth.
Our vision is an aspirational description of what the City endeavors to be in the future, and it is intended to serve as an overarching guide.

Also known as the Gateway to Randolph Air Force Base, Universal City is a residential and business community located within the San Antonio-New Braunfels MSA. The Universal City Economic Development Corporation (UCEDC) uses its sales tax funds to assist qualifying companies with relocations, expansions, infrastructure or site development needs, site redevelopment, and façade improvements.

Windcrest, often called the “City of Lights,” is known for its stunning Christmas displays.  Located 11 miles NorthEast from downtown San Antonio, a metropolitan area of over 2 million, Windcrest is centered in one of the fastest-growing regions in the Country.