Lubbock Economic Development Alliance

Katherine White

Interim Director of Marketing & Communications

1500 Broadway
Sixth Floor
Lubbock, Texas 79401
Phone : 806-723-8236
Toll-free : N/A
Fax : N/A
Email : katherine@marketlubbock.org
Website : www.LubbockEDA.org

Targeted Industries

•   Alternative Energy & Fuels
•   Bio & Pharmaceuticals
•   Food & Agriculture Related
•   Logistics, Warehousing & Distribution
•   Manufacturing
•   Technology/R&D

About Lubbock Economic Development Alliance

The Lubbock Economic Development Alliance’s (LEDA) mission is to promote economic growth by creating high-quality jobs, investing in new capital improvements and improving Lubbock’s quality of life. LEDA accomplishes its mission by developing relationships with corporations and individuals across the region, state and nation that help to provide organizations a business-friendly environment and a skilled, qualified workforce. Our partnerships continue to build upon an infrastructure that helps local businesses grow and foster an innovative and competitive landscape for new businesses to the area. Our industry profile continues to diversify proving that Lubbock’s economy is stable and viable.

The LEDA team has expert knowledge and valuable relationships to ensure your business’ success. We have knowledgeable staff in the departments of Business Recruitment, Business Retention, Workforce Development, Marketing as well as a Foreign Trade Zone specialist.


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