2021 Rio Grande Valley Economic Forecast & Market Incentives March 25, 2021

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March 30, 2021. FLOCKING TO RIO GRANDE VALLEY: PRIMED FOR RAPID GROWTH • Onshoring, Nearshoring picking up steam • Other Economic Forces Driving Growth in the Rio Grande Valley Region • Texodus: Corporate Relocations to Texas • Current Investment & Development Opportunities Available • Tools & Incentives to Promote Area Growth • 10-year Projections for the Rio Grande Valley Region Michael Blum Partner & Managing Director NAI Rio Grande Valley Conrad Madsen III, SIOR Co-Founder & Partner Paladin Partners Noi Mahoney Cross-Border Market Reporter Freightwaves.com Marv Esterly Aviation Director Valley International Airport Walker Smith Director Port of Harlingen Dr. Janna Arney Deputy President University of Texas Rio Grande Valley Linda Ufland Entrepreneurship & Commercialization Center Manager University of Texas Rio Grande Valley GETTING FROM IDEA TO DONE DEAL: UTILIZING BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT RESOURCES • Community Workforce Assistance • How Will Housing and Jobs Impact Growth in the Region? • LNG Construction Impacts on Local Housing • National & Local Additional Business Development Resources • I69 Impacts on the Rio Grande Valley Region • What Impact has COVID-19 had? • Will the Vaccine Arrive in Time? Randy Summers, CCIM Managing Broker Davis Equity Josh Mejia Executive Director Brownsville Community Improvement Corporation Raudel Garza Manager & CEO Harlingen Economic Development Corporation Matt Ruszczak Executive Director Rio South Texas Economic Council Sergio Contreras President/CEO Rio Grande Valley Partnership Brian Reed Team Leader/Broker The Ryan & Brian Real Estate Team Lead, Broker of Tierra Frontera, LLC ALREADY GOING STRONG: INDUSTRIAL, AUTOMOTIVE & AERO-SPACE DEVELOPMENT IN THE AREA • Projections & Impacts of Private Space Launch Facilities • Current Projections for Automotive & Industrial Development • Market for Industrial Development, Spec Space • Growth in the Automotive Region • Port of Brownsville Update Selene Guerrero Marketing Manager Harlingen Economic Development Corporation Keith Patridge President & CEO McAllen Economic Development Corporation Teclo Garcia Economic Development Director City of Laredo Carlo Molano, SIOR Managing Principal Forum Commercial Real Estate Helen Ramirez, AICP Deputy City Manager for the City of Brownsville and Executive Director for the Greater Brownsville Incentives Corporation (GBIC) City of Brownsville Eduardo Campirano Port Director & CEO Port of Brownsville


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TEXAS
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South Texas
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Laredo


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