Irving has secured the fourth spot in the second annual Investing in America ranking, a collaboration between the Financial Times and Nikkei. The ranking assesses cities across various metrics crucial for foreign multinational businesses, including Workforce and Talent, Quality of Life, and Aftercare.
The FT-Nikkei Investing in America ranking is a comprehensive evaluation of cities' appeal to international businesses. Among the factors considered are the city's ability to provide a skilled workforce, the overall quality of life, and the aftercare services offered to multinational residents.
Irving's position in the top four highlights its attractiveness for foreign investors. The city is currently home to nine Fortune 500 corporate headquarters, boasting a business community of over 8,500 establishments. Additionally, Irving stands out as one of the most culturally diverse cities in both the state and the nation.