Irving ranked as the fourth best US city for foreign multinationals to do business in the second annual ranking compiled by the Financial Times and Nikkei. Cities are ranked on a number of metrics including Workforce and Talent, Quality of Life and Aftercare, which refers to how cities welcome and cater to multinational residents.
The FT-Nikkei Investing in America ranking showcases the top US cities for international business. The ranking measures cities across more than four dozen metrics important to foreign investors. Irving is currently home to nine Fortune 500 corporate headquarters, more than 8,500 businesses and is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the state and nation.
For more information on the rankings and to see the full list visit, https://ig.ft.com/us-cities-index/.