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Since its conception, the Seguin Economic Development Corporation (SEDC) has built strong working relationships with various city, county, state, school district and utility officials. Through these partnerships, the SEDC is able to ensure that both existing and prospective companies in Seguin, are able to recieve the neccesary assistance needed to ensure their businesses' viability. 

10/35 Economic Development Alliance:
The 10/35 Economic Development Alliance is a partnership between the New Braunfels & Seguin EDC’s with the primary goal to recruit new/expand local businesses. Read more about the 10/35 Economic Development Alliance here.

Team Texas:
Team Texas is a dynamic statewide economic development marketing association promoting job creation and capital investment in over 100 exciting Texas cities! Team Texas has promoted its member cities and organizations for more than 25 years! Team Texas is a non-profit membership association which serves as an outreach program of the Texas Economic Development Council. Team Texas facilitates more than twenty annual domestic marketing recruitment initiatives and global marketing strategies on behalf of its 100+ members. Read more about Team Texas here.

TexasOne:
TexasOne is a program of Texas Economic Development Corporation created for the purpose of marketing and promoting Texas as a premier business location. Read more about TexasOne here.

Alamo Manufacturing Partnership:
The 8-county Alamo Manufacturing Partnership (AMP) consortium is a designated Investing in Manufacturing Communities Partnership (IMCP) community by the US Department of Commerce. The IMCP designation of the AMP is designed to accelerate our region’s ability to compete within a key manufacturing industry sector though the availability of federal assistance. Read more about the Alamo Manufacturing Partnership here.

Workforce Solutions Alamo:
Workforce Solutions Alamo serves the counties of Atascosa, Bandera, Bexar, Comal, Frio, Gillespie, Guadalupe, Karnes, Kendall, Kerr, Medina and Wilson counties. The mission of Workforce Solutions Alamo is to build a premier workforce that meets business demand through investments that support economic growth. The Workforce Solutions Alamo Board serves as the governing board for the regional workforce system, a network of service providers and contractors that brings people and jobs together. We represent the taxpayers of the 12-county Alamo region. Our membership reflects the diverse constituencies of the regional community: business, economic development, education, labor, community organizations, and government. Read more about Workforce Solutions Alamo here.

University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Small Business Development Center (SBDC):
The USTA SBDC provides entrepreneurs with access to professional and confidential business advising, a variety of quality training programs, and an extensive referral network at the Small Business Development Center (SBDC). With the addition of business advisors who live and work in your local community, success is just around the corner! Benefits of contacting your local SBDC include:
• No-cost, one-on-one, confidential business advising
• Cost friendly workshops designed for small businesses
• Professional referral network
• Access to research resources
• Lifelong business partners

Read more about the UTSA Small Business Development Center here.

Alamo Colleges (Central Texas Technology Center and Alamo Academies):

The Alamo Colleges serve the Bexar County community through their programs and services that help students succeed in acquiring the knowledge and skills needed in today's world. Student services include counseling, computer labs, tutoring, financial services, services for the disabled, developmental instruction, veteran's services, and job placement. The five colleges — San Antonio (est. 1925), St. Philip's (est. 1898), Palo Alto (est. 1985), Northeast Lakeview (est. 2007), and Northwest Vista (est. 1995) — offer associate degrees, certificates and licensures in occupational programs that prepare students for jobs, as well as arts and science courses that transfer to four-year colleges and universities and lead to AA and AS degrees. Read more about the Alamo Colleges here.

Central Texas Technology Center (CTTC):
The Alamo Colleges, in partnership with the New Braunfels 4B Economic Development Board and the Seguin 4A Economic Development Board have worked to bring Alamo Colleges services to New Braunfels, Seguin, and the surrounding area. The CTTC facility is intended as an avenue for New Braunfels/Seguin area residents to attain entry-level skills or increase technical skills and to connect to jobs or higher education opportunities. Read more about the CTTC here.

Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative (GVEC) Economic Development: 
Guadalupe Valley Electric’s Economic Development supports local initiatives with community grants and assist our area Chambers of Commerce and Economic Development offices in attracting industry and events, which work to create jobs and help our local economies prosper. GVEC also consistently works with state and national representatives on legislative initiatives. The team provides a variety of services to prospective industry and commercial businesses looking to relocate and transition into the GVEC service territory including: site and building data, market analysis assistance, relocation assistance, financial resource identification, community data and incentive packaging. Read more about GVEC Economic Development here.

Greater Seguin Chamber of Commerce:
The Greater Seguin Chamber of Commerce is a local membership association dedicated to the promotion of business in the greater Seguin area. The Chamber staff works along with many dedicated volunteers to ensure the continued success and economic growth of our region. Read more about the Greater Seguin Chamber of Commerce here.

Seguin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce:
The Seguin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce works To promote civic responsibility and awareness of community needs; To promote business involvement in the community; To promote charitable and cultural events in the community; To promote educational projects that involve civic, patriotic, charitable, and economic development for the benefit of the community; To transact any or all lawful business for which the Chamber may be incorporated under the Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act. Read more about the Seguin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce here.

Federal Transit Administration (FTA):
The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) provides financial and technical assistance to local public transit systems, including buses, subways, light rail, commuter rail, trolleys and ferries. FTA also oversees safety measures and helps develop next-generation technology research. Read more about the FTA here.

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