• Austin Top Global Tech City

    According to a recent study released by British consultancy firm Savills, Austin is the top tech city in the world. Recognized for its culture, tech-savvy workforce and quality of life, Austin continues to top the charts in this recent report. Read more on Austin.com.

     


  • The Chamber Welcomes Mayor Adler

    Join us for Implementing a New Way Forward where Mayor Adler will report on his first three months in office. Come hear his thoughts on where we are today and what needs to happen next to move forward in 2015 and beyond. 


  • ABIA wins Routes America Marketing honor

    ABIA won the 2015 Routes Marketing Award. In addition to earning this honor for our part of the globe, the award puts ABIA in the running for the World Routes awards. More on this honor may be read on the Routes Website.


  • Tropical Costa Rica

    Looking for your next adventure? Check out our upcoming travel opportunity to Costa Rica. An information session will be held at the Chamber on Monday, April 6th at 5:30 pm (RSVP required). Please contact Jan Riepen (jriepen@austinchamber.com) if you're interested. Click here for more information.


  • Austin Top on Largest U.S. Cities List

    The Census Bureau has released data that highlights the top cities that have expanded quickest in post-recession years here in the U.S. Austin, which experienced a 12 percent population surge between 2010 and 2013, tops the list. Read more about this report on Slate.


  • Updated Newcomers Guide Now Available!

    The Austin Newcomer guide provides a look at the top interests of this wonderful city. This publication is a great tool for visitors and those new to Austin. Whether you are relocating for a job, school or change of scenery, you will appreciate the list of the top choices for nightlife, food, and entertainment. Request your copy today! Can't wait? Check out the digital version of the guide here.

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The Census Bureau reports that 40.5% of Austin area residents age 25 and over hold a bachelor’s degree, well over the national average of 29.1% in 2012.