The SA Works jobs report concluded that while job growth is up, the key to maintaining a stable workforce in San Antonio is skill development.
Knight Aerospace, which fabricates specialized aircraft interiors, is relocating to Port San Antonio to gain more space as its business expands.
*Sponsored* San Antonio’s Business Retention and Expansion team recognizes the necessity of maintaining a strong local business community.
In 2019, the foundation will align its international business development tactics with findings from the Brookings Institution Global Cities Initiative, set to be released later this year.
Accenture already employs 1,300 people in San Antonio and, pending local incentive approvals, plans to invest $5 million more to expand here.
Cuisine Solutions will make the largest investment to date at Brooks and join Nissei Plastic Machinery America and OKIN BPS on the campus in the coming years.
The planned expansion is expected to create approximately 600 new jobs to serve the Virginia-based company’s 1.8 million members around the world.
In 2017, the aerospace industry contributed $3.4 billion to San Antonio and the regional economy, according to a report released by the City and the San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.
Cautiously optimistic that a revised trilateral free-trade agreement is headed for ratification, automakers are turning their focus to tariffs.
A business process service company announced Monday it will open its U.S. headquarters at Brooks, with plans to offer more than 1,400 jobs locally.