What makes Sioux Falls a better place for business? Maybe it is our favorable tax climate, ranked #2 in the nation. It might be our well-trained and growing workforce. Or maybe it is our great crossroads location with its efficient transportation system and reliable telecommunications network. Then again, it could be the low cost of doing business; we´re ranked #4 in the US. One thing is certain: there are plenty of reasons business is better in Sioux Falls.
Education is better in Sioux Falls. There are a variety of public and private educational opportunities available in the region, from pre-K through medical and doctoral degrees. Our residents know that educational attainment is important to a bright and productive future, and the number of high school and college graduates in the region reflects that priority.Read More
Sioux Falls has a better transportation hub. Our effective and efficient transportation system includes two Interstate highways, Class I rail, convenient air service. . .
Sioux Falls has a better workforce. Not only is it large enough to meet the needs of both new and existing businesses, it´s growing by 2300 workers a year. . .
There is better training for our workforce in Sioux Falls. A multitude of options are available to meet businesses´ needs at both the high school and postsecondary. . .
The secret is out: Sioux Falls is a better place to live. Our young, well-educated, well-trained workforce is expanding to meet the needs of both new and existing businesses. . .
South Dakota is business friendly when it comes to tax climate, coming in at an impressive #2 in the Tax Foundation´s 2015 State Business Tax Climate Index. With no corporate. . .
The Sioux Empire offers better incentives to both new and existing businesses. Reduced property taxes, new-construction tax incentive, sales tax refund on capital machinery. . .
Sioux Falls has an extensive, well-developed network of utilities that service businesses and homes in the region. Service is reliable and costs are competitive. Our telecommunications. . .