Economic Initiatives

Companies Who Received Abatements/Funding


Hulu is an American subscription video on-demand service that continues to redefine TV by connecting more than 12 million subscribers with full seasons of hit series, premium original content, and films. Hulu built their Viewer Operations Headquarters in San Antonio and invested a total of $15 million which will create 500 new jobs with an average wage of $38,494.


Founded in 2000, San Antonio-based CaptureRx®️ is a leading 340B solution provider whose innovative products and services support relationships among entities, pharmacies, and patients. Currently, CaptureRx®️ solutions serves more than 500 hospitals and health centers in 45 states via a robust pharmacy network and a preferred 340B partnership allowing access to any Rite Aid Pharmacy. CaptureRx®️ will retain 114 existing jobs and create 120 new, full-time positions in downtown San Antonio with an average wage of $91,000.  


Bexar County is honored to have helped bring Indian manufacturer Indo-MIM, the global leader in metal injection molding, to San Antonio. This $24 million investment will create a 58,000 square-food facility at Port San Antonio, promising 500 new jobs. With an annucal impact of $30 billion, they will be a strong addition to our robust and growing manufacturing industry.


TJ Maxx, Marshalls (TJX) is building a $150 million distribution center in south Bexar County with a potential 1,500 new jobs for the local community. As part of this investment, the company donated land for a new school facility in the Southside Independent School district.The company is working with local organizations to preserve the historic resources found on approx. 300 acres of flood plain near the Mission Espada, and also donated 3 linear miles of property to the City of San Antonio for a bike and pedestrian route known as the “Espada Trail Connection”. The trail will connect 13 trail miles on the Medina River Greenway to 14 miles of trail along the San Antonio River for a total of 31 seamless trail miles across Bexar County.  

Ernst & Young U.S. LLP

The 40,000 person professional services firm is expanding their existing operation in San Antonio thanks to proposed tax incentives offered by Bexar County. Ernst and Young plan to make capital investments of at least $8.5M and create 600 new jobs while retaining their downtown site which currently employs 225 associates.

Credit Human Federal Credit Union

The not-for-profit Federal Credit Union plans to make capital investments in Bexar County totaling over $112M. Part of this venture will include building a new corporate headquarters in San Antonio, retaining 439 existing full-time jobs, and creating 50 new positions. Bexar County’s proposal was successfully selected from among 7 contending sites.