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Houston, Texas is in the 713, 281, 832 area codes in Harris County, Texas.
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A Nextiva local phone number in the City of Houston, Texas will give your business a local phone number presence, regardless of where your business is located or you may be traveling. Best of all, every Nextiva phone number comes with the most advanced PBX features, without the usual high costs.
Houston, Texas is home to approximately 2.2 million people, as the fourth largest city in the country and largest in the state. An estimated 187,124 companies do business in the greater Houston region.
Houston has a strong energy industry presence, particularly with regard to oil and natural gas. The biomedical research and aeronautics businesses as well as renewable energy sources for wind and solar are also becoming part of the economic base for Houston. The banking industry also feeds Houston's economy, with twenty-five foreign banks representing 13 nations operating there.
Five of the six super energy companies maintain an extensive large base of operations in Houston. The international headquarters of ConocoPhillips; Exxon-Mobil and Shell Oil are located there. It is also the headquarters of Chevron's 40 story building, where the company's Pipe Line Company subsidiary is located. In addition, Marathon Oil Corporation, Citgo and Apache Corporation, as well as alternative energy companies including Horizon Wind Energy maintain offices there.
The Houston metropolitan area ranked first in the state and third in the U.S. as one of the top "Best Places for Business and Careers" by Forbes magazine. Foreign governments also maintain trade and commercial offices for over 23 active foreign chambers of commerce and trade associations in the region.
Houston received top ranking for its local economy, employment opportunities, reasonable living costs and quality of life by Forbes. Technological innovation continues to expand its ranking as second in the nation for its annual Fortune 500 company headquarters. The city also ranked first for Forbes Best Cities for College Graduates and as the Best City to Buy a Home.
Houston's economy continues to grow for private-sector jobs as the nation's largest growing, according to U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. This also contributes greatly to small business expansion in the city.