First of all, a happy and healthy New Year! At NBSO Texas we started this 2021 with many challenges and opportunities. Changes in our offices, Dutch companies featured in the media, and a new commercial Space Center in Houston are some of our news.
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News from the office
After more than 5 years as Chief Representative at the NBSO Texas, Saskia Pardaans started a new position at the Dutch Embassy, as a Senior Advisor at the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management as of January 1st. She will take charge as Chief Representative at NBSO Texas until March. We are currently looking for new candidates for this position.
Big companies moving to Texas!
During the last months, Texas has experienced a massive arrival of new businesses, especially large and recognized companies. Why they chose the Lone Star State?
We continue our workshops "The Secrets of doing Business in Texas" this year. During this session, you will learn to transform cultural differences into a competitive advantage and adjust your strategy accordingly.
If you are interested in doing business in Houston, San Antonio, Austin, or Dallas, check out our new city brochures that contain practical and useful information.
In serving our clients, we frequently hear the same questions and concerns, which is very logical, looking at the fact that most entrepreneurs encounter the same challenges when doing business in Texas. In each newsletter we ask our experts to serve you with very detailed insights and advice.
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How to protect your business?
When you start a business abroad, especially in a competitive market like the US, is very important to protect your ideas, services, and products. Learn the most common registrations for these purposes.
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