Texas is booming!

NBSO Texas is proud to share this season more good news. The Lone Star State has been recognized again as a the best place for doing business, traveling and also, for technology development. At the same time, new officials from the Netherlands arrived to the US. Finally, interesting events are coming up this fall!

Let’s keep Texas rolling!
News from the Office

We are happy to have Mr. André Haspels as the new ambassador of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the United States. He recently presented his credentials to the White House.
Texas active
Gastech: opportunities for Dutch companies
NBSO Texas was present in Gastech, the leading exhibition and conference for the global gas, LNG and energy industries that took place in Houston, Texas.
Texas: best state for startups
A new study identified different Texas cities as best places in the United States for affordability for startups.

The Dutch in Texas: Agidens
Meet Agidens, the Dutch company that provides engineering and maintenance solutions for the oil and gas industry.
Self-driving cars coming to Texas
The vehicles will soon be manually driven through downtown and east Austin, mapping the city to prepare for the autonomous testing.
KLM airlines now flying to Austin
The Dutch airline is expanding its network in Texas with direct service three times a week from Amsterdam to the city of Austin.
NBSO coming up
Breakbulk Americas
On Oct. 8th, Breakbulk Americas hosts the entire industrial supply chain, which includes major oil and gas companies and EPC.
Nationaal Export Event
The Dutch foreign network and local companies interested in doing business abroad, will get together in The Netherlands on Nov. 6th.
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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Visas and Immigration Law

This article will discuss the various options Dutch companies and entrepreneurs have to transfer key personnel from the Dutch parent company to the U.S. or to hire foreign nationals either from abroad or already working in the U.S. for another company.
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