Texas is bountiful!
Greetings!

November brought us Thanksgiving and a visit from the Royal Dutch Butchers. We also published some more research findings spotlighting San Antonio and Dallas, as well as the hidden gem that is Matagorda County. We look forward to a busy December!
Butchers Tour Texas

In October, a group of butchers from the Royal Dutch Butchers came to Texas to learn about the beef and supply chain industry in the state. The group started off their journey by visiting the Great State Fair of Texas and the Pan-American Livestock show.

Read more about their trip here.
NBSO Active
Startup Guide Dallas Fort Worth
Startup Guide San Antonio
The brochures outlining resources for startups in San Antonio and Dallas-Fort Worth are live! They join the pages we had published for Houston and Austin, in which readers can find valuable information about co-working spaces, incubators, investment capital and everything else entrepreneurs will need on their journey to doing business in Texas.

Click on the images for direct links to the new guides, or the button below to check out all of our publications.
Region Spotlight: Matagorda County
We like to highlight regions of Texas and industry sectors that make this state so interesting for people to come live and do business here.

This month we are highlighting Matagorda County, which is located in South East Texas just two hours South of Houston.
Strengthening Ties : Austin & Eindhoven
Brainport Eindhoven is on a journey to strengthen its ties with Austin, including the possibility of an official sister cities designation in the future. 

Eindhoven's focus on
Technology, Design and Knowledge (TDK) finds a compliment in Austin, which has a young, well-educated population that is equal parts technical and creative.
The Dutch in Texas

In every news letter we make sure a Dutch company is in the limelight.
This time we want to tell you more about Catherine Van Zupthen, Real Estate Broker. Van Zupthen especially loves working with luxury residential properties, but she also handles commercial properties.
FAQ
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.

Do you have a question that you'd like to have answered in this section? Let us know and send an email to office@nbso-texas.com .
Verifying a Trustworthy Business

Although often referred to as the same thing, agents and distributors have some key differences in the way they operate, so knowing the difference can have big implications for your business. Find out how they differ and which is the right choice for you!
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