Texas is busy!

After a busy summer, NBSO Texas jumps into the fall and continues to participate and organize special activities and events. US Economic Network Days, Water & Resiliency field trips, and successful Dutch in Texas are some of them. And the most important one is coming soon: don't miss our Energy transition event on October 5th!. We hope to see you there.

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NBSO Texas team
News from the Office:
In-person again!
After almost 2 years of virtual meetings, NBSO Texas, along with all the Dutch missions in the US, connected in person during the Economic Network Days, in Washington DC. Following all the CDC guidelines, it was very nice to finally meet all our colleagues in the region!
NBSO active: Water & Resiliency
The Chief Representative of NBSO Texas, Bee Kothuis led a special field trip in Water & Resiliency with Esther van Geloven, Sr. Policy Officer at Netherlands Consulate in Miami, who visited the region for this specific mission.
NBSO Texas coming up
Houston and the NL: Opportunities in CCS
Don't miss this special webinar on Oct 5 about the latest trends in Carbon Capture & Storage in Houston and the Netherlands. We will have high-level speakers from Shell, Exxon, the US Energy Department, the Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs, among others.
World of Healthcare & Health Holland program
WoH is a 3-day virtual program for decision-makers in international, national, regional and local healthcare. Sept. 28-30
Automotive Industry Summit in SA
If you are a provider, vendor, or partner in the automotive industry, check out this special conference in Texas. Oct 14-15
Dutch entrepreneur recognized by Texas
The Stroop Club, a Dutch company in Austin, was recognized by HEB in the Quest for Texas, thanks to their innovative Stroopwafel syrup.
Texas companies in Inc 5000 Ranking
More than 400 Texan companies were recognized as the most successful private companies in the United States.
Texas Medical Center 3 breaks ground
The expansion of the largest medical center in the world has already begun in Houston. The location will have a 37-acre life science campus designed to unite the best minds in medicine and commercialization.
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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