Texas is energized!

The last quarter of the year is bringing a lot of energy to Texas! During these days, our office has been active in different events in Austin and in Houston and organizing meetings with the Dutch business community in the Lone Star State. 

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News from the office
Texas Secretary of State John B. Scott received a token of gratitude from the Consulate of the Netherlands in Miami and NBSO Texas for his valuable support during Her Majesty Queen Máxima's visit. In addition, our Honorary Consul of the Netherlands in Austin, Marius Haas, was officially inaugurated by Consul General Ruth Emmerink.
NBSO Active
Energy Transition Lunch series
The first Energy & Transition Dutch networking lunch kicked off this month with the attendance of our Honorary Consul in Houston, Aura Cuellar, and multiple Dutch business representatives in Houston.
ClimateTech Summit 2022
NBSO Texas was present at the ClimateTech Summit in Houston organized by Greentown Labs, learning about the challenges and technologies that will move the energy transition forward.
NBSO Texas coming up
EU TX Economic Leadership Forum
The European American Chamber of Commerce will host the annual Economic Leadership Forum on December 1st in Houston, in attendance of diplomatic officials and EU delegates.
Sinterklaas in Houston
The traditional Sinterklaasfeest (St. Nicolas Party) will take place on Saturday, December 3, 2022, at the St. Basil Greek Church grounds in Houston.
ThinkBike 2022
On the 10th anniversary of the first ThinkBike workshop celebrated in Austin, the city hosted again a group of experts from the Dutch Cycling Embassy, who took a ride through the city to experience the urban infrastructure inspired by the Netherlands.
Texas is a top Foreign Trade Zone
Texas ranks No. 1 in the U.S. for total Foreign Trade Zone economic impact, and four Texas FTZs rank among the top in the country, according to Site Selection Magazine.

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