Texas is energized!

During the last month we have been cooperating with multiple Dutch companies, international and local partners in our first Digital Trade Mission on Energy Transition. The event was organized together with the Consulate General of Miami, Rotterdam Partners, Greater Houston Partnership, FME and RVO, which together achieved a great success.

We also have been sharing with different Dutch entrepreneurs through our NBSO dialogues and matchmaking opportunities. More Dutch in Texas, virtual events and interesting news are coming in the following lines!

Enjoy the reading!
NBSO active
Digital Trade Mission Energy 2.0
On Nov 16 to 18 NBSO Texas joined with different partners to present a Virtual Trade Mission between Houston and Rotterdam, with the participation of the mayors of both cities and high-level officials.
NBSO Americas: Agriculture sector
Continuing with the dialogues between NBSO offices in America and Dutch entrepreneurs, this time the participants had the opportunity to learn about the agriculture sector in the region.
NBSO coming up
NBSO Americas Dialogue Season 2: Life Science and Healthcare
Are you a health and life science company or entrepreneur looking to expand your business to America? Then join our next NBSO Americas Dialogue on December 10.
The Dutch in Texas
SBM Offshore
Learn more about SBM Offshore, the leading in leased floating production systems, with an important role to play in the global energy development.
Hatenboer-Water opens a new office in Houston
In order to support their installed base and clients in the Americas region, Hatenboer-Water launched a new office in Texas.
Opportunities to bring clean energy in San Antonio
A Request for Proposal (RFP) seeking to add up to 900 MW of solar, 50 MW of energy storage and 500 MW of firming capacity to provide energy reliability for the San Antonio community.
E-health market in Texas
The Texas E-Health Alliance launched a useful analysis about the Digital Health Market in Texas and key trends in the state’s digital healthcare landscape.
Texas cities are best to live
WalletHub published a ranking with the best small cities to live in the U.S., based in different categories and dimensions, where 3 Texan cities are among the top 10.
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.
How to register a foreign company?

If you are planning to start or expand your business to Texas, review this practical guide on how to register your company under the Lone Star State rules.
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