Texas is going clean!

In April, Texas is recharged with tech events, startup connections, and several opportunities in clean energy! As the state opens up to further developments and innovations, we are looking to connect more Dutch companies with these promising sectors through our events and initiatives.

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NBSO Texas team
NBSO Texas active
The secrets of doing business in Texas #5
On April 14 we had another successful workshop "The secrets of doing business in Texas". This time, Dutch companies had the opportunity to explore sources of financing and investment, presented by Wily Verbrugghe, Aryan Dokht, and Marc Nathan.
NBSO Texas coming up
Pitch & Connect event
On April 28, NBSO Texas and the Dutch diplomatic and cultural network in the US are organizing a pitching event for promising Dutch startups. Stay tuned to our social media for online streaming.
Houston Tech Rodeo
In May, this festival celebrates the convergence of popular culture and innovation in Houston. A week-long corralling of the Houston tech community, driving new connections, ideas, and innovation.
The Dutch in Texas
ORTEC is the world’s leading supplier of mathematical optimization software and advanced analytics. Learn more about this innovative Dutch company that has been in Texas since 2012.
First Venture Capital Fund in Texas dedicated to the Energy Transition
Investments will focus on companies driving or benefitting from the energy transition off fossil fuels, across categories including distributed energy, electrification, mobility, and resource efficiency. 
San Antonio launches regional economic development strategy
The plan is a collaborative effort among the region’s largest employers, education and training partners, small businesses, local economic development partners, and the public sector.
Texas is the 3rd most innovative state in the nation
Research by the Draper Hero Institute created an index of emerging innovative hot spots to recognize the development of advanced technology and economic growth.
Rice Alliance Accelerator opens applications for clean energy startups
The program is open to early-stage startups that contribute to significant energy efficiency improvements, are developing energy derived from renewable, zero-emissions sources, and more.
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 find and win government contracts?

Federal contracts in the US are a great opportunity for Dutch companies and small businesses. But how do you get access to these projects? How can you successfully do business with the government? Learn here.
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