Texas is going social!

Busy times for NBSO Texas! During this summer we have been participating in different local and international events, and, at the same time, we continue to organize interesting activities for the coming months.

We are also happy to meet with new Dutch businesses and entrepreneurs this month, and share more services in our section "The Dutch in Texas".

Stay tuned and enjoy the news!

Contact us at office@nbso-texas.com
NBSO Texas Active
NBSO Americas Dialogues
The NBSO offices in the USA, Mexico, Argentina, and Brazil organized a new Americas Dialogue where Dutch entrepreneurs learned updates and opportunities on these potential markets.
NBSO Texas coming up
Transforming Athletic Development – 07/11
If you are in Dallas, don't miss the special presentation of Rene Wormhoudt, a Dutch sports entrepreneur and Conditioning Coach for the Dutch national men's soccer team.
Virtual Realities: Webinar & exhibition of M.C. Escher – 07/19
The NAF and the Museum of Fine Arts in Houston cordially invite you to their webinar about the special exhibit of M/C. Escher, which is currently running until Sept. 5.
PIVOT Conference – 07/25
PIVOT is a conference series featuring thought leaders and change-makers who are building the future of geothermal energy.
The Dutch in Texas
WTS Energy
Learn more about WTS Energy, the leading solution supplier in the International Oil, Gas, and Renewable Energy industries with a long history in Houston.
Texas, we have a world cup!
After the official FIFA announcement on June 16, Texas will be home to two Hosts cities for the FIFA World Cup 2026: Houston & Dallas!
Houston is the 5th global top tech ecosystem
According to a new report from Startup Genome and the Global Entrepreneurship Network, Houston ranks fifth among the world’s top 100 emerging ecosystems for startups.

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.

Registering a foreign entity

If your new company is already listed in another US State, you might need to register it in Texas in order to start your "business transactions".
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