Texas is growing!
Greetings!

Summer is about to end, and NBSO Texas is working on interesting reports and events for this fall! Also, we are proud to see more Dutch companies thriving in the Lone Star State. On the other hand: is hurricane season! In this line, the Netherlands expertise is helping the US to find new ways of flooding prevention and coastal protection.
Let's keep Texas moving!
News from the Office

Our intern, Alissa Breden, has finished her period at NBSO Texas with a lot of learning and new experiences. This month she will present her report in the Netherlands (see events). If you are interested in the results, please let us know. We’ll send you the report. We wish her the best of success in her career! Learn more about her experience.
NBSO Texas coming up
Agri-Tech opportunities in Texas
On September 10th in The Hague, we will launch the report "Agricultural Technology in Texas: An Opportunity Analysis", presented by Alissa Breden, our NBSO intern.
Economic Trade Mission 2020: Information Session
For companies in NL interested in doing business in the US, Rotterdam Partners is hosting an information session on Sept. 23 for our upcoming trade mission to Houston.
The Dutch in Texas
C-Jobs expands their business to Texas
The independent ship design and engineering company for the maritime market, has landed in Texas with a new office to be inaugurated in Houston.
A Dutch realtor in Texas: Robert de Lange
The Real Estate is an important industry in Texas. Meet Robert de Lange, a licensed real estate agent, who have been in this business for several years.
New Compliance lands in Memorial Hermann
The Dutch company that has been developing innovative solutions for efficiency, hygiene and to prevent patient infections within hospitals - recently launched a OR Cockpit in one of the largest health systems in Texas.
News
Dutch expertise for preventing disasters
Henk Ovink, first Water Ambassador of the Netherlands, was highlighted at CBS giving his advice about flood prevention for storms and hurricanes in the US.
Business Friendliness in Texas
Texas was ranked as one of the best states for Small Business, with an A for "Small Business Friendliness".
The Lone Star State maintained its position from last year!
FAQ
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 .
Taxes: how to pay? 

Every business in the US must to correctly pay their taxes. Depending on your business structure, there are federal, state, and local tax obligations you must pay. Learn more here.
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