Texas is moving!

While Texas activates its economy and business, NBSO Texas continues to developing more activities for Dutch companies that want to do business in this region. Learn more about our latest workshops, discover new virtual events and share more positive news from the Lone Star State!

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NBSO active
Workshop: Is your company future-proof?
In our 3rd workshop form our series "The Secrets of doing business in Texas", we had the participation of 3 international entrepreneurs, who shared their experiences and strategies to improve Dutch organizations with a long-term vision.
NBSO coming up
National Export Event 2020
Do you export good or services and want to explore the international business? Then join the National Export Event on September 30. You will have the opportunity to discuss with NBSO's representatives, trade experts and agricultural councils.
NBSO Americas Dialogue Season 2: Water Sector
After a successful first season, we launch our second NBSO Americas Dialogues series for Dutch entrepreneurs that want to do business in the American region. In each session we will talk about different sectors of interest.
The Dutch in Texas
Dutch School Houston
Two international educators developed a specialized school in Texas, that preserves the Dutch-Belgium language and heritage. Learn how they started and how they adapted their classes into a virtual learning environment.
Dutch firm launches first phase of Houston Botanic Garden
West 8, the award-winning Dutch landscape architecture and urban design firm has inaugurated the first-of-its-kind horticultural hub in Houston.
Texas is a top state for Infrastructure and Corporate Investment
The index ranks states based on investment trends in infrastructure projects and corporate end-user facility projects.
High-speed train between Dallas and Houston gets federal approval
The Texas Central Railroad is planning to operate these trains from Houston to Dallas with a stop near College Station.
Houston recognized as City of the Future
A new study ranks Houston as the top #3 city of the future. The Texan city stands out among the best for global business investment, human capital and lifestyle.
Texas companies among the fastest-growing firms
More than 430 Texas organizations have been included as the fastest-growing private companies in America, according to the Inc. 5000 list.
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.

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