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As Texas is getting back to business, our office launches new projects and virtual activities. We are developing a series of webinars, workshops and interviews, among other news that we want to share this month with you.

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News from the Office

King’s Day this year was a little different but keeping the same spirit. The Dutch around the world and NBSO Texas celebrated at home wearing orange, maintaining our traditions and friendship. Thanks to all who shared this moment with us! We encourage you to tag us in our social media channels!
NBSO active
The Battle of Texas: Dutch TV series
De slag om Texas is a four-chapter documentary created by a Dutch channel. In this interesting program, a Dutch correspondent travels through Texas, where the America of the future is rapidly taking shape.
Interview with Eelco Bosch van Rosenthal
NBSO Texas interviewed the presenter of "The Battle of Texas", Eelco Bosch van Rosenthal, who traveled across the Lone Star State to discover how much this region has changed over the last years.
NBSO Coming up
Webinar: The digital transformation during and after Coronavirus
The global pandemic has exposed the importance of the life science and health sector, especially when it comes to digital transformation. Join us in our webinar about "The digital transformation of Life Science and Healthcare during and after coronavirus" and discover more about the last trends of this industry.
The Dutch in Texas
Innovative solutions for the O&G industry
During energy crisis, a technological spark may give hope to companies struggling with operational costs. A Dutch company, CRA-Tubulars, is developing innovation for the oil and gas market.
Houston Dutch Lions FC: soccer for all
If you like sports, learn more about the Houston Dutch Lions FC, a soccer club based in the Greater Houston, open to all players looking to improve their skills and cultivate a love for the game of soccer.
News
Texas is open to business: guidelines for the transition
After several weeks of uncertainty and closed stores, Texas is starting to reopen its businesses. The first phases of this process was announced by the governor and it will run under specific rules.
The Netherlands leads ranking in digitalization
According to a new study, the Netherlands ranks as one of the four European frontrunners in digitalization. The digital adoption rates in the Netherlands are above the European average in all sectors.
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 .
Disaster loans

The Small Business Administration is been announcing different resources and programs to help companies to stay in business during COVID-19. Is your company eligible? Find out here.
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