Texas is reloaded!

The first quarter of the year is completely reloaded with new projects, rankings, and events in Texas!

One more time, we are proud to share our successful workshops with entrepreneurs and feature new Dutch companies in Texas. In this line, we encourage you to stay tuned and participate in upcoming events for Dutch businesses and startups!

Enjoy the reading!

NBSO Texas team
NBSO Texas active
Understanding cultural and social differences
Another successful workshop organized by NBSO Texas took place on January 28, 2021, with nearly 40 Dutch companies, entrepreneurs, and two inspiring speakers: Frank Garten, Author, Coach & Speaker, and Liske Briët-Van Poelgeest, Business Partner at Woosh5. 
NBSO Texas coming up
CeraWeek 2021
From March 1 to 5, CERAWeek brings together global leaders to advance new ideas, insight, and solutions to the biggest challenges facing the future of energy, the environment, and climate.
Houston Matchmaking
Do you want to become a supplier in Houston? This virtual event will provide small businesses the opportunity to connect with prime contractors, large businesses, and local, state, and federal agencies.
South by South West 2021
The South by Southwest Conference & Festivals celebrates the convergence of the interactive and creative industries. This time, the online digital experience will take place from March 16-20.
The Dutch in Texas
Learn more about Acretio, a specialized logistics advisory and investment firm based in Houston, dedicated to the midstream sector of the Chemicals, Oil, Gas and Renewable industry.
Texas Medical Center accelerator to open applications for healthcare startups
Are you a healthcare startup ready to engage with one of the world's largest health systems? Then this program is for you.
Texas enters 2021 as the world's 9th largest economy by GDP
Texas continued to shine as "the beacon of hope and opportunity", according to the Texas Economic Development Corporation. Learn why many businesses have chosen the Lone Star State to grow and succeed.
Arcadis announced a global partnership with a Techstars startup based in Texas
The new partnership will see Arcadis incorporate Irys’ engagement tools within its own infrastructure, mobility and buildings projects with the aim to increase community involvement, collaboration and improve decision making.
Texas is the top exporting state 19th consecutive year
With $279.3 billion in exports in 2020, Texas is the no. 1 exporting state, with the Netherlands as one of the top trade partners.
Texas named a top state for women-led startups
According to a new study, the Lone Star state is on the top 10 list as a great place for women to be in charge in business.
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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Importing/exporting in the US

Are you planning to export to the US? Or, are you already located here and do you want to start importing goods? Review this complete guideline.
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