Texas is vibrant!

We jumped into the second month of the year and the agenda is already full in Texas! New nonstop flights from Schiphol, accelerator programs, sports exchanges, and more. Large in-person events are fully coming back to Texas in the coming weeks, opening opportunities in LSH, startups, technology, energy transition, and other industries. Finally, we share with you a practical FAQ for companies and professionals interested in moving to Texas.

Enjoy the news and don't hesitate to contact us at office@nbso-texas.com

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NBSO Texas coming up
THA conference 2022
The Texas Hospital Association will hold its annual meeting during Feb 8-9, 2022 where they will discuss public policy concerns, regulations, and legislation.
Texas Life Science Forum
Companies, hospitals, investors and other relevant actors will meet at Rice University around a special forum focused on the Life Science sector. In-person, on Feb 24th.
Houston Tech Rodeo
From February 27 to March 4th, the Houston Tech Rodeo Roadshow is designed to connect, develop, and showcase Houston innovation.
Floating Wind Solutions
FWS brings together different critical players within the wind and offshore industries enabling the adoption of Floating Wind Energy globally.
Women in Tech forum
On Feb 8-9, the Women in Tech and Innovation Forum aims to discuss the constantly evolving role of technology in modern life.
CERA Week 2022
The world’s preeminent energy conference will convene multiple energy industry leaders in Houston, From March 7-11.
SXSW 2022
After two years, Austin is ready to welcome back the South by South West festival in person, an international event that converges the tech, film, and music industries in Texas. This year the event will include a Wellness Expo and an XR Experience, among other activities. From March 11 to 20.
KLM announces nonstop service to Austin
The new direct route between Amsterdam and Austin will be launched on March 28.
Dutch soccer player comes to Texas
FC Dallas has signed goalkeeper Maarten Paes on loan from Eredivisie’s FC Utrecht.
Scale NL, a new platform for Dutch startups
The first Dutch accelerator in the US is ready to connect entrepreneurs with the American market.
Low Carbon Hydrogen accelerator
Greentown Labs Houston launched a special program for startups in low carbon solutions. Open until Feb 9th.
The Dutch in Texas
Learn more about Xyrec, a Dutch company in San Antonio that is leading the future of Industrial Robotics.
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.
Moving to Texas: how to choose the right location?

"Texas is huge and the Houston Metropolitan area is large. You can spend a lot of time driving for commuting, visiting customers, bringing kids to school, going to places of your interest, etc. Therefore, is important for you to ask yourself these questions:
  • What kind of company do you have, or do you want to set up?
  • Is it just a local presence? Where do you need to be close to potential clients to go meet them?
  • Do you need a nice representative space where people will visit you?"

You can check this and more tips for your business in the quickstart guide "Moving to Texas" by Diana Mulder.
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