Half-day event featuring keynote by Juan Carlos Zepeda, President - National Hydrocarbons Commission of Mexico
The Greater Houston Partnership outlines key priorities at 2014 annual meeting
Join GHP as we make Houston the best place to live, work and build a business.
The Greater Houston Partnership releases its 2013 Annual Report.
An Overview of Houston's economy for the month of February
The Partnership forecasts the Houston metro area will create 69,800 jobs in ’14.
The Greater Houston Partnership’s mission is to make the Houston region the best place to live, work and build a business. Over the past 25 years, the Partnership has tackled the region’s most important issues that impact our community. Houston has enjoyed incredible growth, and the Greater Houston Partnership has played an important role, working to create jobs and advocating for a positive business environment that is conducive to growth and prosperity.
As we look ahead, Houston’s future is bright. Houston is poised for greatness on a global scale – and GHP is committed to helping engineer Houston’s next era of success.
Membership at the Greater Houston Partnership offers the opportunity to work alongside other business leaders to make a positive impact on our region, making it one of the best places to live, work and build a business. Membership also provides exclusive connections to people, for business and professional development, and to information, to help make informed business decisions.
The Houston Metro area was recently named #1 for corporate expansion and relocation by Site Selection Magazine. The Partnership offers an array of services to businesses wishing to expand or relocate in the area. Additionally, in 2012, GHP’s International Investment and Trade group hosted more than 100 inbound delegations from 39 countries and 8 outbound missions to countries including Brazil, Germany, Vietnam and China. No other organization is more committed to regional prosperity than GHP.
Houston is booming; the region added 105,700 jobs in 2012. GHP’s economic development activities accounted for more than 25 percent of those jobs! The Partnership is the go-to expert on the region’s economy and key regional issues. We provide our members with critical information on the issues that impact business in Houston.
The Greater Houston Partnership actively advocates for the region and drives business-focused public policy that fosters economic prosperity. To achieve our goals, the Partnership initiates and enhances collaboration with other organizations and key stakeholders to promote and develop public policy.