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State of Houston's Global Economy

Friday, May 20, 2022

10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Omni Hotel
4 Riverway Houston, TX 77056

Save to Calendar 2022-05-20 10:30:00 2022-05-20 13:30:00 State of Houston's Global Economy The State of Houston’s Global Economy provides an analysis of global business and economic trends and their impact on our regional market. Houston is a thriving international city, connecting companies and talent from all corners of the world. The region’s geographic location makes it easy to move both goods and people around the globe thanks to its proximity to one of the largest ports in the country and two international airports. In addition to Houston's position as one of America's most diverse cities, the region offers a well-developed suite of key global industries – including energy, life science, manufacturing, logistics and aerospace. The State of Houston's Global Economy explores how Houston's international ties impact the regional and national economy through presentations from leading economists and business experts.  The Partnership’s Senior Vice President of Research, Patrick Jankowski, will present the 2022 Global Houston publication, offering insights on the Houston region's leading international trade partners and other global business data.  Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak, Global Chief Economist at Boston Consulting Group, will provide a broader view of the current global business environment and the changing dynamics.  The State of Houston's Global Economy is part of the Greater Houston Partnership's International Business Month, a series of programming and exclusive content highlighting the region's internationality and strength in connecting businesses to all corners of the world.   Health & Safety Notice Based on recent COVID-19 data, the Partnership is relaxing its COVID-related protocols, effective immediately. Masks will be optional for all attendees, regardless of vaccination status. The Partnership remains committed to providing safe in-person meetings and events and strongly encourages our community to leverage COVID-19 testing and vaccination opportunities. Omni Houston Hotel 4 Riverway, Houston, TX, 77056 Houston.org ghp@houston.org America/Chicago public
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About this Event

The State of Houston’s Global Economy provides an analysis of global business and economic trends and their impact on our regional market.

Houston is a thriving international city, connecting companies and talent from all corners of the world. The region’s geographic location makes it easy to move both goods and people around the globe thanks to its proximity to one of the largest ports in the country and two international airports. In addition to Houston's position as one of America's most diverse cities, the region offers a well-developed suite of key global industries – including energy, life science, manufacturing, logistics and aerospace.

The State of Houston's Global Economy explores how Houston's international ties impact the regional and national economy through presentations from leading economists and business experts. 

The Partnership’s Senior Vice President of Research, Patrick Jankowski, will present the 2022 Global Houston publication, offering insights on the Houston region's leading international trade partners and other global business data. 

Philipp Carlsson-Szlezak, Global Chief Economist at Boston Consulting Group, will provide a broader view of the current global business environment and the changing dynamics. 

The State of Houston's Global Economy is part of the Greater Houston Partnership's International Business Month, a series of programming and exclusive content highlighting the region's internationality and strength in connecting businesses to all corners of the world.

 

Health & Safety Notice
Based on recent COVID-19 data, the Partnership is relaxing its COVID-related protocols, effective immediately. Masks will be optional for all attendees, regardless of vaccination status. The Partnership remains committed to providing safe in-person meetings and events and strongly encourages our community to leverage COVID-19 testing and vaccination opportunities.

Tickets

 No refunds after May 17. 

Individual

 No refunds after May 17. 

Non-members
$180

No refunds after May 17. Please email your guest names to events@houston.org. 

Table of 10

No refunds after May 17. Please email your guest names to events@houston.org. 

Non-members
$2,000

Questions?

Contact the Events Team

events@houston.org

Interested in Sponsorship?

Contact Terry Leibowitz

tleibowitz@houston.org

Business Resource Groups

Agenda

Registration & Networking
10:30 a.m. - Noon
Luncheon & Program
Noon - 1:30 p.m.

Attendance

Open to

Members

Non-members

Houston Global Economy Publication Sponsor

Global Sponsors

Trade Sponsors

Haynes and Boone, LLP
Hines
Pasadena Economic Development Corporation
Texas Mutual Insurance Company
The Woodlands Area Economic Development Partnership

Info Card Sponsor

Regional Partners

Amegy Bank
Houston Association of REALTORS® Global Program
Pacific Enterprise Capital International
San Jacinto College 

Signature Sponsors