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The Partnership works to make Houston the world's best place to live, work and build a business through our economic development and public policy work, along with a regional leadership role--convening key stakeholders on issues that matter most in the region.
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Partnership members have access to online tools, digital subscription and other resources. As a member, you'll receive detailed data and analysis on the Houston economy, the latest updates on the Partnership's impact on the region, economic development news including company relocations and expansions and much more.
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For those looking for networking and business development, the Partnership offers special events, Business Resource Groups and Councils designed to provide access to Houston's business leaders as well as information you can use to help grow your business.
Learn how your company can make the most out of membership and get involved with the Partnership through quarterly interactive sessions designed to guide new members, as well as those who simply want a refresher, through the Partnership's programatic offerings and the many resources available.
The Greater Houston Partnership's 2022 Annual Meeting features incoming chairÂ Thad Hill,Â President & CEO, Calpine Corporation as he discusses the Partnership's priorities for the new year. Â Bob Harvey, Partnership President and CEO, will dive deeper into key elements of the Partnershipâs strategic initiatives designed to grow a strong 21st century economy, offer Houstonians a great quality of life and ensure opportunity for all.Â Outgoing chair Amy Chronis, Vice Chair and Houston Managing Partner, Deloitte will also offer a look back at the organizationâs 2021 accomplishments and work to grow a 21st century regional economy driven by digital technology and innovation. Partnership Week Annual Meeting kicks off the second annual Partnership Week, a multi-day opportunity to learn more about the Partnershipâs work and how members can get involved in our efforts to make Houston even greater. Details on Partnership Week activities are coming soon. Â Health and Safety Notice The Greater Houston Partnership looks forward to welcoming our members and the business community at large back to in-person events. As we return to gathering in person, we are committed to keeping you informed on our protocols to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.Â Â At this time, we plan to host this event in-person, however, due to the rise in new COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, we will make a determination on continuing with the in-person gathering as the date approaches. We will notify attendees to any changes in event plans as they are confirmed.Â Â The Partnership requires all in-person event attendees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have received a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to attending an event. We will also continue our policy of requiring attendees and staff to wear face masks at all meetings and events, except while eating or drinking.Â Â The Partnership continues to encourage Houstonians to get vaccinated and follow health and safety guidance to reduce the continued transmission of COVID-19 in our community. We will notify our members when these guidelines are modified.