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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.
Receive exclusive information on the Houston economy and more.
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.
Enjoy events, networking opportunities & business development.
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.
As the transition to a new energy economy continues, the workforce that supports and drives that economy will evolve, too. Houston’s role in this evolution will impact not only the success of the transition, but skills of our region’s residents and the job needs of new energy employers. The Partnership’s UpSkill Houston initiative is hosting a discussion on the clean energy workforce with stakeholders from the U.S. Department of Energy, as part of a larger tour of Houston’s energy transition ecosystem, and local leaders of this transition. Please join us for a conversation about what this evolution will look like and how we can succeed in this shift to a more diverse, equitable, inclusive and sustainable energy future. Speakers include: Lady Idos, Deputy Director and head of the Office of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility (ODEIA), U.S. Department of Energy Katie Mehnert, CEO and Founder, ALLY Energy Peter Beard, Senior Vice President of Regional Workforce Development, Greater Houston Partnership Bryant Black, Director of Regional Workforce Development, Greater Houston Partnership