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New Partnership Members in June

Published Jul 10, 2019 by Sarah Hunter

Greater Houston Partnership welcomed 22 new member companies in the month of June. The Partnership works to connect companies with resources, information and networking opportunities to help increase business while also providing a platform to influence the direction of the region. 

New members joining in the month of June include:

Action Supply: Action Supply is a 40-year-old, Houston based company that provides inventory management services through selling industrial supplies to all types of industries.  Website

First Business Bank: Whether you’re an entrepreneur with a brilliant idea, a business owner with a proven track record, a driven individual investing wealth, or a retiree reducing your risk to live the life you’ve always envisioned — First Business Bank can help you achieve your personal idea of success. Their experts plug in as indispensable partners focused on realizing your financial strategy.  Website

George E. Johnson Development, Inc.: As developers, George E. Johnson Development, Inc. provides consulting and project management services to our clients encompassing activities that range from the renovation and leasing of existing properties to the purchase of raw land and the sales of improved parcels to others. George E. Johnson Development are the coordinators of the activities, converting ideas on paper into real property.  Website

GINgroup North America: GINgroup North America offers Payroll, HR services, and Benefits to their customers. Their clients range from a single employee company to a company with over 1,000 people.  Website

Griffin’s Industrial Welding School: Griffin’s Industrial Welding School (GIWS) is dedicated to teaching students the trade of welding through a unique curriculum that specializes in one on one training.  Website

Independent CFO Consultant:  I help business owners achieve a higher level of success. Some specialties include banking relationships, profit improvement, strategic planning, company turnaround, cash flow projections, access to working capital, gross profit optimization, expense reduction, financial reporting, increased sales, exit strategy, business metrics, budgeting and forecasting.  Website

Intel: Intel, a data leader in the semiconductor industry, is shaping the data-centric future with computing and communications technology that is the foundation of the world's innovations - from the cloud to the network to the edge. Houston-based operations are primarily sales and marketing.  Website

Jacqueline Levine, LLC: JALE|CREATIVE is a creative agency that integrates experiential marketing and placemaking digital design and social media. The agency aims to create impact through creativity, technology and experience that is accessible to everyone.  Website 

Magnificent Development & Construction LLC: Development and construction company building luxury apartments and retail and senior Living Communities in the Houston and College Station, Texas area.  Website

Medistar Corporation: Based in Houston over 45 years, Medistar develops, finances and acquires real estate nationwide, including hospitals, post-acute facilities, medically aligned projects and strategic land.  Website  

Microvast Power Solutions, Inc.: Microvast is a leading provider of Electronic Vehicle Power Solutions. Our compay's target is to provide "Fast Charging, Long Life, and Safe" lithium-ion battery solutions.  Website

Neuhaus Education Center: Educational non-profit dedicated to promoting reading success.  Website

New Relic Inc.: New Relic offers a cloud-based platform to help decision makers and executives instrument their businesses for enhancing digital customer experience, identifying opportunities for investment and growth.  Website

Nuro: Nuro’s mission is to accelerate the benefits of robotics for everyday life. They believe that great technology should benefit everyone. The team at Nuro is accelerating a future where robots make life easier and help us connect to the people and things we love. They are a self-driving goods delivery company.  Website

Patrinely Group, LLC: Patrinely Group is a national real estate firm with a proven 35-year track record specializing in investment, development and management of large scale, Class A mixed-use, office and multifamily properties in major markets across the U.S.  Website 

Questback: Questback is a powerful person-based platform that helps companies understand customers, engage employees and outperform markets.  Website

Scoop Technologies: Scoop dramatically improves the daily commute by offering convenient and enjoyable carpooling.  Website

Soliant Consulting: Their team includes consultants and industry-leading developer focused on delivering innovative and effective custom business solutions. They work with a variety of local businesses, including Rice University and Crystaphase Technologies to help improve efficiency and spark growth.  Website

SouthEast Texas Regional Advisory Council: SETRAC unites the finest medical minds and providers across nine counties to embrace best practices and to powerfully focus upon emergency medical care for you, your family and your business. Our focus includes disaster preparedness, emergency trauma, cardiac and stroke care, and others.  Website

Sullivan Group: A premier meeting management, event marketing and destination management firm, partnering with clients to provide effective business solutions since 1989.  Website

Winston & Strawn LLP: With 18 offices in key financial centers across the world, Winston & Strawn LLP represents clients in a wide range of both transactional and dispute-related matters.  Website 

Raymond James & Associates: Life Well Planned – A wealth management company with over 7 trillion dollars in assets under management.  Website

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