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Small Biz Insider: Entrepreneurs Pivot from Cold Brew Coffee to Hand Sanitizer Amid Pandemic

When COVID-19 struck Houston in March, Constantine Zotos and Mitchell Webber were among the thousands of business owners with one question - "what now?" The pair was running Recharge Brewing Company…

Energy 2.0 Pulse with Jose Beceiro: COVID-19 Impact to Energy Tech & More

Houston is home to several key Energy 2.0 developments of new and existing components of the industry (see a few of the major 2020 announcements here).  Jose Beceiro joined the Partnership earlier…
Economic Development

First-of-Its-Kind Makerspace to Bring Corporate Names, Startups Under One Roof

Phase I is nearly complete on the East End Maker Hub, a 300,000-plus-square-foot industrial makerspace in Houston's East End that will house startups and the innovation arms of major corporations…

Economic Outlook: Houston Office, Multifamily Face Tough Road, Single-Family Housing on the Rise

Parts of the Houston economy are showing promising signs of recovery and the local outlook is strong for sectors such as single-family housing. But in other segments of the real estate market such as…

The USMCA: How We Got Here and What's Next for Houston

U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross and over a dozen political and business leaders are slated to participate in a full-day conference dedicated to the newly-adopted United States-Mexico-Canada…

Houston Business Barometer Week 19: 21% of Companies Say Outlook Better This Week Than Last

Twenty-one percent of companies responding to the Partnership’s latest Business Barometer Survey say their outlook is better this week than it was last week. About 10% of respondents say their…
Executive Partners