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Small Biz Insider: Lucille's Chef-Owner Talks "Grit Checks," Sustainability and Serving Community

Entrepreneurs and small business owners are well-known for innovating, taking risks and bouncing back from crisis again and again. 2020, though, has been exceptional. Nearly every facet of the…
Quality of Life

One Houston Together: Understanding Racism

Many of us have specific ideas of what racism looks like, but we often don’t realize how pervasive it can be. Indeed, people of color face both individual and systemic racism in often subtle ways in…
Digital Technology

Analysis: Identifying Houston's Tech Specialties

This year, the one-two punch of COVID-19 and an energy downturn has knocked Houston’s economy into a tough spot.  Without conventional energy jobs to bolster a recovery, the region will now have to…

7 Ways to Make the Most of Networking in a Virtual World

The global pandemic has caused innumerable shifts to the way that people live, work and do business. One such change is how we connect with others. Since March, people have been called to master…
Quality of Life

Bus Rapid Transit Arrives in Uptown Houston, More Lines in the Works

The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County (METRO) has launched its first bus rapid transit route in Uptown Houston.  The long-awaited Silver Line runs five miles from the Northwest Transit…

Bayou Business Download: Energy's Changing Impact on the Houston Economy

In this episode of Bayou Business Download we discuss a question that we often get asked here at the Partnership—just how dependent is Houston’s economy on the oil and gas industry and how has that…
Executive Partners