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Economic Development

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

8/28/20
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…
Workforce Development

Partnership Joins U.S. Chamber in Drive for Innovative Talent Finance Solution

8/26/20
In the new innovation-based economy, talent and skills are king. Today’s economy is undergoing a fundamental transformation where the skills needed by a workforce to remain competitive and successful…
Economy

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

8/26/20
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…
Energy

Major 2020 Announcements Accelerate Energy 2.0 in Houston

8/24/20
From major oil and gas giants to renewable-focused startup companies, Houston is quickly becoming a hub for some of the most exciting Energy 2.0 developments happening today. Energy 2.0 refers to…
Membership

Chief Recovery and Relief Czars Talk COVID-19 Response

8/21/20
The City of Houston and Harris County Chief Recovery and Relief Czars, Marvin Odum and State Representative Armando Walle, respectively, virtually met with members of the Greater Houston Partnership…
Membership

19th Amendment Centennial Celebration Honors Past, Present and Future Women Voters

8/20/20
After many years of organizing, campaigning, and protesting, the 19th Amendment was ratified on August 18, 1920, giving American women the right to vote.  A hundred years later, the Partnership …
Executive Partners