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Bayou Business Download: What the Census Means to Houston

In this episode we discuss the U.S. Census and the important part it will play in the future of our region. We delve into what types of data are collected in the census, how that data is used and…

#SharetheMicandtheMoneyNow Aims to Elevate Black Women Owned Businesses

Houston is considered the most diverse city in the world. In order to become the most inclusive city, local organizations and businesses are coming together to elevate minority voices within our…
Living In Houston

Regions and Neighborhoods: The East End

With COVID-19 limiting activity around the city, we are taking a virtual tour of local neighborhoods and communities found in the greater Houston region. As diverse as the residents of Houston, each…

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…

Diversifying the Talent Pool Drives a More Inclusive Workforce

According to Partnership data, in 2018, roughly 3 million adults in the Houston MSA over the age of 25 did not hold a bachelor’s degree or higher degree. About 923,000 – or 20% - of adults over the…

New Partnership Members in July

The Greater Houston Partnership welcomed 21 new member companies in the month of July. The Partnership works to connect companies with resources, information and networking opportunities to help…
Executive Partners