In this podcast, we dive into the data and analytics influencing the region’s economy and the core business sectors that drive Houston’s growth.
The Partnership's Research team are experts on the region's economy and key economic trends. Get up to date data on major economic indicators and analysis on how the figures affect business in the region.
With the final numbers now in, we look at four indicators of the economy as they stood coming into this year.
In this episode we’re talking once again about the possibility of a recession, which direction the latest data points and what that’s likely to mean for Houston.
We talk about changes to Houston's housing market, what's making homebuying more expensive and what effects that might have on the broader regional economy.
In this episode we dig into the makeup of the Houston region's population. From racial and age breakdowns to education and mobility traits, the latest figures from the U.S. Census Bureau's American Community Survey offer insight into the changing nature of our regional population.
In this episode we’re talking about the labor market. Why are there many more available jobs than it seems workers to fill them and what does this mean for our economy in the short and long term?
In this episode of Bayou Business Download, we talk about the latest figures from the U.S. Census and what they tell us about the region's growth in the middle of the pandemic.
Rise to the Top aims to amplify the voices of accomplished female leaders in the Houston region. Hosted by Partnership Senior Vice President and Chief Development Officer Katie Pryor, Rise to the Top features compelling guests each month to share their personal journey and how their organization is making an impact in Houston. Along the way we’ll explore some of the places and experiences that make this region unique.
The Women's Business Alliance (WBA)'s mission is to Inspire. Influence. Grow. This exclusive members-only networking group is designed for mid-career, female professionals and provides development resources empowering them to advance career opportunities, form strategic partnerships and build a network of advocates.
In this episode we're speaking with Claudia Aguirre, President and CEO of BakerRipley, one of the largest and most recognized nonprofit organizations in the nation.
In this episode we're talking to Dr. Lesia Crumpton-Young, President of Texas Southern University. We explore TSU’s 90-plus-year journey from junior college to one of the most respected universities in our region.
In this episode of the Partnership's Rise to the Top podcast, we talk with Esi Akinosho, Houston office Managing Principal with Ernst & Young.
In this episode of the Partnership's Rise to the Top podcast, we talk with with Starlee Sykes, Senior Vice President for the Gulf of Mexico and Canada at bp America.
In this episode of Rise to the Top, we talk with Dr. Brenda Hellyer, Chancellor of San Jacinto College.
In this episode of the Partnership's Rise to the Top podcast, we talk with Dr. Melanie Johnson, President and CEO of Collaborative for Children.
In this episode of the Partnership's Rise to the Top podcast, we talk with Julie Sudduth, Regional President of PNC Bank, Houston.
In this episode of the Partnership's Rise to the Top podcast, we talk with Ann Stern, President and CEO of Houston Endowment. We discuss Houston Endowment's mission and multifaceted work with Ann as well as how the foundation continues to evolve with the changing needs of Houston.
We talk with Renu Khator, Chancellor of the University of Houston System and President of the University of Houston.
The Small Biz Insider podcast is part of a digital series from the Greater Houston Partnership, where we highlight the innovative business owners, entrepreneurs and leaders of the greater Houston area, making a big impact in the small business community.
Designed for Houston-area businesses with 50 or fewer global employees, the Houston Small Biz Connect pathway and the Small Biz Matters Program offer members a valuable platform to champion business connections and resources among high-growth smart small businesses.
Koda Health's co-founder and CEO Dr. Tatiana Fofanova talks about the startup's mission to make some of the most challenging health care decisions more accessible and equitable.
Kerri Smith and Matt Peña with the Rice Alliance Clean Energy Accelerator talk about the program's first class.
Energy Ogre co-founder and CEO Jesson Bradshaw talks about guiding Houstonians through a deregulated market to find the best rates, lessons learned from February's winter storm and the company's place on Inc. 5000 with 206% 3-year growth.
Alex Condon, COO of Galen Data, talks about helping founders stay one step ahead in one of Houston's largest sectors.
Houston Outlaws COO Lori Burgess talks about "the hottest segment of the sports entertainment market" and the role Houston plays in its global growth.
SnapStream Founder and CEO Rakesh Agrawal talks about how 'The Daily Show' was an inflection point and how an internal focus on the business has driven growth and success.
A podcast from the Greater Houston Partnership exploring politics and policy at the local, state and federal level and their impact on our region.
Future of Texas features elected officials shaping Texas' future, giving Partnership members the opportunity to engage with these leaders and hear their perspectives on our state's most pressing issues. This program is open to all members focused on public work.
We discuss Sine Die for the 87th Legislative Session - what bills got passed, what bills got slashed, and what is yet to come.
Legislative deadlines that have come and gone and what is on the horizon as we enter the final days of session.
We discuss the legislation creating the Brain Institute of Texas (BITx).