Expand connections with other area business leaders
Invitations to purposeful development opportunities
Access to specially curated on-demand digital programming
Receive data and publications covering economic highlights and consumer trends
High value, low cost branding opportunities
The Small Biz Matters program hosts a series of instructional videos for small business owners and entrepreneurs. This video features 10 Takeaways on Getting Started. Find other videos under Additional Resources at the bottom of this page.
"With one of the largest databases of members, [the Partnership] is a wonderful networking resource for me."
"The quality of the programs are top-notched, and because of that, the attendees are top-notched as well. Quality networking is great!"
"Businesses who want to get their name out and sales professionals who want to increase their sphere of influence won't find a better organization to connect than GHP."
“Lonza is committed to building up our cell-and-gene-therapy capabilities in Pearland, which is a growing center for life sciences. The Houston area, supported by a number of world-class scientific institutions, is an important location for Lonza to continue to develop novel therapies offering the hope of improving the lives of patients all over the world.”
"Houston has a huge amount of raw ingredients needed to launch a startup -- top tier universities, affordable cost of living, tremendous wealth, large corporations -- so the creation of a startup hub in Houston has just been about aligning all these elements under one roof that provides entrepreneurs with the tools they need to succeed."
There are a number of resources available for small businesses in the Houston region.
The Houston office of the U.S. Small Business Administration helps connect companies and entrepreneurs with the tools and resources necessary for success.
The Small Business Development Center at the University of Houston offers workshops, advisory services, research assistance and much more for small businesses in the area.
The Partnership's Business Resources page offers research publications as well as links to external small business and entrepreneurship resources.
Poetic Systems Director of Marketing, Michael Wachs, discusses "What you're doing wrong on your Website" in Greater Houston Partnership's third installment of our Small Biz Matters Digital On-Demand program.
Sandler Training discusses ideal clients in this installment of the Greater Houston Partnership's Small Biz Matters Digital On-Demand series.
Hear from Chuck Wolfe with consulting group Arcadis about how to create an environment for developing the next generation of your company's workforce.
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