Join the Greater Houston Partnership for the third annual State of the Houston Region virtual event. The event will feature a panel of County Judges and business leaders in a virtual setting for a conversation centered around efficient government, emergency preparedness and coordination and plans for the future. Confirmed Panelists Brazoria County Judge Matt Sebesta Fort Bend County Judge KP GeorgeÂ Walker County Judge Danny Pierce Waller County Judge Trey Duhon Wharton County Judge Phillip Spenrath
The 2021 State of the Airports is sold out.Â Join the Greater Houston Partnership as Houston Airports Director, Mario Diaz, describes how Houstonâs airports are "Building Forward Better."Â Â As Houston's three airports navigate the ongoing pandemic while meeting the demands of increasing business and personal travel, Diaz will share how Houston's three airports are making a comeback not just to build back, but to build forward for the future. The director will also highlight the important role the award-winning Houston Airport System plays in bolstering Houston's position as an international air gateway. Â Health and Safety NoticeÂ The Greater Houston Partnership looks forward to welcoming our members and the business community at large back to in-person events. As we return to gathering in person, we are committed to keeping you informed on our protocols to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience for all.Â TheÂ Partnership now requires all in-person event attendees to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 or have received a negative COVID-19 test within 72 hours prior to attending an event. We will also continue our policy of requiring attendees and staff to wear face masks at all meetings and events, except while eating or drinking.Â The Partnership continues to encourage Houstonians to get vaccinated and follow health and safety guidance to reduce the continued transmission of COVID-19 in our community. We will notify our members when these guidelines are modified.
Houstonâs industries and employers are accelerating the integration of technology in their businesses â to improve productivity and competitiveness. For workers to succeed in Houstonâs innovation-based economy, they will need to acquire and develop strong digital skills as they navigate a technology-enabled workplace. Please join us for a conversation withÂ General AssemblyâsÂ Tom Ogletree, Vice President, Social Impact & External Affairs, about GAâs approach to help individuals and companies compete in an increasingly technologically-enabled economy and to close the global digital skills gap. Speaker: Tom Ogletree, General Assembly, Vice President, Social Impact & External Affairs