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The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on the global economy, and on the economies of individual cities around the world. As a global manufacturing and logistics hub and the nationâs top metro exporter, Houston is uniquely positioned to help companies navigate a post-pandemic world. Join us for a virtual panel, where we will dive into national manufacturing and supply chain trends. As a low-cost market with robust infrastructure, the Houston region offers the ideal location for global distribution to both large and small U.S. manufacturers Speakers Include: Marcus Wilkins, Greater Houston Manufacturers AssociationÂ Lauren Caldarera, East End Maker Hub, Projects-Matter Shane Williams, Port Houston Katy Stanton, Urban Manufacturing AllianceÂ Diana Urelius, Mitsubishi Logisnext AmericasÂ The Greater Houston Partnership's Houston Industry SeriesÂ offers digital programming providing the latest information on industry trends and the benefits of doing business in the region. Learn more about Houston's advanced manufacturingÂ and transportation & logistics industries.Â Â
Join HYPE for Know Before You Go: Election Hot Topics withÂ Lindsay Munoz, the Partnership's Vice President of Public Policy & Advocacy. We will discuss navigating the electoral system, what changes to expect with COVID-19 and what will be on the ballot. Your vote is your voice and you can shape Houston's tomorrow by voting. Are you registered to vote? Find out here.Â After registering you will receive an email with the Zoom meeting information. This link and password is unique to you and cannot be forwarded. Registration will close when capacity is reached.Â
Every Tuesday for the month of September, the Greater Houston Partnership will host its Racial Equity webinar series. Focused on building knowledge and awareness, this series acts as a starting place to inform concrete actions and next steps in addressing racism, inequities and injustices. Topic: The Business Community's Role in Addressing Racial Inequities Speakers: LaTanya Flix, Founder and Principal, CauseAdvance Nicole Zhao, Senior Consultant, Human Capital, Deloitte Uwem Ukpong,Â Executive Vice President, Regions, Alliances & Enterprise Sales, Baker Hughes Moderator: Bob Harvey, President and CEO, Greater Houston Partnership Join us as we work on understanding how these areas need to be addressed in us as individuals, organizations and systems and how we can advance Houston as a great global city for all. *Utilizing a Zoom account and logging in through your computer is highly recommended for the best viewing experience. This link and password is unique to you and cannot be forwarded. Registration will close when capacity is reached or by 9:00 AM on Tuesday, September 29. All attendees must register in advance.