HOUSTON (Nov. 25, 2018) -- From natural gas demand to tourism, tech innovation, real estate development and more, the Greater Houston Partnership trade mission to India led by Mayor Sylvester Turner found soaring opportunities for the city’s economic and cultural expansion.
HOUSTON (July 20, 2018) -- Mayor Sylvester Turner and the Greater Houston Partnership led a trade and investment mission to Peru, Chile and Argentina July 14 to July 20, 2018.
Houston is one of the largest international trading hubs in the Americas. In fact, more of the region's economy is tied to exports than any other metro in the U.S. The region has trading relationships with more than 200 countries and for 37 of those countries, combined trade (imports and exports) exceeds $1 billion annually.
With more than 90 different nations represented, Houston is home to the third-largest consular corps in the United States. Get contact information and links to the various consulates and official offices.
The Houston Airport System ranks as one of the largest multi-airport systems in North America. George Bush Intercontinental Airport and William P. Hobby Airport offer direct passenger service to 118 domestic and 71 international destinations via 28 different airlines. HAS handled a total of 461,425 metric tons of air freight in 2017, with about half of that domestic and the other half international.
The region is home to a number of ports including the ports of Houston, Galveston, Freeport and Texas City. The Port of Houston ranks first in the nation in foreign tonnage and is the largest container port on the Gulf Coast.
The Greater Houston Partnership and the U.S. Commercial Service invite you to our next Business Beyond Borders Top Markets Series event on Thursday, June 6. This Top Markets event on "Exporting to the…
Texas and Houston understand the need for a stable, business-friendly and transparent tax structure. Texas is one of the few states without a personal, state or corporate income tax, which makes the cost of doing business very competitive. Houston's cost-effective tax structure makes it a choice location for any company looking to establish a presence or expand their current footprint.
From energy and life sciences to manufacturing and aerospace, the Houston region offers a dynamic infrastructure to support a number of thriving, core industries.
As a business in "America's Next Great Global City," members of this Council explore international trade and investment opportunities and connect with resources that can assist with navigating foreign financing,…
The Greater Houston Partnership and the U.S. Commercial Service invite you to our next Business…
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For international companies looking to establish a presence in Houston and existing businesses in the region looking to expand their footprint abroad, there are a number of resources that can help.
This publication examines Houston's place in the global market and provides insight into our major trading partners.
The Partnership uses the next generation eCertify technology as our standard to process your Certificates of Origin. With eCertify, Exporters and Freight Forwarders have a seamless and streamlined electronic solution providing real value in cost savings and efficiency gains. eCertify also reduces errors and improves turnaround time. Click the link to set up an account.