Greater Houston Partnership Future of Global Energy Conference: Virtual Sessions GHP

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The final day of the Future of Global Energy Presented by Chevron features virtual sessions discussing key topics around CCUS, hydrogen, decarbonization, innovation and fostering climate equity in Houston's energy transition.Carbon Capture, Use and Storage Track – Sponsored by Sempra9:00 – 9:45 a.m.: Global & National Context: What is happening in CCUS around the world Read more...

Greater Houston Partnership President’s Address, GHP

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Greater Houston Partnership President and CEO Bob Harvey offers members a virtual address providing updates on the organization's work related to economic development, public policy and other key initiatives critical to the Houston region’s long-term economic success.In this address, Bob will provide an overview of the Partnership's work on bolstering economic development in several key Read more...

Greater Houston Partnership Why Houston Series: Key Global Industries GHP

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The greater Houston region is one of the most attractive destinations to relocate or expand a business. In this webinar series, executives, company decision makers and our area's economic development professionals highlight the work being done to attract leading global businesses to Houston and why Houston is an ideal location for growing a business.Join us Read more...

Greater Houston Partnership Building a Talent Strong Texas, a Special UpSkill Works forum featuring Harrison Keller, Commissioner of Higher Education GHP

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Dr. Harrison Keller, Commissioner of Higher Education, is fresh off the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board's release of its Building a Talent Strong Texas plan, which elevates the critical importance of post-secondary education and continued skills development. We invite you to join us for a special UpSkill Works Forum live broadcast and interactive fireside chat Read more...

UpSkill Works Forum: Talent with Skills = Workforce STARs

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Employers can strengthen and diversify their talent pipelines by sourcing talent who develop their skills through alternative routes – those other than a four-year bachelor's degree. The more than 60% of Americans and Houstonians who don’t have four-year college degrees are a diverse pool of Workforce STARs we can tap. These individuals have developed Skills Read more...