Houston: Despite the global economic downturn, the Greater Houston Partnership is teaming up with the Indo-American Chamber of Commerce of Greater Houston (IACCGH) to actively cross promote opportunities between the region and India.
“We are pleased to join with one of the Houston’s active economic development and trade organizations to promote our area as a global gateway to a very prominent international market that is very open to expanding or locating business operations here,” Greater Houston Partnership president and CEO Jeff Moseley told PTI.
“With Houston’s vibrant markets in energy, petrochemicals, nanotechnology, IT, biotechnology and its world-class medical facilities, now is the time for more Indian companies to stake their claim in the area,” he said.
“The time is ripe for Indian companies to establish businesses in Houston and continue to bridge the gap between the two regions,” said IACCGH executive director Jagdip Ahluwalia.
The Partnership, represents the 10-county Houston region and collaborates with more than 36 economic development organizations to promote the growth of high-paying jobs, international trade and capital investment.