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Governor's Texas Business Bulletin:
This monthly e-newsletter aims to provide updates on economic development in Texas, including our office’s activities, future events, important announcements, tools and resources. It offers information for anyone currently doing business, or looking to do business in the state of Texas.
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Governor’s Small Business Snapshot:
This e-newsletter offers a look into current small business topics and initiatives throughout Texas. From helpful resources and frequently asked questions, to the latest events and webinars, this is a must-read for all Texas small business owners and entrepreneurs looking to start, strengthen or grow their business.
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Small Business Updates:
In addition to the hot topics offered in the Snapshot, this e-newsletter provides timely updates for Texas small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. Receive the most up-to-date information on small business-related opportunities through our office, including webinars and events, export assistance opportunities and international business development initiatives.
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Export Assistance & International Business Updates:
This e-newsletter offers information for Texas businesses interested in exporting, or current exporters looking to expand into additional markets. It provides important updates on upcoming export assistance programs and international business development opportunities, including opportunities to join our office at leading industry trade shows around the world.
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Resource Provider Updates:
This e-newsletter delivers information regarding opportunities for Texas business resource providers, such as Economic Development Organizations, Chambers of Commerce, government agencies, academic institutions, banks, small business development centers and nonprofit organizations.