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"Finding Opportunities in an Uncertain Market" PREMIER EVENT

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Quick Overview

The economy of Houston is primarily based on the energy industry, what does that mean for the city's economy?

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Houston is an undisputed leader in domestic and international business, with economic and cultural ties reaching across the globe. The region benefits from a skilled workforce, making it an ideal location for companies seeking the right employee to do the jobs of today and the future. Houston also has one of the world's greatest concentrations of engineering talent generated from its energy, aerospace and medical clusters. Quite simply, Houston means success. The Houston region has everything your company needs - from a workforce of more than 2.9 million to a reputation as a fast-growing technology center. Houston is ready-made for business success. World-class infrastructure, welcoming business networks, and a can-do spirit among Houstonians, combined with a broad range of business resources, supports companies wishing to expand or relocate in the area. 

Houston is known as the "Energy Capital of the World". More than 3,700 energy-related establishments are located within the Houston Metropolitan Statistical Area, including more than 500 exploration and production firms, more than 150 pipeline transportation establishments and hundreds of manufacturers and wholesalers of energy-sector products. Houston is home to 40 of the nation's 134 publicly traded oil and gas exploration and production firms, including 10 of the top 25; nine more among the top 25 have subsidiaries, major divisions or other significant operations in the Houston area. The Houston region is an undisputed global leader in international business, with ties reaching all over the globe. The 9-county region's geographic location makes it an easily-accessed portal to the global marketplace. 

Discover opportunities in an uncertain market. Panelist's discussion will include: 

  • Changes made in the business given the new economy
  • Adjustments with sales team in the last 18 months and its impact
  • Changes to your value proposition for buyer urgency
  • Discoveries on how to benefit from the M&A market
  • Adjustments in the way to approach the revenue side of business
  • Differences in this downturn from previous ones
  • Changes in the approach to selling products/services

Additional Information

Event Date May 19, 2015

7:30 AM to 9:00 AM

  • 7:30 am - Registration/Networking
  • 7:55 am - Program Begins
  • 8:45 am - Q&A
  • 9:00 am - Adjourn
Location Name The Junior League of Houston
Location Address 1811 Briar Oaks Lane, Houston, Texas 77027

         Nathaniel Karp

Stan Bunting David Jarvis Allen Parks


Linda Lorelle, Chief Executive Officer, Lorelle Media LLC