"Liftoff Houston!" Business Plan Competition
Liftoff Houston! is the City of Houston’s first business plan competition. The competition is a collaborative effort between Capital One Bank, Houston Public Library (HPL) and the Office of Business Opportunity (OBO), and is designed to engage and empower Houstonians seeking to start a business using the robust resources available through HPL and OBO.
April 26, 2013 -- Mayor Annise Parker announced the launch of a new citywide online jobs platform to help Houstonians find work during her State of the City address. “Tweet My Jobs, Houston” uses innovative technology to combine the popularity of social media and the convenience of a smart phone application. The free service already has more than 150,000 Houston job postings from entry level to senior level corporate positions.
About the HBSC
Houston Business Solutions Center is a resource of the City of Houston’s Office of Business Opportunity. This resource center for established and aspiring entrepreneurs provides information on city, county, state and federal regulations affecting the operation of Houston area businesses. In addition, the HBSC provides no-cost programs and services that will help small business owners thrive in today’s competitive business environment.
Houston Business Solutions Center
611 Walker Street, Lobby Level
Houston, TX 77002
8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
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