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UTSA Supporting US Companies Seeking to Export Products and Services to Markets in the Emerging Mexican Oil and Gas Sector

UTSA Supporting US Companies Seeking to Export Products and Services to Markets in the Emerging Mexican Oil and Gas Sector

The International Trade Center, a specialty Small Business Development Center (SBDC) at The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) Institute for Economic Development, announced today that it is partnering with the US Commercial Service to hold the US–Mexico Oil and Gas Business Exporting Conference on May 8, 2015. This is a one-day seminar for US exporters -who want to take advantage of the energy reform in Mexico’s oil and gas industry. The Conference will bring together experts from government, business, and academic sectors to discuss the opening markets in Mexico. Experts will show companies in Texas what they can do to position themselves to get in on the ground level of new market opportunities. Topics for this landmark event include: Products and services needed in Mexico’s oil and gas

UTSA leading charge to expand and adapt U.S. SBDC model internationally

UTSA leading charge to expand and adapt U.S. SBDC model internationally

This week, The University of Texas at San Antonio Institute for Economic Development is participating in the Summit of the Americas in Panama and releasing a progress report on the Small Business Network of the Americas (SBNA) launched by President Obama for the 2012 Summit. The SBNA was built on UTSA’s existing framework of expanding the SBDC model in Mexico and Central America. SBNA’s vision is to develop the small and medium-sized enterprises (SME) sector and encourage greater trade with our partner countries in this hemisphere. UTSA Associate Vice President for Economic Development Robert McKinley is presenting the SBNA progress report to 500 university Rectors convened at the summit. The report outlines the SBNA initiative, SBDC model adaptation, implementation to-date with participating country results, and business success stories. “Small businesses

Texas natural gas grants totaling $53 million generated $128 million in economic impact last year, according to UTSA research

Texas natural gas grants totaling $53 million generated $128 million in economic impact last year, according to UTSA research

Texas natural gas grants totaling $53 million generated $128 million in economic impact last year, according to UTSA research For more information, contact Amy Dalrymple UTSA Institute for Economic Development Phone: 210-458-2958 amy.dalrymple@utsa.edu Christi Fish UTSA Office of University Communications & Marketing 210-458-5141 christi.fish@utsa.edu UTSA Institute for Economic Development releases new economic impact study exploring clean energy in the Texas Triangle (San Antonio, Feb. 23, 2015) – The University of Texas at San Antonio Institute for Economic Development released a study today showing that three State grants to support natural gas programs generated $128 million in economic impact, generated $79.1 million in gross state product and supported 927 full-time jobs in 2014. The three grants, totaling $52.9 million, generated that impact by supporting the construction of new natural gas fueling

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