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Upcoming Events

Email Marketing: Making It Work for You 
September 18th, 9:00am - 11:00am
George Fox University (Tigard Campus)
12753 SW 68th Ave Room 161, Portland OR
Why spend time and energy writing an e-newsletter that no one opens? Please join us to discuss ways to make your next e-newsletter surprise and engage your recipient.

QuickBooks for Windows    
Wednesday, September 24, 8:30am - 3:00pm
601 SW 2nd Ave Suite 1930, Portland, OR 97204  
Our introductory course on the setup and basic use of QuickBooks for small businesses. This course is designed for beginners who have little experience with QuickBooks, and does not require that you have an accounting background.The presentation is lecture based, and will include extensive live demonstration of the practical use of the software, but it is not a hands-on training for the students. The curriculum will include:

Vancouver Business Journal "Boardroom Breakfast Series" 
Wednesday, October 1st, 7:30am - 9:00am
For Vancouver National Trust, Artillery Barracks
600 E Hatheway Road
Presented by Riverview Community Bank & Miller Nash LLP. Guest Speaker: Jeff Smith, Fort Vancouver National Trust. $45, includes breakfast catered by the NW Culinary Institute & Beverage service by Pacific Perks.



Vancouver is a perfect home for the lifestyle entrepreneur.


MoneyRates.com rates Washington #1 for Best State to Make a Living.

Live above your business in the heart of the emerging downtown, which hosts one of the state's largest outdoor markets (second only to Seattle's Pike Place Market).

Or enjoy a more traditional suburban community surrounding the high-tech corridor in eastern Vancouver.

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