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WHERE SW WASHINGTON BUSINESSES GO TO GROW


Upcoming Events

Export 101: From Your Door to the World Seminar 
Thursday, August 7th ~ 8:30PM to 5:00PM
The Rainier Room at the Truitt Building, 102 West Main St. Auburn, WA 98001
This unique seminar will walk companies through the exporting process and introduce the Local, State and Federal resources to assist them with this process. This can help companies in all stages of the export business continuum.

The Resource Network    
Wednesday, August 13th, 7:15AM to 9:00PM, 17205 SE Mill Plain Bldv, Vancouver, WA  
Key Note Speaker: Carroll Bernard, Government Market & Small Business Specialist. Each month, GVCC's Resource Network introduces a new business expert with advice and professional tips on how to leverage yourself and your business. At this 'Government Contracting 101' workshop you will learn how to land contracts from local, state and federal agencies.


TechFestNW  

Friday, August 15th @ 9:00PM &
Saturday, August 16th @ 2:00PM
Pure Space, 1315 NW Overton St,
Portland, OR 97209
TechfestNW is a gathering of elading thinkers, startups and established companies showcasing the Pacific Northwest's talent and innovation and Portland as a digital and cultural hub. This event includes well-honed speaker programming, a talent and exhibition fair, and plenty of networking opportunities.



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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