Spring Business Exchange

Date/Time:
Tuesday
April 30th, 2019
12:00 PM – 1:15 PM
 
Location:
Various Locations

Doug Bean & Assc.

Michael Alter

1650 NW Naito Parkway, Suite 302, Portland, Oregon 97209

 

Locally owned commercial real estate brokerage. The provide services for commercial leasing, sales, and property management.

 

 

EPB&B

Heather Beelar

1521 SW Salmon St, Portland, Oregon 97205

 

Providing expert advice and all lines of insurance to protect your personal & commercial assets. Locally owned & operated since 1950, a local presence in the community through business and philanthropic endeavors.

 

 

Canopy by Hilton

Terry Goldman

425 NW 9th Ave, Portland, Oregon 97209

 

Hello and welcome to Canopy by Hilton Portland Pearl District, set amid dining and nightlife in one of Portland’s most beloved neighborhoods. Follow the cobblestone streets to art galleries, parks, shops, breweries and famed spots like Lan Su Chinese Garden and Powell’s City of Books.

 

GRAYBOX

Jon Love

107 SE Washington St, Suite 700, Portland, Oregon 97214

 

GRAYBOX is a digital consulting agency with about 30 employees and focused primarily on the Pacific Northwest. Unlike other agencies that niche (ie: only design, only development, only marketing), GRAYBOX offers services that address most of the digital needs for businesses. Our team can lead a business through Strategy (who are we, where are we trying to go), Creative (how will users interact with us), Technology (the tools that actually drive the execution), and Consulting (the back-office stuff that makes the business tick). Our clients range from startups to Fortune 100 companies, and our projects vary from websites to marketing campaigns to custom applications

 

 

Passage Immigration Law

Erick Widman

1455 NW Irving Street, Suite 200, Portland, Oregon 97209 (2nd Floor)

 

Passage Immigration Law helps businesses, families, and individuals navigate the U.S. immigration maze. We focus exclusively on immigration matters, including visas for extraordinary individuals, investor visas, green cards for family members, asylum for those facing persecution, and green cards for victims of crime or domestic violence