OREGON

Business Oregon
775 Summer Street, NE
Salem, OR 97310
Tel: (503) 986-0123
contact form
www.oregon4biz.com
Business Oregon is the state's economic development agency. Business Oregon works to create, retain, expand and attract businesses that provide sustainable, living-wage jobs for Oregonians through public-private partnerships, leveraged funding and support of economic opportunities for Oregon companies and entrepreneurs.


Network of Entrepreneurial Women
ConnectW
P.O. Box 1640
Bend, OR 97709
info@connectw.org
www.connectw.org
Connect W is an independent, non-profit organization founded to encourage and support self-directed entrepreneurial women and their businesses. 


ONABEN 
6441 SW Canyon Court, Suite 104
Portland, OR 97221
Tel: (503) 968-1500
Fax: (503) 968-1548
contact form
www.onaben.org
ONABEN, a Native American Business Network, is a nonprofit public benefit corporation created by Northwest Indian Tribes to increase the number and profitability of private enterprises owned by Native Americans. ONABEN offers training, individual counseling, assisted access to markets and facilitated access to capital for its clients. The sites,located on reservations in Oregon, Washington and California, deliver services to all citizens regardless of tribal affiliation.

Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs (OAME)
731 N. Hayden Meadows Drive
Portland, Oregon 97217
Tel:(503) 249-7744

contact form
www.oame.org
Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs (OAME) is a non-profit, tax exempt organization with a mission to promote and develop entrepreneurship and economic development for ethnic minorities in the State of Oregon & SW Washington. 


Oregon Business Association
200 SW Market St. Suite L100
Portland, Oregon 97201
Tel: (503) 641-0990
contact form
www.oba-online.org
Oregon Business Association strives to bring Oregon businesses large and small, urban and rural to work and achieve balanced policy solutions to strengthen quality of life and the state's long-term economic competitiveness. 


Oregon Economic Development Association
867 Liberty Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
Tel: (503) 597-0094
info@oeda.biz
www.oeda.biz
The Oregon Economic Development Association (OEDA) is a statewide non-profit organization working to support economic development professionals who are on Oregon's front line in diversifying and expanding Oregon's economy.


Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN)
309 SW Sixth Ave., Suite 212
Portland, OR 97204
Tel: (503) 222-2270
info@oen.org
www.oen.org
The Oregon Entrepreneurs Network (OEN) is the largest entrepreneur assistance organization in the state of Oregon. OEN fosters the flow of entrepreneurial ideas, services, and capital to entrepreneurs and helps connect emerging Northwest businesses to growth-stimulating expertise and valuable resources. 


Oregon Small Business Development Network (OSBDCN)
1445 Willamette St Suite 5
Eugene, Oregon 97401
Tel: (541) 463-5250
osbdcn@lanecc.edu
www.bizcenter.org
The Oregon Small Business Development Network was launched in 1983 and is part of a national network of Small Business Development Centers. OSBDCN provides advising, training, online courses and resources for businesses throughout our state.


Oregon Women Conference (OWC)
contact form
oregonwomensconference.com
The Oregon Women's Conference creates a comprehensive forum for professional women to develop business potential on all levels through pragmatic education, mentoring, leadership training and advocacy. 


Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development Inc. (SOREDI)
100 E. Main Street
Medford, OR 97501
Tel: (541) 773-8946
marybethb@soredi.org
www.soredi.org
SOREDI (Southern Oregon Regional Economic Development Inc.) is a non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the long-tern prosperity of Jackson and Josephine Counties. SOREDI's mission is to help business prosper to advance economic opportunities compatible with community values. 


Women's Business Center 
Mercy Corps Northwest
43 SW Naito Parkway
Portland, OR 97204
Tel: (503) 896- 5070
info@mercycropsnw.org
www.mercycropsnw.org/business
Mercy Corps assists motivated low-income individuals to improve their lives through the starting or expanding a small business.

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