Co. Business & Economic Development
Hagen, Business Services Coordinator, 503-742-4328
Blue book Information for Canby, Oregon
||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.
|Small Business Services
||The center works to develop
the expertise and capacity of local emerging construction firms.
|OAME - Oregon
Association of Minority Entrepreneurs
||Formed to promote and develop
entrepreneurship and economic development of ethnic minorities
in the state of Oregon.
|Government Contract Assistance Program
||Through their Government
Contract Assistance Program (GCAP) the organization delivers procurement
technical assistance to women-owned minority-owned, rural-and
- Oregon Microenterprise Network
||State wide enterprise development
association provides training and offers leading and marketing
expertise to enhance members' personal effectiveness, economic
literacy and business skills.
- Oregon Native American Business Network
||A non-profit, public benefit
organization created by northwest tribes to increase the success
of private businesses owned by Native Americans.
- Opportunity Knocks
||A peer-learning organization,
committed to "bringing small businesses together to solve
Business Development Center
||Focused on entrepreneurs and small businesses; offers one-on-one counseling and business classes
- Small Business Development Center Network
||Oregon BizCenters provide
free one-on-one counseling. They also provide training in
essential business skills
||A cooperative effort of
six state agencies to provide information to the public about state
registration and licensing requirement for businesses
Division, Oregon Secretary of State, Business Information
||Provides general information
on starting a business in Oregon.
Department of Consumer and Business Services
||Administrators of laws
and rules governing workers' compensation, occupational health
and safety, real-estate appraisal activity, building codes, insurance
companies and financial institutions.
| Work Force Development
|Clackamas Workforce Partnership
||Advocate for businesses
in workforce development within Clackamas county
|Community Solutions for Clackamas County
(CSCC) Formerly (ETBS)
workforce development services to businesses.
||Offers businesses recruitment,
screening and referrals from a state wide applicant bank