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Oregon Employment Department Workforce Analyst Brandon Schrader will be the keynote speaker.

PMG FILE PHOTO - The State of Oregon Employment Department is offering a free webinar for Forest Grove and Hillsboro area businesses from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 6.The State of Oregon Employment Department is offering a free webinar for Forest Grove and Hillsboro area businesses from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. on Thursday, May 6.

Oregon Employment Department Workforce Analyst Brandon Schrader will be the keynote speaker, and the state labor economist will closely address the impacts of COVID-19 in the greater Washington County area.

There is not cost and the discussion will cover topics including:

• Current economic data from the Oregon Employment Department to see where trends are headed.

• A review of leading economic indicators for Oregon which may show us where the economy is headed.

• Employment projections for the Portland Tri-County area to assess growing industries seeking talented labor to drive their business success.

The webinar is part of a bigger Small Business Workshop Series being offered by the state's employment department. There have been six prior workshops to this point, including:

• Workshop 1 — Managing Business Finances Through COVID

• Workshop 2 — Restaurant Preparation for Fall/Winter Sales

• Workshop 3 — Supporting Entrepereneurs in Washington County

• Workshop 4 — Digital Media for Business Owners

• Workshop 5 — Paycheck Protection Program: Learn how to submit a successful funding application

• Workshop 6 — Small Business Pandemic Recovery funding Options: What's new, what's changed, what's next?

All six of the previous workshops in addition to future ones, along with further information about each can be found and downloaded online at https://www.tigard-or.gov/business/small_business_webinar.php


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