You can help shape East County's future prosperity during upcoming forum
The East Metro Economic Alliance is inviting participants from all key segments of the community to participate in the organization's 2019 Economic Prosperity Forum.
The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, May 9, at the Rockwood Boys and Girls Club, 454 S.E. 165th Ave. at Stark Street.
Registration is available here.
Christian Kaylor, a workforce economist for the Oregon Employment Department, is the featured speaker.
Other speakers include representatives of Metro regional government, Multnomah County, Worksystems Inc., Business Oregon and east metro business owners.
Participants will engage in a dynamic action-oriented conversation that can result in new projects and ideas that guide East Multnomah County leaders in their actions, reinforce equity and help the region realize its full potential.
EMEA gathers vital economic information from a variety of sources to provide a snapshot of emerging regional economic and business trends, which will help steer the conversation among forum participants.
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