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Clean Tech B2B Networking | March 17 | 5-7 PM

Registration is now open for this opportunity to advance your business through regional and international connections. The Clean Tech B2B Buyers & Suppliers Networking Zoom Program connects potential investors with promising technologies, connects buyers interested in purchasing these technologies to meet their sustainability goals, stimulates new levels of innovation and strategic partnerships among participants, and provides exposure for small innovators.  

Who should attend: businesses with innovative green technologies, business and government entities interested in deploying these technologies, and investors seeking to expand their portfolios with promising clean tech innovations.  

Presented in partnership with Business Oregon, VertueLab, City of Kobe, City of Setagaya, City of Sapporo, Portland - Setagaya Association of Cultural Exchange (PSACE), Consular Office of Japan in Portland, Hyogo Prefecture and British Columbia Trade and Investment Office.  

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Renewable Energy Trends to Expect in 2021

"Green energy becomes more accessible every year because the industry continues to gain support. People want to be eco-friendly in their personal lives and support companies that use sustainable business practices. Industry experts should learn about which renewable energy trends to expect in 2021 to better understand what the future holds."

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February is Black History Month

How Portland's Black History is Made | Portland State hosted the last of its three-part series of events celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. day on Tues., Jan. 26. The event, “In Conversation: Time Traveling through Portland’s Black Life,” concluded the first MLK series held completely virtually. While other events focused on King’s legacy and the need for broad racial justice reform, this panel event—featuring faculty members from PSU’s Black Studies department—focused on Black history in Portland and the state of Oregon as a whole. 

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It's a Big Year for ‘Clean Tech’ at CES

Pandemic-inspired sanitizing technology is everywhere. Even if the science behind the gadgets is sound, it's smart to be skeptical.

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Get Involved In Our Community

NW Youth Careers Expo | March 16-17 | Virtual

The 17th annual NW Youth Careers Expo will take place as a virtual event, allowing high school students to engage with employers and postsecondary partners for community-based career exploration. They’re using a dynamic conferencing tool that allows attendees to connect within a visually rich Exhibit Hall and Auditorium.

Never been to a virtual event? Click a “sneak preview” link below for some sample images:

Explore the 2021 Expo Sponsor Brochure to help sponsor the event, exhibit at the Expo, or volunteer!
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Our partners are hiring! If you are searching for work in Portland, here's a great list of opportunities —one of them might be a perfect fit for you. 
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