A panel of experts and millennials discussed the future of Bend at Bend Chamber’s What’s Brewing event called “Bend Rising: Should I Stay or Should I Go?”
For this week’s Supper Club, Donna got a chance to sit down with some of those panelists for a sneak peek at what Bend might look like in 30 years.
Thanks to bud John and Katy for joining us and a special thanks to our Supper Club sponsor, Selco Community Credit Union, for giving us the time and resources to talk about the issues that impact our region every Tuesday night and Wednesday afternoon on Central Oregon Daily.
Megan Sinclair visits with Central Oregon Daily about the Chamber’s Power Panel open to all ages at The Capitol in Bend Thursday, September 7th. Millennials and traditional representatives will be discussing the perceived gaps in work styles and values and potential strategies to overcome them. There will be networking with a no host bar followed by the panel discussion. Doors open at 5 p.m.
The deadline for this year’s Sage Business Awards nominations is August 15. Bend Chamber of Commerce CEO Katy Brooks and Wendy McGrane, US Bank VP, visit with Central Oregon Daily to talk about the prestigious award program celebrating the region’s most innovative businesses, nonprofit organizations and citizens.
The first-ever Innovation Day was held Tuesday at OSU-Cascades, and it’s an event that organizers hope will become a permanent fixture in Bend, a city that is becoming known as an “Innovation Incubator.”
Central Oregon Daily’s Anyssa Bohanan caught up with organizers and participants of the event, including Bend Chamber and U.S. Bank.
Bend Chamber hosts “What’s Brewing” every first Tuesday at Deschutes Brewery Public House Tap Room. They will cover 2016 legislation and how it affects our entrepreneurial ecosystem and the people of Central Oregon with an expertise panel; come with your questions. For more information go to business.bendchamber.org.