Hiring the Right Employee
Education AM | September 3rd
Please join the Chamber on September 3rd for a presentation on Hiring the Right Employee by Sue Eastman of SE Works.
September 3rd | 7:30-9:00am
SE Works | 7916 SE Foster Rd | MAP
Fall Mega Mixer | Sep 25th
Crowne Plaza Hotel Ballroom
Co-hosted by the Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce of Oregon and SW Washington (APACC) and Travel Portland 2014FallMegaMixerFlyer
Join us for one of Oregon’s largest networking opportunities with over 20 chambers and business associations under one roof. This is your chance to network, build connections, promote your business as well as the chamber, and eat great appetizers! Over 350 people are expected to attend. Volunteers are needed to staff our table (must be registered to attend event). Email Shelley if you are interested.
$15/person before Sep 23rd | $20 after Sep 23rd & at the door
African-American Chamber of Commerce
African American Leadership Forum
Alliance of Minority Chambers
Asian Pacific American Chamber of Commerce of Oregon and SW Washington
Asian Professionals of Portland
Cambodian-American Community of Oregon
East Portland Chamber of Commerce
Gresham Area Chamber of Commerce
Hispanic Metropolitan Chamber
Japanese American Citizens League
Northwest China Council
Oregon Native American Chamber
Oregon Association of Minority Entrepreneurs
Philippine American Chamber of Commerce of Oregon
Portland Area Business Association
Portland Business Alliance
Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce of Oregon
Taiwanese Women’s Club of Greater Portland
West Linn Chamber of Commerce
East Portland Chamber of Commerce 2014 Board
The East Portland Chamber of Commerce is an independent organization dedicated to serving the interests of businesses on Portland’s Eastside – from the Willamette River to the city of Gresham.
EPCC 2014 Board of Directors: President-Sarah Garrison, Vice President-Crismon Lewis, Secretary-Chris Schloe, Treasurer-Karla Signs, Stephen Backstrom, Sara Fisher, Deborah Higa, Adam Lee, Holly Moss, Brent Mason, Leslie Newberry, Xochil Springer
As a desirable and vibrant part of the Portland metropolitan area, East Portland’s many unique neighborhoods and districts offer a wide variety of choices to its residents and business community.
From housing to schools, Parks and Recreation facilities to shopping centers, business districts and industrial areas, East Portland’s infrastructure supports the full range of business activities.
As an independent Chamber of Commerce, the East Portland Chamber is able to recognize and listen to each of their members, from the one person home-based business to large companies. Governed by a Board of Directors who represent small, medium, and large businesses on Portland’s Eastside, the Chamber has the same needs, concerns, and goals as you do.
The board holds regular monthly meetings that are open to all chamber members to facilitate the continuing success of the chamber and to give members an added opportunity to help shape the future.