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Portland, Oregon Based R2C Group Has Launched a Marketing Accelerator for Female-Founded Startups – SheScales

SheScales, a marketing accelerator designed to provide performance marketing, brand strategy, research and creative expertise to participants.

Oregon invests $2 billion in education – and early education

“…now we can finally invest in an education system to empower every single student on the path to realizing their dreams for the future,” Oregon Governor Kate Brown said in a Tweet.

Oregon Governor Kate Brown establishes rural broadband office

“I think once we dig in we’ll find out that there’s a digital divide along other lines, socioeconomic and cultural lines.”

Rural Oregon joins push for faster internet

The internet provided wouldn’t quite match the fiber optic connections offered in bigger cities, Cikanek said, but it would be a major boost for rural areas across the country, many of which have yet to emerge from the copper-cable, dial-up era.

The Portland Innovation Quadrant

The mission of the IQ is to bring together industry, education, and government in a coordinated effort to create the conditions where innovation, equity, and economic growth can prosper through geographic proximity.

Virtual Incubation Program looks to help rural entrepreneurs

Rural entrepreneurs with a promising business idea could win $1000 at the conclusion of an eight week Virtual Incubation Program (VIP) beginning Thursday offered by the Oregon Technology Business Center (OTBC) with sponsorship from the Oregon Community Foundation.

Oregon’s education models must reflect industry and student needs

Career-focused workforce development is key to ensuring economic prosperity for all Oregonians.

Is Oregon great? Science projects aim to put the state’s universities on the map

The University of Oregon breaks ground March 2 on the first phase of what it says will be a $1 billion campus with a mandate to make scientific discoveries – and quickly.

Portland State woos low-income transfers with Oregon Promise-like ‘free’ program

It comes on the heels of a separate program introduced last year aimed at high-achieving first-year freshman from low-income households, which school officials touted as one of the reasons PSU had the largest freshman class in school history.

Through boom or bust, Oregon small town rides theme to maintain identity

As more people moved to Bend and Redmond in the early 2000s, roughly 22 miles away, the mayor of Sisters predicted the town’s future was probably set as a bedroom community — a place people could find housing to afford lives in larger cities.