Exporting Clackamas County
We recognize the importance of export activity to our business community and the local economy. The production of exported goods and services creates jobs both directly and indirectly in the supply chain. Clackamas County is actively engaged in the recently launched Metro Export Initiative (MEI), an export strategy developed by the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program as part of the Greater Portland Export Plan.
- Portland U.S. Export Assistance Center
- U.S. Small Business Administration
- Business Oregon
- Clackamas Small Business Development Center
- Greater Portland Inc.
- Clackamas County Tools for Business Success
Clackamas Export and Global Trade Summit
Wednesday, May 18, 2016
7:30 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
606 15th Street
Oregon City, OR 97045
Keynote: "The Importance of Culture in Exporting” - Join us and learn about the cultural psychology of exporting goods and services. Keynote speaker Valérie Berset-Price, founder of Professional Passport, will share how a growing number of companies—more aware of the needs of their potential international customer base—are consciously progressing toward a more sophisticated type of interaction, one that includes culturally sound strategies and a globally adapted leadership style.
Anyone who manages international relationships, whether in business, policy, or community leadership, is encouraged to attend.
"State of Exporting" - Scott Goddin, Director of the U.S. Export Assistance Center, along with Mike Meyers, Economist with Business Oregon, will provide insight on the "State of Exporting" and the tools and resources available to Clackamas County businesses.
Complimentary buffet breakfast will be served.
RSVP required. Call or email today as seating is limited.
2015 Exporting Clackamas County Forum.
We hosted the fourth annual Clackamas Export and Global Trade Summit on May 20th, 2015 to share information on the value of exports to our local economy. Below are links to the presentations given by export trade professionals and business representatives.