Small Business Seminars
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Business seminars at Mercy Corps Northwest offer a deep exploration in a range of business topics.
Seminars cover technology, marketing, finance, law, and other topics that are highly relevant to the small business owner. The sessions are interactive and also give the small business owner a chance to network among the business community. Each seminar is taught by a volunteer professional who is an expert in his/her field. They bring a diverse set of knowledge to the classroom, and are receptive to individual business problems. Learn more about our presenters.
Upcoming Business Seminars
Special Event: Networking Seminar & Event with Your Networking Universe
Date: Wednesday, October 1, 6 - 8pm
Presenter: Mark Hiatt
Managing Customer, Vendor and Employee Relationships
Date: Wednesday, October 15, 6 - 8pm
Presenter: Jill Nelson
Filing the Small Business Tax Return
Date: Wednesday, November 5, 6 - 8pm
Presenter: Gilbert Gleason
Finding Mercy Corps Northwest
Our office is located at 43 SW Naito Parkway (Riverside Entrance). Our building is easily accessible by the Red or Blue MAX lines at the Skidmore Fountain stop. Participants are encouraged to use public transportation or bicycles, but parking is available after 6pm to participants in the lot directly adjacent to our building. Otherwise, there is plenty of street parking in the area which one must pay for until 7pm.
Refund Policy: Due to administrative costs, refunds are not available for seminars except in the event of a cancellation. Reasonable accommodations can be made to credit paid participants for a different seminar with at least 24 hours advance notice.
Mercy Corps Northwest hosts the only Women’s Business Center in Oregon, providing funds and other resources to help entrepreneurs become self-sufficient.
Mercy Corps NW is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the US Small Business Administration (SBA) All opinions, conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the SBA.