Business Support - Business Retention and Expansion
The Eugene Chamber’s Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) Program focuses on businesses that are already here employing community members and contributing to the region’s economic health. Our BRE Program uses a customer oriented approach to provide companies with a single point of contact for business needs. Program staff serve as an entry point to a variety of business assistance resources locally and throughout the state, including local networking, benchmarking tours, and trainings.
How the Program Works
A BRE staff visits your facility to learn more about your business, any challenges the business faces, and opportunities for growth. During this confidential meeting we will ask questions about your products and services, operations, sales and market, facilities and equipment, workforce, future planning, and industry trends to better understand your needs.
Why It’s Easy
How We Help
Based on our visit, we will coordinate with the organizations and agencies that can help resolve your issues and/or capitalize on growth opportunities. Just to name a few, we can help your business with:
As an added bonus, we track issues affecting multiple business to improve the business climate through business advocacy and economic development initiatives.
How to Participate
Contact Leigh Anne Hogue, Director of Economic Development at the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce. 541-242-2359 email@example.com
Focus On Manufacturing is a program of the Eugene Chamber to support and sustain local manufacturing. Focus On Manufacturing has three main components: Executive Round-table discussions, bench-marking tours, and educational trainings. These programs are only open to established manufacturers in Lane County.
Benchmarking Tours and Educational Trainings
The Eugene Chamber provides benchmarking tours and educational trainings to local manufacturers to learn best practices and increase competitiveness.
Manufacturing Executive Roundtables
The purpose of the group is to share insights, resources, networks, and best practices among member businesses. Members of the group agree to respect that what is shared in the group will remain confidential unless the sharing executive says otherwise. Members also agree to collaborate, to the extent possible, with executives and firms within the group on peer to peer problem solving and learning.
Requirements to join include:
I’m interested- What’s next?
Please email or call Joshua Monge, Director of Economic Development at the Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce 541-242-2359 firstname.lastname@example.org
A program of the Eugene Chamber, Emerald Valley High Performance Enterprise Consortium (EV-HPEC) is a Lane County learning network increasing business competitiveness by sharing and applying lean principles, practices, and tools.
EV-HPEC supports organizations to:
Want to learn more about EV-HPEC? Take a look at the membership benefits and the 2016 training calendar. <<lkink>>
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