Open for Business Magazine Q4
Triple Bottom Line: Equity, Environment, Economy
Triple Bottom Line (TBL) practices are not new. It was first coined by John Elkington, who founded SustainAbility in 1994. Learn about our local organizations who are adopting Triple Bottom Line practices in the year-end edition of Open For Business.
Read about the benefits from organizations whose social responsibility is built into their company culture.
The Wildish Family helps to build community with The Oregon Community Foundation.
A look into the benefits of putting the green in business, from construction to everyday operations.
A sustainable building, by design.
The Voice of Business
Brittany Quick-Warner, President & CEO of the Eugene Chamber, talks about local businesses putting the community first.
Chamber Visionary Anne Marie Levis, President & Creative Director of Funk/Levis & Associates, talks about the importance of education equality.
Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce Director of Business Advocacy, Tiffany Edwards, gives her insight into how effective leadership can help bring voices together.
Open for Business Magazine Q3
Eugene 2021: The Future is Now
Local leaders at the center of Eugene's largest projects give their insight on the process of sculpting Eugene for this issues of Open for Business. We'll explore the projects in our region that will shape the future of our great city.
Open for Business Magazine Q2
Experts across industries came together to help us highlight all that is uniquely Eugene for this issues of Open for Business. We'll explore life in our region, our growing food and beverage scene and more.
Open for Business Magazine Q1
Developing Eugene's Workforce
The first quarter of Open for Business magazine explores all the aspects for workforce development from pipeline strategies that bridge school to work, to recruitment and retention.