The Central Oregon branch of the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO-Central Oregon) announces the first annual Bend TechCrawl. This unique and fun evening will be the first statewide technology networking event and will be held simultaneously in Bend, Eugene and Portland.
The event will kick off at 4:30pm at BendTECH coworking, located at 1001 SW Emkay Drive. From there, attendees will receive a map with information about all the companies that are hosting the 1st Annual TechCrawl. With the official map, you will be able to work your way through a self-guided tour. This way you can visit as many as eleven Bend based technology companies where you can hear about the businesses, meet people in the industry and have some appetizers and a few tasty beverages. At the end of the TechCrawl, don’t miss the reception that will take place at 7:30pm at The Barrel Thief.
Companies participating in the 2016 TechCrawl include: BendTECH, Cascade Divide, Firewhat?, Five Talent Software, GL Solutions, Grace Bio-Labs, Hueya, Kollective, Smart Solutions, Steady Budget and Tech Soft 3D.
Date – September 8, 2016
Time – 4:30-9pm
Location – BendTECH, 1001 SW Emkay Dr. Bend, OR 97702
Price – $5
About Technology Association of Oregon
The Technology Association of Oregon is a force behind the tech industry—supporting entrepreneurs, connecting peers and decision makers and helping establish the Northwest as a global hub for innovation. They also do economic impact reports and conduct research to tell the story of the region’s tech industry both qualitatively and quantitatively.
TAO works with federal, state and local officials to promote public policies that ensure the continued growth and success of Oregon’s tech industry, in addition to increasing opportunities for statewide economic development. They help Oregon attract and retain the nation’s best tech talent by strengthening recruitment, skill development and opportunities for employees and employers.
TAO-Central Oregon is the local arm of the larger association and a steering committee that consists of decision makers from 10 Central Oregon technology companies guides TAO-Central Oregon’s priorities.