Vancouver Business Resource

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WHERE SW WASHINGTON BUSINESSES GO TO GROW


Upcoming Events

Meet the Buyer: Doing Business with a Public Agency 
Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce and the Procurement Technical Assistance Center
Thursday, October 16, 9:00am-12:00pm
Moda Tower, 601 SW 2nd Ave Suite 1930,
Portland, OR 97204
Our introductory class for entrepreneurs-to-be and emerging businesses. This class provides an overview of the critical issues in forming and running your own business, and is taught by several successful experienced experts.

Business Growth MAP Alliance Event 
Wednesday, October 22nd. 9:00am - 10:00am
805 Broadway St. Second Floor Conference Room
Vancouver, WA 98660
held monthly in downtown Vancouver, the forum will bring entrepreneurs and small business owners together to learn from each other, experts and our faculty. Presenters will address topics that are strategically important to growth and success, and participants will share insight, lessons learned, best practices and resources.

SCORE: Introduction to Quickbooks    
SCORE Vancouver
Tuesday, October 28th, 9:00am-12:00pm
4100 Main Street, Vancouver, WA 98663  
A simple and hands-on way to get started with the tool that over 4 million US businesses use for their accounting records and financial reporting. We'll show you the mechanics of recording basic transactions, how accounting and financial reporting are inter-related, helping you understand what is affected by each transaction.



Vancouver is a perfect home for the lifestyle entrepreneur.


MoneyRates.com rates Washington #1 for Best State to Make a Living.

Live above your business in the heart of the emerging downtown, which hosts one of the state's largest outdoor markets (second only to Seattle's Pike Place Market).

Or enjoy a more traditional suburban community surrounding the high-tech corridor in eastern Vancouver.

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