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Call the City of Beaverton Economic Development Coordinator, Alma Flores, firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the City of Beaverton web site to receive:
Worksource Oregon Employment Department, Beaverton has a full time Workforce Analyst who can provide valuable workforce statistical information 유튜브 고음질 다운로드. Please call 503-526-2700 to be directed to this valuable business resource. We also have a Employment Tax Department located in our office for all your business tax information needs 다운로드.
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Westside Economic Alliance provides economic development information for businesses. 503-968-3100 or www.westside-alliance.org
Portland Community College Small Business Development Center offers one-on-one business advising, classes and workshops for starting and running your own business 다운로드. 503-978-5080 or www.pcc.edu/pcc/pro/sbdc
Oregon Business Information Center provides information on local, state and federal tax and business laws and other legal requirements. 503-986-2200 or www.filinginoregon.com
U.S. Small Business Administration offers loans, counseling and workshops. 800-827-5722 or www.sba.gov. Portland, Ore. District Office: 503-326-2682.
Service Corps of Retired Executives is an SBA-funded volunteer organization that helps small business entrepreneurs realize their dreams for starting and operating successful businesses. SCORE provides free business counseling and advice, resource centers, and workshop.