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Friday, September 22
 

8:30am

Design Museum Mornings: Sneakers With Soul
Friday September 22, 2017 8:30am - 10:00am
Wacom Experience Center 1455 NW Irving St, Portland, OR 97209

3:00pm

How to Determine Cost of Finished Goods, Inventory Value & CoGS

Mark will be describing how to reach cost of materials value for individual finished goods skus, and why it is important to know this information and how it can be applied to making important business decisions.  Furthermore, he will discuss the importance of keeping accurate inventory counts and applying cost of goods sold to the proper period.  We will be giving attendees a free excel workbook which returns finished goods cost when they input raw materials costs and production bill of materials.


Speakers
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Mark

Senior Accountant - Radix Accounting


Friday September 22, 2017 3:00pm - 4:00pm
The Redd 831 SE Salmon St, Portland, OR 97214

4:00pm

Open House at The Redd

Join The Redd team, Friday September 22nd from 4-6pm, at The Redd West building (1140 SE 7th Ave at the FoodCorps front patio area) for some delicious, Redd-sourced small bites, beer and wine.

 Meet the Redd tenant community, Ecotrust team members and partners alike to network and get to know what the Redd campus is all about!


Friday September 22, 2017 4:00pm - 6:00pm
The Redd 831 SE Salmon St, Portland, OR 97214

5:30pm

Making it as a Maker - Presented by Portland Made

What does it mean to succeed as a Portland maker business? Hockey-stick growth and a fast exit? Maybe not. Join Jon Blumenauer of The Joinery, Genevieve Brazelton of The Bitter Housewife, Richard Koehler of Folk, and Michelle Steinback of Cedar & Moss, in this panel discussion of what success looks like as a Portland maker business. 

Join us for this FREE event, moderated by Portland Made.


Friday September 22, 2017 5:30pm - 6:45pm
Centrl Eastside 329 NE Couch Street Portland, Oregon 97232
 
Saturday, September 23
 

2:30pm

 
Monday, September 25
 

5:00pm

5:15pm

From Concept to Market – Sports and Apparel Product Development- Presented by the University of Oregon
Join the UofO for an engaging and enlightening panel discussion on how to take your product idea from a sketch pad to retail. Steve Woodside — recently retired from Columbia Sportswear with operations, supply chain, and manufacturing experience. Patrick Kruse — Founder and head of R&D at Ruffwear. Patrick brings the perspective of an entrepreneur and business leader to the discussion as he’s built the company through bootstrapping and smart product development and growth. Kimberly Barta —has scaled global iconic brands by leading marketing efforts for Dr. Martens and SOREL.  Wilson Smith — Footwear designer at Nike and the instructor for our Sports Product Management Intro to Design Course.

(FREE) REGISTER HERE - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/from-concept-to-market-sports-and-apparel-product-development-tickets-37102215726

Monday September 25, 2017 5:15pm - 7:30pm
TBA
 
Tuesday, September 26
 

5:00pm

New Green Things: Product Innovation in Oregon's Craft Cannabis Industry - Hosted by the Craft Cannabis Alliance
It has often been said that cannabis is Oregon's next great craft industry. Join the Craft Cannabis Alliance, and some of the most visionary leaders in Oregon cannabis on Tuesday evening, Sept. 26 for a lively discussion of Oregon's creative present and economic future as a center of innovation and leadership in this emerging and soon to be global market. Minds will be opened, myths will be shattered, futures will be predicted, and refreshments will be served. Join us for a lively discussion with Adam J. Smith, Founder and Executive Director, Craft Cannabis Alliance, Trista Okel, Founder and CEO, Empower Body Care, Miranda N. Keenan, Director of Operations, Swell Companies, LLC, Jesse Peters, Founder and CEO, Eco Firma Farms and Mason Walker, CEO, East Fork Cultivars. Refreshments will be served.

Register Here — https://www.eventbrite.com/e/oregon-cannabis-industry-innovation-and-the-future-tickets-37823102919

Tuesday September 26, 2017 5:00pm - 7:00pm
TBA

5:30pm

How to Talk to a Buyer - Presented by Tender Loving Empire
Calling all makers! TLE is hosting a buyers panel along with Built Oregonand CENTRL Office. We'll be chatting with awesome folks from TLE, Radish Underground, and Green Zebra Grocery about the ins and outs of pitching products.

Moderated by Terry "@starbucker" St Marie.

Tuesday September 26, 2017 5:30pm - 7:30pm
CENTRL Office - Pearl 1355 NW Everett St
 
Wednesday, September 27
 

9:30am

The Many Faces of Consumer Products - Hosted by Made Here PDX
Consumer products in Oregon provide entrepreneurial opportunities to people in communities throughout our cities and state. Join us as Built Oregon, The Mercado, and Soul District launch a program with Made Here PDX to give retail opportunities to minority owned product companies in Portland. 

This event will be a panel discussion with the initial group of founders to participate in the program. We will learn about their products, their journey, and more about the ongoing program we are launching with Made Here PDX. 

The program is supported by Meyer Memorial Trust. 

Wednesday September 27, 2017 9:30am - 11:00am
Made Here PDX 40 NW 10th Ave.

4:00pm

The 7 Myths of Small Business Financing

Don't miss out on opportunities to obtain a small business loan because someone has given you bad information. In this panel discussion, Ben Misley (Mercy Corps NW), Teri Keith (Albina Community Bank), Stephen Green (Oregon Growth Board) and Alex Nelson (PDX Impact)  bust the seven most common myths of small business financing, and answer your questions about capital for entrepreneurs. Come join this lively discussion!


Wednesday September 27, 2017 4:00pm - 5:15pm
CENTRL Office - Pearl 1355 NW Everett St

5:15pm

Future of Consumer Interaction - Hosted by IDL Worldwide

Burn it down! Revolutionary Marketing Strategies Over Evolutionary Tactics

Join us at IDL in our ground floor gallery space for an evening exploring the Future of Consumer Interaction. Our heritage in the Oregon trail reminds us that our great state is founded on building opportunity from the ground up, and while the vehicle to get there has modernized since the days of covered wagons, that opportunity still stands. We see it in the brands, big and small, who have built businesses in Oregon and found success bringing second to none products to consumers around the globe. But in an ever-evolving industry, Oregon’s prime brands will face the challenge and opportunity of resonating with their consumers in uncharted territory. 

REGISTER HERE (FREE)  - https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-future-of-consumer-interaction-a-built-up-festival-community-event-tickets-37743808748

For the past decade, brands and marketing organizations have attempted to evolve their thinking in order to address a change in culture, a turnover in generation and the onset of new technologies in the marketplace. The problem that poses is much more complex, the market is changing faster than we could ever evolve, and we need to burn down our old ways of thinking. We need to apply a strategy that’s based on today’s culture, market and the way that people behave… this wave is on top of us! It all amounts to a revolutionary strategy, and it means a change in how we measure the impact of marketing activity, attract attention and connect with consumers. It requires that we replace the old foundation of marketing, based on above-the-line advertising, with something new.

Sip on complimentary wine and beer and enjoy a creative installation that considers modern renditions of a covered wagon while IDL Executive Creative Director Alex Vera prompts a conversation about the past, present, and future of brand/consumer interaction. 


Wednesday September 27, 2017 5:15pm - 7:30pm
IDL Worldwide 135 NW Park Ave, Portland, OR 97209
 
Thursday, September 28
 

9:00am

A Founder’s Quest To Tame The Beast -- What I did to reignite my passion with CEO Jason Bolt of Revant Optics

The physical and emotional toll of bringing a business into existence can wreak havoc on a founder’s life and ability to lead. What do you do when business is growing but everything else feels like it’s spiraling quickly out of control?

Join Jason Bolt, CEO of Revant Optics, for this special Built Up Festival presentation on how he pulled himself out of the muck and mire of fading motivation by turning to a surprising source - his customers.

Register Here  


Thursday September 28, 2017 9:00am - 10:30am
Centrl Eastside 329 NE Couch Street Portland, Oregon 97232

12:00pm

The Ins and Outs of Commercial Space for Consumer Companies - Hosted by JLL
There are tons of decisions and potential pitfalls when looking for commercial space as a consumer product company.

Join us as we hear from Jason Bolt: CEO Revant, Mark Reis: CFO of Dakine, and Abram Goldman-Armstrong CEO of Cider Riotfounders all of whom have gone through the process and can offer up advice and answer your questions. Discussion will be moderated by Trisha Raicht; National Director of Research for JLL. 


Thursday September 28, 2017 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Vestas 1417 NW Everett St, Portland, OR 97209

4:00pm

Open House at the Global Homestead Community Garage

Stop by the Garage lounge for snacks and beverages as well as a tour Portland's original member-based makerspace.  Under new ownership, we have a mission, 20,000 sq ft, a co-working space and lots of Things to share with you.  

Meet some of the member businesses, check out their crafts and peruse the shops.  If you're feeling inspired, you're welcome to create an upcycled light (limited supply) or a bike board.  Check out some of our Garage Facebook Photos for more information. 


Thursday September 28, 2017 4:00pm - 6:30pm
Global Homestead Garage 416 SE Oak St. Lower level Portland, OR 97214

4:30pm

KinStitch Open House

KinStitch is a custom, small-batch textile production shop, printing digitally on rolls of natural fabric. From our studio in the heart of Portland’s Central Eastside creative community, KinStitch is telling stories by the yard, revealing each on beautifully woven organic fabrics.  Empowering designers to have their unique textile products, we print your art on cloth, to be shared on a piece of clothing, bags, pillows, a wall hanging—whatever you can imagine.


Thursday September 28, 2017 4:30pm - 7:00pm
Ford Building #137 2505 SE 11th Ave, Portland, OR 97202

5:00pm

 
Friday, September 29
 

8:00am