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The Tech Alliance represents the interests of member businesses and user groups in promoting and providing support to the growing Central Oregon technology community. Run by a volunteer Board of Directors from local tech and business leaders in the Central Oregon area, the Alliance continues to build and support local growth by building and supporting activities like TechSpace Bend, the UnConference, monthly social and professional events and small business workshops. The Tech Alliance is proud to work closely with EDCO (Economic Development for Central Oregon) and their Venture Catalyst, Scott Larson.
A 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization, the Tech Alliance is funded via memberships, sponsorships, and donations from local businesses that share a common interest in local tech community growth and economic development.
What we do…
With the help of corporate and individual members and sponsors, we promote and support the Central Oregon technology community by:
- Providing small business and startups with resources like TechSpace Bend
- Supporting existing and future technology user groups (financial and organizational help if needed)
- Providing networking events and opportunities
- Providing up-to-date information on technology groups & members, plus technology-related events
- Mentoring technology companies and start-ups
- Connecting technology entrepreneurs with venture capitalists and angel investors
- Working with key business, educational leaders, EDCO and other area non-profit organizations to help develop new and innovative ways to support startups and small business growth
As a member or sponsor of the Tech Alliance you help us continue to develop and support innovative projects that provide simple and sustainable services to entrepreneurs, startups and small businesses in Central Oregon. Your membership and sponsorship dollars stay in Central Oregon to help execute and support our Strategic Plan.
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Most importantly, your membership will help unify the technology community in the region and financially support groups that make up our local technology community — groups like COISUG, COWPU, WoTech, BendTech, and the Project Managers’ Roundtable. To join, contact the leadership team .
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That’s okay. We still want you to get involved! Come and meet with fellow technologists and help us to support the success of Central Oregon’s tech community.