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Enterprise Magazine

Mid-Willamette Valley's Source For Economic Development News

Enterprise, SEDCOR’s award-winning quarterly magazine, is a primary communication tool for relevant information on the region’s economic progress and resources that support a thriving business climate. The magazine covers the latest trends, business announcements, member news and profiles, and available incentives and resources.

Enterprise is published quarterly and distributed to more than 1,500 readers, SEDCOR members and their associates.

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Fall 2019 Enterprise:

Building A Future in the Beverage Industry

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Inside: 

Bois Joli Vineyard

La Familia Ciders

Vagabond Brewing

Abiqua Spirit Distillery

(Cover: Christian DeBenedetti 

of Wolves and People. Photo by Rusty Rae.)

 

 

Summer 2019 Enterprise:

Water's Future 

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Inside: 

Water's Economic Impact

Crosby Hop Farm

Mid-Valley Literacy Center

Travel Salem

(Cover: A New Water Proposal. Photo by Kristine Thomas.)

 

Spring 2019 Enterprise:

 Training the Next Workforce

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Inside: 

 Partnering to Support Entrepreneurs

Grant Provides Training

Creating Careers

WOU Opens Salem Location

Member Spotlight: Marr Bros.

 (Cover: Salem-Keizer School District's Career and Technical Education Center. Photo by Kristine Thomas.)

  

Winter 2018 Enterprise:

 Planning for the Future

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Inside:

 Leaders, Vision, and Resources

Marion County Adopts Economic Strategy

 Spotlight: Willamette Comm. Bank 

  (Cover: It takes hazelnut trees 10 years to reach full production.

Photo by Steve Beckner.)

 

Fall 2018 Enterprise:

 The Value of Traded Sector Exports

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Inside:

 It's Been An Honor to Serve

 Elkay Manufacturing

IOKA Farms

Sassy Onion

(Cover: Hops grown in Marion and Polk Counties are used in brew kettles throughout the world.

Photo by Kristine Thomas.)

Summer 2018 Enterprise:

 The Economic Ripple Effect

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Inside:

 Adding Employees and a County

 MAK Grills

Red Barn Hemp

RedBuilt

Ferrum Technology

(Cover:The Ripple Effect

Photo by Steve Beckner.)


 

Spring 2018 Enterprise:

 Technology: The Competitive Advantage

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Inside:

 Technology in Changing Times 

Agriculature Capital

Freres Lumber Co

Salem Health

West Coast Companies

(Cover: A robotic claw moves split peas. 

Photo by Kristine Thomas.)

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