CREDC’s Grow Clark County: Reimagining the Future of Tech

Thursday, November 15, 2018 - 4:30pm to 6:30pm

The Columbia River Economic Development Council and WSU Vancouver's Business Growth Mentor and Analysis Program invite you to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Week with the next installment of GROW Clark County. This installment will focus on "Reimagining the Future of Tech" with a dynamic panel of local innovators who will discuss the growth and impact of machine learning, artificial intelligence and virtual reality. Join us to hear from Clark County tech companies exploring the edge of technology and disrupting their industries, and find out what they expect the future holds for their product ecosystems and the future of the region.

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  • 4:30 p.m.—Networking
  • 5:20 p.m.—Opening Remarks
  • 5:30 p.m.—Panel and Q&A
  • 6:25 p.m.—Closing Remarks

Presented by Zenith Properties NW

Sponsored by iQ Credit Union and CoLab Coworking

Since its inception in 2015, GROW Clark County has showcased the broad range of businesses in the region, spotlighted the people behind them who are driving innovation and empowering connections with entrepreneurs pushing the local economy forward. GROW Clark County aims to help build connections and open opportunities for the business community from groundbreaking startups to thriving businesses looking to interact with other businesses and find resources that can help them achieve short- and long-term business goals.

WSU Vancouver's Business Growth Mentor and Analysis Program helps local small businesses and entrepreneurs succeed while providing educational opportunities for Carson College Business students. Business Growth MAP is cultivating the next generation of business leaders—placing experienced graduates into the local economy.

Tandem Hall, 808 Main Street A, Vancouver, WA 98660
General admission $15; CREDC Investor admission $10; College student admission $5 with student ID
Contact for more information: 

360-546-9533 or

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