The Portland Business Alliance Announces the Re-Opening of its Office and Community Room
“We are thrilled to welcome our stakeholders and employees back to our offices in beautiful Downtown Portland after more than two years,” said Andrew Hoan, President and CEO of the Portland Business Alliance. “Downtown and our city has been through a lot since we last gathered and bringing our teams back to the center city is part of how we begin to re-energize our city’s heartbeat. We challenge all our fellow office tenants to join us in telling your story about coming back to downtown. Let’s do this, Portland!”
With this re-opening, the Alliance welcomes back members of our community to use its Brown & Brown Conference Room, which was recently updated to include modern technologies that allow for hybrid and virtual meeting formats. The Brown & Brown Conference Room is available for meetings, trainings, informal gatherings and/or retreats.
Jessica Getman, President of Brown & Brown Northwest Insurance, shared at Wednesday’s celebration, “I’m excited that this conference room will be open for use by our community! We have a great resource to share, complete with hybrid meeting technologies and breathtaking views of our beautiful city, its bridges, river, and our glorious Mount Hood.”To inquire about our space, contact [email protected].
ABOUT THE PORTLAND BUSINESS ALLIANCE
The Portland Business Alliance – Greater Portland's Chamber of Commerce – was founded in 1870 and represents the largest, most diverse business network in the region. The Alliance brings together more than 2,000 members represented by dynamic and varied employers from around the Portland region and offers a strong source of support, information, advocacy, engagement, and professional development opportunities. Grounded in its mission to create opportunity and advance well-being for all who live and work in the greater Portland and SW Washington region, the Alliance envisions a healthy and resilient business ecosystem where we work together to increase collaboration in governance; engage community; increase civic leadership; and, advocate for a vibrant, livable region for all.