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Mission Statement:

Salem Capitol Connections provides Oregon entrepreneurs with opportunities to connect with public and private entities that lead to sustainable business relationships and opportunities.

We Hold Meetings the Last Tuesday of Every Month (Webinars during COVID-19)

Next Upcoming Webinar: November 30, 2021, presented by Kevin Sund of Fortis Construction

Kevin Sund, Senior Project Manager at Fortis Construction, will talk about work in the Willamette Valley and up-coming opportunities. He will also explain how to get connected with Fortis Construction and how to do business with the company.

Register for the 11-30-2021 event and you will receive the Zoom link in your confirmation email:

Click here to register for the upcoming SCC event

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Upcoming monthly meeting dates:

  • (No meeting in December)
  • January 25, 2022
  • February 22, 2022
  • March 29, 2022
  • April 26, 2022
  • May 31, 2022
  • June 28, 2022

Resources from the June 29, 2021, webinar, at which ODHS and OHA presented: (click to download)

Business Engagement Flyer

OCB_VR Joint Training Flyer_June 2021

VR Bus Solutions Brochure

Resources from the April, 2021, webinar, at which OregonBuys presented: (click to download)

OregonBuys Supplier Registration Guide

Registration Demonstration

Resources from the SBDC regarding the 1-21-21 Q&A webinar about PPP 2.0:

Links in the announcement:
US Chamber of Commerce Guide to New Pandemic Relief Package: https://www.uschamber.com/report/guide-small-business-covid-19-emergency-loans
SBA PPP: https://www.sba.gov/funding-programs/loans/coronavirus-relief-options/paycheck-protection-program

Resources from the November 24, 2020, meeting, presentation by Oregon Buys: (click to download)

Oregon Buys presentation at 11-24-20 SCC virtual meeting

Resources received July 13, 2020, Response To Business Oregon Emergency Business Assistance Grant Fund RFP: (click to download)

Business Oregon EBA Fund Program Outline_Round 2 app_6.1.2020

Resources from the City of Salem, June 10, 2020:

The pages in this PDF have been received from the City of Salem and describe (English and Spanish) financing available to support City of Salem companies affected by COVID-19. (6-10-20) (click to download)

Small business grant press release Spanish and English

Resources from the May 26, 2020, virtual meeting (Marta Clifford from GCAP presenting):

PowerPoint presentation slides: (click to download)

Webinar PowerPoint Capability Statement

Capability Statements: (click to download)

Sample Capability Statement

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Capability Statement

Previous announcement:

Read the CORE group (Coordinated Organizations for Recovery Efforts) announcement about the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) offering low-interest federal Emergency Impact Disaster Loans (EIDL) to small business and nonprofits for working capital who are suffering substantial economic injury as a result of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Marion, Polk and Yamhill Counties and statewide. (Click to download)

CORE EIDLoan, 3-21-20

Overview, Capitol Connections

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Chemeketa Center for Business & Industry
626 High Street NE
Salem, Oregon 97301
7:30 am – 8:45 am

 

Members and guests networking at Salem Capitol Connections.

Salem Capitol Connections facilitates networking and business opportunities.

Our Purpose:

Salem Capitol Connections provides opportunities for small business owners, emerging businesses and entrepreneurs to access information, assistance, training, and seek contracts from larger businesses, corporations and public sector agencies. Small businesses will have the opportunity to network with and connect with each other, larger businesses, government organizations and other local agencies.

Salem Capitol Connections is intended for the Willamette Valley business community, emerging small businesses, minority businesses, women-owned businesses, larger businesses, corporate and government procurement representatives and other interested individuals.

Meeting Format:

Terin Sinclair at a SCC monthly meeting

Terin Sinclair from SERVPRO reaches for a business card at a recent meeting. Networking is a big part of Salem Capitol Connections.

  • Invited guest speaker(s) formally introduce and promote their company or organization’s procurement programs.
  • Small business owners will have the opportunity to introduce themselves and promote their companies to the larger public and private sector businesses and organizations.
  • Networking Component – participants will have the opportunity to meet other attendees, distribute their business cards, company brochures, and other materials to promote their businesses.
  • Question and Answers – Technical questions regarding contract opportunities will be addressed.

Who We Serve:

  • Small businesses interested in selling their goods and/or services
  • M/W/ESBs in the Willamette Valley area
  • Community members interested in starting a business
  • Larger Businesses and corporations interested in purchasing goods and/or services from small businesses and M/W/ESBs
  • Members of economic development organizations and associations
  • City, county, state and federal procurement representatives
  • Anyone seeking information about procurement opportunities
  • Micro entrepreneurs

 

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