Creating Access, Connection and Opportunities for Oregon’s Small Businesses
The Governor’s Marketplace is Oregon’s premier supplier diversity conference offering education and networking for all businesses ranging from startups to seasoned.
This an annual two-day event showcasing public contracting opportunities, connection to business services, and access to capital. Meet face-to-face with buyers from state, federal and local agencies, including subcontract opportunities with large private firms.
Join over 1,200 individuals from a variety of industries representing businesses across Oregon for two days of breakout sessions, panel discussions, and exhibitor fair. This is an excellent, not to be missed opportunity for creating and building relationships, meet prospective partners and gain insight to public contracting.
When / Where
The 2019 Governor’s Marketplace will take place on March 20th and 21st at the Salem Convention Center.
Salem Convention Center
200 Commercial St SE
Salem, OR 97301
Note: Free parking is available below the Salem Convention Center. Free overflow parking is available on the floors 1-3 in the Liberty Square parking garage, across from Convention Center on Ferry Street.
About the Sessions
The Governor’s Marketplace is in its 15th year of providing robust, in-depth educational sessions, valuable connections through networking, and resources to help you succeed.
Sponsors & Sponsorship Opportunities
Interested in becoming a Marketplace sponsor? We’ve made it easy for you to become a valuable partner through your sponsorship of the Governor’s Marketplace. Thank you to our 2019 sponsors!
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Exhibitor registration closes on February 28, 2019.
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About the Conference
The Governor's Marketplace sets the bar for outstanding networking and the opportunity to showcase public contracting opportunities, business services, capital, and expand your network of business connections! This event is organized and hosted by Governor Kate Brown's Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, along with our partners: Department of Administrative Services, Secretary of State, Business Oregon, Department of Human Services, Oregon Health Authority, Advanced Economic Solutions, LLC, and Willamette Workforce Partnership.