Cresa Sponsors CoreNet Young Leaders Event 'Aps + Apps'

On Thursday, February 8, 2018 you’re invited to Aps + Apps, an event that features small bites and an opportunity to learn about apps that can help fuel your busy life.

The CoreNet Oregon Young Leaders Committee is hosting the chapter’s first event of 2018. We all have busy lives. On February 8, we’ll dive into a few apps that can help you get organized, be more efficient and ultimately catapult your productivity for 2018. Workform, Founder and CEO Darren Buckner, will join CoreNet Young Leaders in leading the discussion.

Prior to the discussion, you’ll have a chance to tour Simple Bank’s award-winning headquarters and network with like-minded peers. 

Details:

4:30 – 5:00 pm

Simple Bank Headquarters Tour

5:15-6:00 pm

Apps for Productivity Discussion

 

Location:

Simple Bank

1615 SE 3rd Ave #200, Portland, OR 97214

 

Attendees will also have a chance to win…

  • A gift card to one of Chefstable’s many restaurants
  • A virtual reality experience with SERA Architects

PLUS a complimentary pass to the Columbia Sportswear employee store thanks to CoreNet YL member, Ali Wise.

 

To register for this free event, visit the Eventbrite page.

 

 

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