A weeklong series of events designed to bring Oregon’s consumer product ecosystem together for conversation and community building.
Now in its third year, Built Festival 2019 will feature a series of free consumer product industry events during the week (details and more to come over the next couple of weeks) and then a full day ticketed Main Event on Friday, October 11, 2019, at The Redd, where we bring together founders and industry leaders for a series of fireside conversations.
The consumer product ecosystem in Oregon is one that has been stitched together through stories, insights, and collaboration. In that vein, we have set up a series of fireside conversations — conversations that will bridge Oregon’s rich consumer product legacy with the current trends and innovations of today.
Main Event: Fireside Conversations
Program Emcee: Jordan Hayles, Founder of Radical Brand Lab
(Please note that this is not the actual run of show order )
Registration Cost: $125
Admission price of $99 is applicable on group and scholarship purchases. If interested, please email mitch[at]builtoregon.com
Space is limited, so reserve your spot today.
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Opportunity through empowerment
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The importance of second chances
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Doing the right thing
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