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505 NW Couch, Suite 300
Portland, Oregon 97209, United States (map)

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  • Thursday
    Nov 8 2018
    PDX Women in Tech (PDXWIT) Setbacks to Comebacks in the Creative Industry


    Registration through Eventbrite [https://www.eventbrite.com/e/pdx-women-in-tech-pdxwit-setbacks-to-comebacks-in-the-creative-industry-tickets-50602237655] is required to gain entry to this event

    Join us for Setbacks to Comebacks, an ongoing panel series that highlights a group of innovative women and underrepresented individuals who have gone through rough times, but continued to persevere and excel in their careers. It will surely be an evening of inspiration.

    Panelists for the evening will be:

    Tatiana Mac - Art Director

    Anna Hutson - Founder & CEO at Avenue

    Tia Coachmen - Director of People Operations at Laundry Service

    Moderated by:

    Nadya Ighani - Producer at Swift Agency


    5:30 p.m. - Doors open / Networking

    6:00 p.m. - Introduction

    6:15 p.m. - Panel Begins

    7:15 p.m. - Panel ends / Q&A starts

    7:30 p.m. - Event ends

    Event FAQ:

    Q: Will there be gender neutral restrooms? A: No, gender neutral restrooms will not be available at this event.

    Q: Is the space ADA accessible? A: No, this event will not be ADA accessible.

    Q: Will there be food and drink at this event? A: Yes, food and drink will be provided.

    Q: What is the parking situation? A: There are several pay-to-park lots near the event, as well as street parking.

    Q: Is there any special information that might help me find the entrance? A: There is a ground-level entrance on NW Couch Street, which will be attended.

    Q: Is there secured bike parking? A: No, secured bike parking is not available.

    Q: Should I consider using public transportation? A: Yes! The event is on NW 5th Street, nearby stops on the MAX and bus lines.

    Q: Can I bring my dog? A: No, we ask that you leave your furry friend home. Please note there may be office pets present at this event.


    PDXWIT is a community-based non-profit organization. Our purpose is to strengthen the Portland women in tech community by offering educational programs, partnerships, mentorships, resources and opportunities. We are unifying a supportive environment for current and potential women in tech, all of whom are committed to helping each other. Our goal is to bring together and empower women in tech and to encourage others to pursue tech careers. This is our step towards reducing the gender imbalance in the industry and addressing the current negative effects of that imbalance on women.

    Our events are inclusive. ALL people who support our purpose are welcome.

  • Wednesday
    Nov 2 2016
    Hacking Brainstorming: How to Spark Your Team’s Creativity


    Brainstorming has become a bad word at many companies. Enough so that the word makes project managers cringe just at its mention, as they envision their group spending futile hours spinning around and around.

    It doesn’t have to be that way, though. We now have loads of research and data on the best ways to pull creative ideas out of teams.

    Whether your company is full of Type-A personalities or introverts who shy away from the limelight, this talk will provide cutting-edge brainstorming techniques used by the most forward-thinking companies. The second half will then be dedicated to putting those ideas into practice.

  • Thursday
    May 19 2016
    Techfluence presents: Women In Technology (Conversations about the current gender imbalance)


    You're invited to the TECHFLUENCE: Portland - May Meetup for a panel discussion featuring:

    • Terra Soma [Founder, Soma Collaborations]

    • Tatiana Mac [Art Director, eROI]

    • Jocelyn Bourgault [Program Manager - Client Computing Group, Intel]

    • Tera Hatfield [Experience Design Lead, Wieden+Kennedy]

    • Megan Bigelow [Manager of Customer Support, Jama Software & President, PDXWIT]

    • Beth Long [Technical Team Lead, Planet Argon & Instructor, Code Fellows]

    Join us as we dive into conversation and explore the state of gender imbalance within the tech space. Q&A session and networking to follow.

    Complimentary sips & snacks provided!

  • Tuesday
    Jul 28 2015
    Digital Hospitality: Creating a Brand of Generosity


    Is hospitality profitable? Can you learn it? Can business operations actually cultivate hospitality? And why is genuine hospitality, especially in the digital realm, so elusive?


    Jill Nelson, CEO/founder of Ruby Receptionist Kim Malek, CEO/founder of Salt & Straw Sadie Lincoln, CEO/founder of Barre3

    Join us at eROI’s new workspace for camaraderie and plenty of insight on building successful brands, imbuing generosity into business procedures, handling negativity, and choosing forethought over quick fixes—even when the board members disagree.

    We’ll bring the food and drink. You bring your smiling face. We promise a night of conversation and true hospitality.

  • Tuesday
    Jun 9 2015
    PDX Digital PM


    PDX Digital PM is Portland's monthly meetup for Digital PMs and producers. Account types, strategists, and anyone else interested in the Digital space are welcome as well!

  • Tuesday
    Mar 3 2015
    Change is the Only Constant


    Digital marketing changes every day. eROI invites you to join us for an interactive panel discussion to explore how digital marketing will evolve in 2015.

    We'll bring together brilliant local minds in digital advertising— across design, strategy, development, and analytics to discuss trends, predictions, field audience questions, and dream together the future for our industry.

    Some topics covered may include: Visual Communication: More than ever, advertisers are fighting for attention, trying to communicate more content in less time. Smart, strategic design is more important than ever.

    Personalization: There is a wealth of specific, relevant information online about individual consumers, yet we've barely scratched the surface on how to effectively streamline and use personalization in marketing.

    Social Media + Marketing: With organic reach on Facebook all but entirely gone for advertisers, how will we put the "marketing" back in social media? What networks are poised for growth in 2015 and how can we as marketers take advantage?

    eROI creates compelling, digital experiences for web, email, and social with partners like Conde Nast, the Baltimore Sun, Fred Meyer Jewelers, and Aramark to drive revenue and exceed goals.

    Please direct questions to [email protected] and visit www.eROI.com/events to register for this 3/3/15 event starting February 3, 2015.

  • Wednesday
    Jan 27 2010
    Web Analytics Wednesday at eROI


    Join us for the first Web Analytics Wednesday of 2010, at eROI. We will be on the 4th floor at eROI, which is located at 505 Northwest Couch Street. As always, everyone is welcome, from existing Web Analytics practitioners to those with even a passing interest in the field.

    Web Analytics Wednesday was founded in 2005 by Eric T. Peterson and June Dershewitz and is now the largest social networking event for Web Analytics Professionals, connecting thousands of people across the globe. For more details on Web Analytics Wednesdays, as well as a list of upcoming events, please feel free to visit Eric's site:


    This WAW will begin roughly at 5:30pm, with drinks and snacks provided by eROI and SwellPath Interactive. There will be a short presentation by Adam Ware from SwellPath Interactive on options and applications for real-time analytics reporting. Several tracking platforms and tools will be covered, potential application of real-time reporting in various online marketing programs will be discussed, and then some short case-studies and examples will be presented.

    The expected schedule is as follows:

    5:30 - 6:30: Networking/Drinks/Snacks

    6:30 - 7:00: Presentation by Adam Ware from SwellPath

    7:00 - 8:00: Questions/Discussion/Networking

    Should you have any questions or need help locating the event, please feel free to contact us at:

    Alex Williams: 503.221.6200 [email protected]

    Adam Ware 503.224.9204 [email protected]

    About eROI:

    We Do Everything Online The core of our services is firmly rooted in email marketing and interactive, combining compelling design services with innovative online marketing software. Our proficiencies lie in establishing powerful brands online through email marketing campaigns, e-commerce websites, blogs and social networking sites. It’s no mystery that users actually rule the web, whether through web applications, user-driven content, shopping online, using email, or simply that much of what we do is based on getting visits, capturing leads, and converting sales. http://www.eROI.com

    About SwellPath Interactive:

    SwellPath is a boutique, digital marketing agency. We provide custom, measurable, and strategic online marketing services and offer unmatched solutions through our deep experience and desire to offer every client a truly impactful solution. We provide expert planning and execution in search marketing, social media marketing, and online advertising - connecting end results with a holistic approach to web analysis, reporting, and detailed recommendations. We value a personal connection to our clients and see this as the basis for a successful business partnership. http://www.SwellPath.com

    Website: http://bit.ly/eroiwaw

  • Wednesday
    Sep 16 2009
    Lunch 2.0 at eROI


    We're headed back to eROI for Portland Lunch 2.0.

      A lot has happened since they last hosted Lunch 2.0 back in April 2008, including the launch of their new event registration service, eROI Event .
      To showcase their new system, eROI wants your suggestions on what they should raffle off at their Lunch 2.0. So, head over to the Lunch 2.0 event , register and suggest something.
      You'll get a chance to test-drive eROI Event, and the winner will be selected from those who register there.
      If it's not too much trouble, please also RSVP here or only here, if you don't want to win free stuff. As if.
      Lunch 2.0 is a Valley phenomenon that you can read about at lunch20.com , and we're putting a PDX stamp on it.
      You can follow all things Portland Lunch 2.0 an the Silicon Florist .
      Are you vegan or vegetarian? Please leave a comment so we can plan food accordingly. Thanks.
  • Wednesday
    Sep 9 2009
    CEO Leadership Exchange - Launch Meeting


    DATE/TIME: 9/9/2009 4:00:00 PM GMT -7:00

    WHERE: eROI Office 505 NW Couch Suite 300 Portland, Oregon 97209

    CONTACT: Ryan Buchanan

    If you are a CEO, or top local executive, of a growth company in the area we would be pleased to have you attend the first CEO Leadership Exchange Discussion. The meetings are meant to be a discussion among peers about relevant topics that will both educate and help with problem solving. Come to the preliminary meeting to discuss the format of the group, potential topics and how this group can be beneficial for the area's top tech executives. Participation is limited to Technology Executive only so service providers are not able to attend Space is limited so you must RSVP.

    If you have questions about the group please contact Ryan Buchanan, CEO of eROI at: ryan (at) eroi.com

    Ryan is serving as an admin for the group while it launches with a few other leaders in the community including: - David Childers, CEO EthicsPoint - Gerald Massey, Retired CEO and current Board member FIOS - Buzz Kross, SVP Autodesk - John Geffel, SVP Sage Software - Tisson Mathew, CEO Aivea

  • Monday
    Mar 24 2008
    Mobile Portland


    [Full details at http://upcoming.yahoo.com/event/449835/ ] Mobile Portland is a local user group focused on mobile development. We cover everything from application development and SMS to mobile web technology. We meet on the fourth Monday of every month. Our March topic is the iPhone SDK. We'll be covering building applications with the SDK as well as talking about what new features are available in the SDK for people building web sites for Safari on the iPhone.