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Hatch Lab PDX,

2420 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, Oregon 97232, United States (map)

Future events happening here

  • Tuesday
    Jun 25 2019
    How to Stop Underselling Yourself to Clients

    Hatch Lab PDX,

    Do you feel like you're not charging enough for the services you offer? Come learn strategies to negotiate better rates for yourself and network with other women entrepreneurs!

    You'll learn how to: • Overcome fear and craft your case • Spot “time wasters" and quickly move on • Prepare effectively for client negotiations • Strategies for negotiating your value and price

    DETAILS » » »

    Get your tickets on Event link: $15 general public $5 off for Hatch members (code: hatch5)

    Seating is limited – get your tickets now!

    5:30pm Networking & Appetizers 6pm–7:30pm Presentation + Q&A

    SPEAKER » » »

    Melissa Barker is a digital marketing consultant, textbook author, and mentor. Along with first-hand experience as a woman entrepreneur, Melissa specialized in negotiation during her MBA program. In addition, she worked as a debate coach and is currently a mentor for Five One Labs' "Female Founders Fellowship" and helps female entrepreneurs in conflict-affected areas.

    FAQ » » »

    1. Who can attend? Anyone who identifies as a woman is welcome! This is an inclusive event.

    2. Why is this just for women? Because I believe that traditional negotiation advice falls short for women. This seminar digs into the unique challenges we face as women entrepreneurs and ways to overcome them.

    3. Can I skip the networking and show up at 6pm? Absolutely! I encourage you to come to the networking but only if it works with your schedule.

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  • Thursday
    Jul 25 2019
    Six Sigma Primer Workshop

    Hatch Lab PDX,

    NOTE: Proceeds from ticket sales for this workshop go to Lean Portland in support of our volunteer efforts with nonprofits.

    Whether you work for a manufacturing company, work in an office, or provide customer service, Six Sigma can help you solve important and challenging problems within your organization, using a structured approach and data analysis.

    In this Six Sigma primer we’ll address: - How the DMAIC model and analysis tools increase the chance of solving problems - The different Six Sigma belt certification levels (Yellow, Green, Black and Master Black Belt) - Popular analysis tools such as graphical tools, designed experiments (DOE), measurement studies, statistical process control, regression analysis and statistical software - How Six Sigma compares to Lean - Examples of Six Sigma applied to sustainability (environmental and social) - Exercises for measuring time and conducting experiments

    Join Brion Hurley from Business Performance Improvement to better understand how Six Sigma can be integrated into your organization.

    Roots of Six Sigma In 1986, engineers Bill Smith & Mikel J Harry introduced Six Sigma within Motorola, as a way to improve business performance, and make it easier for employees to utilize effective quality improvement tools.

    Why did Motorola come up with this program? It all began in the late 1970s, when a Japanese firm took over a Motorola factory that manufactured television sets in the United States. The Japanese promptly set about making drastic changes to the way the factory operated by reducing the variation from product to product. The factory was soon producing TV sets with 1/20th the number of defects they had produced under Motorola management, and this translated to fewer warranty claims and customer complaints.

    Six Sigma refers to the ability of processes to produce a very high proportion of output within specification (without defects or errors). Processes that operate with "six sigma quality" over the short term are assumed to produce long-term defect levels below 3.4 defects per million opportunities.

    After Motorola achieved tremendous quality improvements, the popularity spread to other companies. Jack Welch, CEO of General Electric (GE) made it integral to his business strategy in 1995, requiring his managers to achieve Green Belt certification if they wanted to get promoted.

    By the late 1990s, about two-thirds of the Fortune 500 organizations had begun Six Sigma initiatives with the aim of reducing costs and improving quality. Today, Six Sigma continues to be practiced and implemented within many manufacturing, banking, healthcare, service and financial organizations.

    BRION HURLEY Lean Six Sigma Consultant Business Performance Improvement LLC, Portland, Oregon www.biz-pi.com | https://www.linkedin.com/in/brion-hurley-432192

    Brion Hurley lean six sigma consultant portland oregon

    Brion, a Lean Six Sigma Master Black Belt, teaches Six Sigma Green Belt and Lean classes, facilitates workshops and kaizen events, performs statistical analysis, and mentors and engages employees through improvement efforts in the manufacturing and office areas, with emphasis on environmental impacts within a company. In addition, he holds numerous sustainability certifications, and has experience driving sustainability efforts at both the corporate and regional level by applying process improvement techniques to reduce electricity and solid waste. He volunteers his time with nonprofits to teach and coach Lean concepts through an organization called Lean Portland. He is the author of the book, "Lean Six Sigma for Good."

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Past events that happened here

  • Wednesday
    Nov 14 2018
    Better Email Marketing: Active Campaign 101

    Hatch Lab PDX,

    Have you ever wondered how all the wiz-bang marketing professionals are able to increase website traffic and conversion rates for their clients? Yeah, we did too. So, we asked the very talented Jake Wagner, CDMP, of Digital Marketing 4FP to host a workshop on one of the comprehensive email marketing solutions available today, Active Campaign.

    In this workshop, Jake will introduce newsletter campaigns, contact managment, automation set up, and the reporting and analytics that are included in this online tool.

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  • Thursday
    Oct 25 2018
    Better Email Marketing: Active Campaign 101

    Hatch Lab PDX,

    Have you ever wondered how all the wiz-bang marketing professionals are able to increase website traffic and conversion rates for their clients? Yeah, we did too. So, we asked the very talented Jake Wagner, CDMP to host a workshop on one of the comprehensive email marketing solutions available today, Active Campaign.

    In this workshop, Jake will introduce newsletter campaigns, contact managment, automation set up, and the reporting and analytics that are included in this online tool.

    If you haven’t heard of ActiveCampaign, it’s like MailChimp on steroids. It is a great tool at an affordable price, making it the best fit for many entrepreneurs. Bring your laptop and desire for better communication to the first of these one hour workshops!

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  • Thursday
    Jun 21 2018
    Personalized Marketing Through Automation is Possible

    Hatch Lab PDX,

    Participants will learn how to do marketing and sales for any product or service more efficiently and productively through the use of marketing and sales technology. They will also be able to hear what solutions, as there are many, would be a good fit for their particular needs.

    This workshop is taught by Bottom Line Strategy Group.

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  • Wednesday
    Jun 6 2018
    Creating a Business for Good and For Profit - RSVP for FREE

    Hatch Lab PDX,

    In all industries including the tech industry, there is a growing business movement in Oregon helping build healthy and equitable communities. Entrepreneurs, Millennials, Boomers, small and midsize companies, even nonprofits and NGOs are discovering how to positively impact the world and make a profit. The movement’s focus: the “Triple Bottom Line,” or People, Planet and Profit. These companies are called Benefit Companies, Benefit Corporations and B Corps and they believe and act differently than other businesses.

    In this hands-on workshop, we:

    -Give you with the business case for this model

    -Share with you why it is gaining traction across the state and across the country

    -Explain the differences between a Benefit Company, Benefit Corporation, and a B-Corp -Share insight from Oregon business leaders embracing this model and how it has helped them thrive.

    This session is facilitated by Tom Hering and MaryAnne Harmer of Benefit Corporations for Good.

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  • Tuesday
    Apr 10 2018
    Better Email Marketing: Active Campaign 101

    Hatch Lab PDX,

    Have you ever wondered how all the wiz-bang marketing professionals are able to increase website traffic and conversion rates for their clients? Yeah, we did too. So, we asked the very talented Jake Wagner, CDMP to host a workshop on one of the comprehensive email marketing solutions available today, Active Campaign. In this workshop, Jake will introduce newsletter campaigns, contact managment, automation set up, and the reporting and analytics that are included in this online tool.

    If you haven’t heard of ActiveCampaign, it’s like MailChimp on steroids. It is a great tool at an affordable price, making it the best fit for many entrepreneurs. Bring your laptop and desire for better communication to the first of these one hour workshops!

    Website