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Smarsh World HQ at Pacific Center

851 SW 6th Ave. 8th Floor
Portland, OR 97204, US (map)

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  • Wednesday
    May 20 2015
    Design Museum Portland – UNITE: The Internet of Things

    As a part of the upcoming ThingWeek, Design Museum Portland is pleased to present an Internet of Things conversation event. Every season Design Museum Portland brings together experts from diverse fields along with communities inside and outside the design world to discuss complex themes in venues around Portland.

    Our upcoming panel will tackle how the Internet of Things is disrupting business models, the consumer experience, and how design is driving the disruption. Each UNITE offers the opportunity to gain insight into how design guides professionals of various backgrounds to create successful collaborations and to solve real world problems.

    Panel Members: David Ewald, Chief Creative Officer, Uncorked Studios Shashi Jain, IoT Innovation Manager, Intel Skip Newberry, President, TAO Malia Spencer, Tech Reporter, Portland Business Journal (Our Moderator)

    This UNITE event will be held at the new Smarsh, Inc. corporate offices. With over 20,000 customers, Smarsh Inc. is the leading provider of archiving and compliance solutions for companies in regulated and litigious industries. Smarsh is headquartered in beautiful Portland, Oregon with offices worldwide.

    This event is made possible through the generous support of Creative Circle. Creative Circle is a specialized staffing agency that connects innovative advertising, marketing, and interactive professionals with companies seeking talent on a full-time or freelance basis. The team is comprised of professionals from the advertising, interactive and marketing industries, giving us first-hand experience into what our clients and candidates experience.

    ThingWeek is a week of events connecting ideas, objects, and people to shape the future of the Internet of Things.

    The ability to connect everyday objects and capture data from our surroundings opens up a world of opportunity. The Internet of Things can empower us to live safer, healthier, and more productive lives by allowing us to interact with our environments in smarter, more meaningful ways.

    As evolving technology continues to open new doors for design, connecting these two disciplines is essential. ThingWeek brings together Portland’s design and technology communities to explore this new frontier.

    UNITE tickets are free for members, $10 for non-members. Not a member? Join today!

  • Wednesday
    Jan 21 2015
    Techtown Portland: People on the Move

    Come Join US!   Join us at Smarsh's new headquarters as we unveil TechTown Portland: People on the Move! This short video reveals why Portland is a thriving hub for tech companies, by following six individuals who explain why moving to Portland to work was the right decision. From the food carts to the beautiful scenery, Portland has something for everyone, and the growing tech scene boasts collaboration and creativity. Our artisanal culture extends from arts and crafts, breweries, and food to creating what’s next in tech. We already know how wonderful Portland is; now it’s time to give a bigger audience a glimpse of what our vibrant city has to offer. Our firms are growing with the best and brightest, but we need to attract more talent to support the local companies whose innovative technologies are gaining world acclaim. That’s the purpose behind TechTown Portland: People on the Move. We all benefit from a collective effort to attract more talent to the region. Doors open at 5:00 pm and the video will begin showing at 5:30 pm.   Thank you to the firms (Acquia, Cozy, Elemental Technologies, Globesherpa, Jama, New Relic, Puppet Labs, Smarsh,  Simple, Urban Airship, Viewpoint Construction Software,  and  Webtrends) and organizations (Portland Development Commission, Business Oregon, CBRE, JLL, and Technology Association of Oregon) that made this video possible. Special thanks to Smarsh for hosting the premiere.

    To stay up to date on all things TechTown follow us on Twitter!