OAI is a joint initiative of the NASA Glenn Research Center, the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the State of Ohio, ten Ohio public and private universities granting doctoral degrees in aerospace-related engineering disciplines, and numerous companies engaged in aerospace activities. OAI and our partners engage in research and collaborative efforts that lead to innovative and cutting-edge technological solutions to complex aerospace problems.
22800 Cedar Point Road
Cleveland, OH 44142
The OAN represents and serves the interests of its members that grow, handle and retail ornamental horticultural products by fostering a favorable business and regulatory climate. The OAN provides opportunities for education, research and business development to all its members, including landscapers and allied businesses that supply goods and services to those who grow, handle and retail ornamental horticultural products in Oregon.
The Oregon Association of Nurseries strives to:
29751 SW Town Center Loop W.
Wilsonville, OR 97070
Oregon Aviation Industries (ORAVI) provides economic development support for the 400 aviation related businesses in Oregon.
We are a non-profit membership organization focused on the aviation related traded-sector industries that bring outside dollars into our local economy.
Marylhurst, OR 97036
The Oregon Bioscience Association is at the center of Oregon’s growing biotechnology industry cluster. We provide workforce development, advocacy, and business services for the state’s biotechnology companies, research institutions, and service providers.
Our mission is to promote the growth and quality of the bioscience industry in Oregon. We continually seek ways to support our membership community in achieving their full scientific, economic and social potential.
2828 SW Corbett Ave
Portland, OR 97201
The Oregon Business Council is an association of more than 40 top business executives focused on public issues that affect Oregon's life and future. Founded in 1985, OBC is patterned after the national Business Roundtable and affiliate organizations in a number of other states. OBC is nonpartisan and independent, and its policy agenda is broader than the interests of individual businesses or industries.
1100 SW Sixth Ave, Suite 1608
Portland, OR 97204
VISION: Develop and maintain a trade association as a statewide public-private alliance to support Oregon’s creative industries through networking, promotion and advocacy; pooling the strengths and resources of a variety of creative industries-related organizations in order to increase business opportunities and revenue for the sector.
Our vision is to be the principal source of high performance business and technical assistance for Oregon's small to mid-sized manufacturers and the partner of choice for the economic development community. Our emphasis on transforming companies goes beyond the factory floor to create a ripple effect of positive sustainable impact on the business, the workforce, and the community.
12909 SW 68th Parkway
Portland, OR 97223
At the Oregon Solar Energy Industries Association, we are committed to making sure that all stakeholders in the Oregon solar energy industry are welcome, represented, and valued. OSEIA will facilitate the growth of the solar industry in a responsible and sustainable way, drive public policy which supports the rapid growth of the industry, and provide leadership in education and training for workforce development.
OSEIA was founded in 1981 to:
PO Box 14927
Portland, OR 97293-0927
Tourism is an $8.7 billion industry for Oregon and employs nearly 88,000 Oregonians. Yet the broader hospitality industry, to which tourism is intricately linked, is even billions of dollars larger and employs tens of thousands of additional Oregonians. To fully grasp the potential of tourism in Oregon, we must recognize that it is intertwined in the much larger and exponentially more important Tourism and Hospitality Industry.
The Northern Indiana Region represents one of the most concentrated centers of medical device manufacturing anywhere in the world. At OrthoWorx, our mission is to assure that our region continues to be the Orthopedic Capital of the World(r). Our industry members employ nearly 7,000 in the region and account for a majority of the world's hip and knee joint replacements.
102 S. Buffalo St.
Warsaw, IN 46580