ICYMI: 2022 Virtual Fall Luncheon – Resource Adequacy

How are our communities assessing future energy needs? What are the boldest ways we can meet capacity and develop long-lasting infrastructure? Rachel Dibble, the Acting VP of Power Bulk Marketing at Bonneville, joined us to talk about energy and resource adequacy for the region. Tune in to learn more about Washington State’s energy needs and… Continue reading ICYMI: 2022 Virtual Fall Luncheon – Resource Adequacy

CREDC Welcomes Fort Vancouver High School Intern

We’re pleased to welcome our new team member, Angie Samaniego, as our fall intern. In this role, she will be exploring career growth opportunities and learning important work force skills as she assists our team. “We are pleased to provide these professional development opportunities for our local students.” said CREDC President Jennifer Baker. During her… Continue reading CREDC Welcomes Fort Vancouver High School Intern

Request for Proposal: Top Desired Workforce Traits Digital Campaign

ABOUT CREDC The Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) is the leading economic development organization for Clark County, working to advance the economic vitality of the region through business growth and innovation. CREDC’s mission is to develop a strong, innovative business environment across Clark County in collaboration with over 150 private and public sector partners.… Continue reading Request for Proposal: Top Desired Workforce Traits Digital Campaign

CREDC Welcomes Future Leaders Intern as their New Business Development Specialist

We’re excited to welcome new team member, Vanessa Casillas, as a Business Development Specialist. In this role, she will be working closely with our team to identify business growth opportunities and support business development efforts for business relocation, expansion, and retention. Casillas began working with us as a Future Leaders intern in May, an initiative… Continue reading CREDC Welcomes Future Leaders Intern as their New Business Development Specialist

ePac Flexible Packaging Announces Expansion in Pacific Northwest

We are pleased to welcome ePac Flexible Packaging to the Pacific Northwest. Located at18110 SE 34th St #255 in Vancouver, WA, the company occupies 26,000 square feet in the newly remodeled 190-acre Vancouver Innovation Center (VIC). ePac Portland, as the company is referred to, will serve the Portland-Vancouver metro area and focus on locally-based CPG… Continue reading ePac Flexible Packaging Announces Expansion in Pacific Northwest

Guest Post: Ride with Ryd

Guest Post: Ride with Ryd We are Ryd, Vancouver’s home grown all-electric transportation service, and we have something to say about rising gas prices! Clark County average gas prices are now higher than both Washington State and the National average. Price per gallon for Regular: National Average – $4.30 Washington Average – $4.70 Clark County… Continue reading Guest Post: Ride with Ryd

CREDC Welcomes New Research Fellow for the Spring

CREDC Welcomes New ResearchFellow for the Spring Vancouver, Wash. – Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) welcomes new team member Ellen Mickle as our Research and Strategy Graduate Fellow. Mickle is working closely with CREDC’s business development team to support the measure of CREDC’s comprehensive economic development plan milestones, content updates, and framing of strategy… Continue reading CREDC Welcomes New Research Fellow for the Spring

CREDC Announces Board of Directors for 2022

Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) announces the appointment of its 2022 volunteer board of directors at the virtual organization-wide investor event for the CREDC’s 40th Anniversary year. “We are very excited to welcome 2022 and support the economic development of SW Washington,” says CREDC President, Jennifer Baker. “Our board of directors join me in… Continue reading CREDC Announces Board of Directors for 2022

CREDC Kicks Off 2022 with a Pilot Business Accelerator Program for Southwest Washington Entrepreneurs

CREDC Kicks Off 2022 with a Pilot Business Accelerator Program for Southwest Washington Entrepreneurs Vancouver, Wash. – Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) announced that it will direct its $50,000 business accelerator grant from the Small Business Administration to develop a pilot hands-on catalyst program for new entrepreneurs who are motivated to learn success strategies… Continue reading CREDC Kicks Off 2022 with a Pilot Business Accelerator Program for Southwest Washington Entrepreneurs

CREDC Seeks a Business Development Manager

CREDC Seeks a Business Development Manager Do you envision a career where you contribute to growing community and economic vitality daily? Are you motivated by impactful work that fuels advancement of local industry? Are you energized by high levels of responsibility and community visibility? If so, the CREDC Business Development Manager role may interest you.… Continue reading CREDC Seeks a Business Development Manager