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Schwabe Continues to Support Innovation at Annual Bend Venture Conference ‎

October 13, 2015

Overview

Portland, Ore (October 13, 2015) Schwabe, Williamson and Wyatt is proud to again serve as a title sponsor of the annual Bend Venture Conference (BVC) hosted by Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO) to be held on October 15-16, 2015 at the historic Tower Theatre in Bend, Ore to celebrate entrepreneurship and innovation.

 

The sponsorship is part of Schwabe's ongoing commitment to helping companies grow from the initial planning phase and business formation through development to protect clients' inventions and brands. Today's fast growth company needs a team that can work together with the company to meet all of its legal needs whatever stage of growth— startup, growth or established. Schwabe also maintains deep relationships with various angel, venture and private equity players to help make those connections. Schwabe's attorneys have held leadership positions in a number of entrepreneurial support organizations and continue to serve on the Board of EDCO.

About Bend Venture

The Bend Venture Conference (BVC) is an annual conference hosted by the non-profit organization the Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO). The conference consists of early and growth stage companies competing for investments from angel investors. For more information visit bendvc.edcoinfo.com.

About Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

Schwabe is one of the leading law firms serving the needs of companies in the Pacific Northwest and beyond, including emerging and privately held companies. The firm provides clients with solution-oriented transactional and litigation services in targeted industry sectors, including technology, healthcare, manufacturing and distribution, real estate and construction, natural resources, and ports and transportation. With more than 150 attorneys, Schwabe is one of the largest Pacific Northwest ‎regional law firms, with offices in Portland, Seattle, Vancouver, Bend, Eugene and Salem. ‎schwabe.com.

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