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By REDI Staff | | Aug 17, 2017

BasX, A company that values a “Back to Basics” philosophy of four principles in people, product, pride and perseverance has really paid off! Located south of Redmond, just off highway 97 a seemingly quiet operation is getting rave recognition. Redmond’s own BasX Solutions ranks 51stInc.

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By Mark Crawford Contributing Editor | Area Development Research Desk | Aug 3, 2017

Not bragging or anything, ... but we are very proud to say the Bend-Redmond area is in the top 10 Ranking.  For the tech world, we offer small city feel, big city opportunity! Read about it here:

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By by REDI Staff | May 24, 2017

The theme of REDI’s 2017 Annual Luncheon, held May 17th at Eagle Crest Resort, was 3D and Robotics: Manufacturing our Future. Our guest speakers and Q & A Panel shared some insights on new trends.

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By by REDI Staff | May 9, 2017

REDI is holding its annual luncheon featuring the theme of 3D & Robotics technologies and how they impact manufacturing in our future. This event takes place Wednesday, May 17, 2017, 11am – 2:00pm at Eagle Crest Resort and Conference Center.   Tickets are on sale now and available via Eventbrite here.

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By Mary E. Knight | REDI | Apr 19, 2017

REDI is holding its Annual Luncheon May 17th at Eagle Crest Resort and Conference Center. Register today!

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By Geoff Folsom | The Redmond Spokesman | Mar 30, 2017

Here at REDI, we believe workforce training and recruitment is an essential economic development strategy. Below is a perfect example of how Redmond’s education system is responding to the needs of employers in our hometown.

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By Milken Institute | Press Release Feb 27 | | Mar 8, 2017
By Kailey Fisicaro | The Bulletin published 3.2.2017 | Mar 8, 2017
COCC and Redmond High School have forged a strong bond Read More
By Jon Stark | Feb 27, 2017
We are thrilled to be a part of the transformation of Evergreen... Read More
By Roger Lee | Economic Development for Central Oregon | Cascade Business News 2/7/2017 | Feb 8, 2017
Our small region comprises less than 5 percent of Oregon’s population, but is producing 15-20 percent of the state’s growth. Read More