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By REDI Staff | Sep 13, 2018

In the region's current employment market, companies are faced with the challenge of filling job openings. below are a few recruiting tools you can use.

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By REDI Staff | Sep 12, 2018

It's official! The Mayor, George Endicott, and the Redmond City Council officially proclaimed Friday, October 5th, 2018, National Manufacturing Day. 

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By REDI Staff | Photo used with permission from Geoff Folsom | Aug 29, 2018

REDI has been working with a dozen developers over the past two years to deliver much needed industrial space to the Redmond market.  Lawnae Hunter along with Project Manager Jonathan Keith, are working on a project called the Red Barn Industrial Center. This project includes three speculative development buildings with over 42,000 sf in multiple stages of completion. The Red Barn will provide inventory ranging in size from 13,000 to 16,000 sf of industrial space.

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By REDI Staff | Aug 29, 2018

Land Board approves 945-Acre Annex in Deschutes County

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By REDI Staff | Aug 14, 2018

Redmond Internship Program Celebrates Its First Year!

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By by REDI Staff | Jul 25, 2018

Our most recent case study about Central Oregon's food and beverage industry features SnoTemp as a catalyst in this potential economic boom.

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By by REDI Staff | Jul 19, 2018

At the peak of the summer travel season in July, Alaska Airlines introduced a new aircraft to Redmond, a Boeing 737-800, in its response to sky high demand for air service from Redmond to Seattle and Portland.  This is good news because it means that the economy in the Central Oregon region is growing enough to sustain increasing travel requests to these desti

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By by REDI Staff | May 17, 2018

REDI announces Top Employers in Redmond

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By by REDI Staff | May 17, 2018

Porter Brewing Company – fostering community in Redmond, one pint at a time.

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By by REDI Staff | May 10, 2018

Recently, REDI hosted over 200 guests at our Annual Luncheon. This year the focus was on entrepreneurship, education alternatives, and disruption in a millennium old industry. The featured keynote was Max Lock, a young ice cream artisan turned entrepreneur who is founder and CEO of a multi-million dollar logistics company, called Fleet (www.tryfleet.com).

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