June 22nd, 2019
You’re invited to the second annual Future of Work Conference in Portland, Oregon! Our theme this year is Creating Connections.
LOCATION: SellerEngine at 133 SE Madison St., Portland, OR 97214
7:30 am – breakfast (pastries, yogurt and granola, quiche)
8:20 am – opening circle
8:45 am – market place
9:30am – session #1
10:30am – session #2
11:30 am – lunch (Nicholas’ Lebanese kabobs)
12:45 pm – marketplace adjustment
1 pm – session #3
2 pm – session #4
3 pm – closing circle
4 pm – happy hour (sponsored by LeanPortland and Lompoc Brewing)
And we’ll have coffee all day thanks to Portland Roasting Coffee!
Tickets can be purchased via Eventbrite:
- Regular rate: $75
- Student rate: $35
Are you interested in scholarships or volunteering opportunities to compensate the cost of the conference? Please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
In this open space conference (or unconference), all are welcome to contribute their thoughts and voice to shape the conversation as we re-imagine work places where everyone has an opportunity to thrive. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. We look forward to welcoming you into this safe space! Break-out sessions on topics of your choice will follow where we can focus on learning from each other and creating a community of like-minded humans who—together—can move toward transforming the world of work.
We’d like to thank the Lean, Agile, and Responsive movements for inspiring FoW PDX and the continued innovation by our growing community of attendees.
Transportation and Parking
Please let us know if you have accessibility needs so that we can make your conference experience as wonderful as possible.
Close-in parking is limited so we recommend public transportation, carpooling, or bicycling if you can. You are welcome to park your bike inside the building (enter on the East side with bikes).
There are several parking spots near SellerEngine that are free all day Saturday, but pay close attention to signage because most spots are 2-hours without passes. This map shows two-hour parking in green and paid parking in orange.
The free spots are under both the East and West bound lanes of the Hawthorne bridge. We recommend removing all valuables from your car.
- Max Lines – https://trimet.org/max/