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Banks survey

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Friday, August 03, 2012

Do you manage or represent a bank in Oregon? If so, use this survey to submit or update your bank's information for our annual Powerlist, published in Oregon Business magazine.

 

Architecture, engineering and design firm survey

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Friday, August 03, 2012

Do you own, manage or represent an architecture, engineering or design firm in Oregon? If so, use this survey to submit or update your firm's information for our annual Powerlist, published in Oregon Business magazine.

 

Commercial real estate firm survey

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Friday, August 03, 2012

Do you own, manage or represent a commercial real estate firm in Oregon? If so, use this survey to submit or update your firm's information for our annual Powerlist, published in Oregon Business magazine.

To submit a new firm or update your firm's information, click here.

 

Law firm survey

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Powerlist Submission Forms
Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Do you own, manage or represent a law firm in Oregon? If so, use this survey to submit or update your firm's information for our annual Powerlist, published in Oregon Business magazine.

To submit a new firm or update your firm's information, click here.

 

Top Private 150 Companies in Oregon survey

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Powerlist Submission Forms
Wednesday, April 22, 2009

Is your cmpany privately held, headquartered in Oregon, and does it have annual revenues of more than $10 million? If so, please submit it for consideration in our annual list of the Top Private 150 Companies in Oregon published in the July/August issue of Oregon Business. Revenue figures will only be used to rank your company and will remain confidential. There is no charge to participate.

To submit a new cmopany or update your company's information, click here.

 
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