Blue Mountain Community College SBDC
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    Phone: 541-276-6233
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    Address: 2411 NW Carden, Pendleton, OR 97801

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Jim Lindly is the director of the Lane Community College Small Business Development Center

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Art Hill

SBDC Director at Blue Mountain Community College

Primary Service area Baker, Morrow, Umatilla, Wallowa
Bio

Arthur J. “Art” Hill is Vice President for Economic Development at Blue Mountain Community College and Director of the college’s Small Business Development Centers. He holds a M.B.A. in Finance and is a long-time small business owner.

Mr. Hill’s background of over 30 years in business ranges from regional sales management for a division of a Fortune 500 company to several businesses of his own. His success in technical sales earned him the President’s Club diamond award at Hamilton Avnet Electronics. As North American applications sales manager for Australian-based Computer Power Group, his accounts including US Steel Mining, Northern Telecom and Ford Motor Company.

One of Mr. Hill’s companies, Argo Technical Publishing, developed a portfolio of major clients in the semiconductor industry. Based on this success, the company received early stage funding from an institutional investor to develop a series of web-based professional training courses for technical colleges. Mr. Hill currently owns Argo Resources, with an exclusive marketing agreement in the Americas for a European manufacturer of high technology industrial products.

With his background in market research, sales management and company ownership, Mr. Hill is no stranger to managing complex customer relationships with cross-disciplinary teams on both sides and millions of dollars in sales at stake. This experience is at the root of his passion for Customer Relationship Management. It is the reason he developed this 3-part webinar series on CRM, so that every small business owner can benefit from his experience.

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OSHA: Job Hazard Analysis
OSHA: Safety Meetings and Committees

2014 PubTalk Schedule BMCC Baker City SBDC

  • Wednesday, August 20th (Starting at 5:30pm)
  • Wednesday, October 15th (Starting at 5:30pm)

 


 

The Power of Colors and Shapes

Wednesday August 20, 2014 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM PDT
VAOI Building 1901 Main Street Baker City, OR 97814

Colors and shapes communicate meanings on a subconscious level. "Sensation Transference" was discovered by a man named Cheskin of the Color Research Institute of Chicago. Colors and Shapes work together to communicate qualities about your brand. These qualities evoke subconscious associations.

For example: Shapes can hard or soft, stable or mystical. Red can mean danger or evoke the emotion of love.

Understanding the power of shapes and colors is essential to a total sensory package. Therefore, like everything else in your sensory package, whatever shapes and colors you use must be subconsciously compelling.

Light appetizers with paid $5.00 entrance fee.

Baker PubTalk® is a program of the Oregon Entrepreneurs Network and was launched in January 2007 by the Baker Small Business Development Center SBDC.

PubTalk® is a bimonthly business networking event hosted by Blue Mountain Community College Baker City SBDC. PubTalks are open to all the community, with a focus on those who are operating a business or thinking of starting one. Contact BMCC SBDC with any questions: 1-888-441-7232.

 

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