From the Mid-Valley to the World
In Corvallis and Benton County, success is built from the ground up, starting with partnerships among business, government and civic leaders. We’re all working toward the same goal: economic prosperity for the entire mid-valley region. With strong communities focused on healthy lifestyles and top-notch education, the region is ideal for businesses looking to hire or relocate a workforce. And the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Corvallis and Benton County, thanks to the support and investment from our partners at Oregon State University. Let us introduce you to a region that has rediscovered its strengths and forged the partnerships that will help you create success.
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2 Towns Ciderhouse is putting down roots. Launched in a Corvallis mini-storage unit in 2010, the fast-growing company has already moved its headquarters three times as it scrambles to keep pace with surging demand for its hard apple cider. But Lee Larsen, the...
Article published in the Gazettte Times by: BENNETT HALL Corvallis Gazette-Times Apr 24, 2018 Updated Apr 24, 2018 The craft alcoholic beverage industry — from beer and wine to cider and spirits — is emerging as a new focal point in the Benton County economy, local...
By Pete Danko – Staff Reporter, Portland Business Journal Apr 27, 2018, 12:23pm PDTUpdatedApr 27, 2018, 1:33pm NuScale Power LLC, the small-scale nuclear power company founded in Corvallis, has won a $40 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy. The company...
“The Corvallis Benton County Economic Development Office has been instrumental in coordinating the continuing growth of 2 Towns Ciderhouse."-Aaron Sarnoff-Wood, Co-Founder
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