The Oregon Business Plan, launched in 2002, is an ongoing collaborative effort between Oregon’s business community, its elected leaders, and other key stakeholders to achieve greater economic growth and prosperity across all of Oregon’s regions.
The Business Plan has four long-range goals:
- Grow Wages to boost the economic well-being of Oregonians. That calls for increasing productivity and elevating the skills of individuals.
- Increase the Share of People Working, building an environment where everyone has the opportunity to succeed. In particular, find ways to bring displaced workers back into the economic mainstream.
- Grow Household Wealth. Greater personal wealth for Oregonians, especially at lower and middle income levels, increases family security and intergenerational well-being.
- Increase Economic Mobility, allowing new generations of Oregonians, regardless of race or place, to thrive economically.