Andy Tullis/The Bulletin Commercial real estate broker Brian Fratzke shows the inside of the newly renovated Murray Road Industrial Center, the former Fuqua Homes plant in Bend, prior to a brokers tour Tuesday.
Album ID: 1922967
Seattle company buys Bend copier business
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Synergy Office Systems in Bend was sold last week to Copiers Northwest of Seattle.
Album ID: 1922454
Towable tents are ready for recreation
Ryan Brennecke / The Bulletin Tim Daiker, general ganager at Freespirit Recreation, shows one of his companys travel trailers, on display Monday in front of the Bend business.
Album ID: 1922098
Bend welcomes women business owners
Joe Kline / The Bulletin Michelle Mitchell, left, and Jamie Danek, co-owners of Humm Kombucha, sit outside their storefront in Bend. Six years after Hummís launch, they are employing over 30 people.
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Region lags in job vacancies
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Bend humans meet Abbe, the robot
Tess Freeman / The Bulletin Mark Silliman teaches Keegan Tucker, 6, of Bend how to control the arm of Abbe, Sillimans recently purchased humanoid robot, Wednesday night during the Homebrew Technology Club Meetup at Stackhouse Coffee in Bend.
Album ID: 1920637
Streamlining the permission slip
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Jim Onstad founded Education Framework, a Bend company that provides software to eliminate paperwork, such as permission slips, for schools.
Album ID: 1919646
A humanoid robot ?that?s a housemaid in training
Andy Tullis / The Bulletin Mark Silliman, of Bend, hopes to program his robot, named Abbe, to be a housemaid.
Album ID: 1919273
The clock is ticking on underwater refinancing
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin After refinancing through LRAPP, Maggie Law has been able to stay in her home.
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Camping in style
Meg Roussos / The Bulletin Robert Johans, CEO of Nest Caravans in Bend, sits inside a prototype of the companyís first high-end camper.