REDI to Host Annual Luncheon Virtually on Tuesday, May 26th

REDI Annual Luncheon May 26 2020 - Zach Mercurio photo


REDMOND, OR (May 15, 2020)Redmond Economic Development, Inc. (REDI) is pleased to announce their 2020 Annual Luncheon will be held virtually on Tuesday, May 26th, featuring a keynote from New York Times Bestselling Author Zach Mercurio.

REDI holds its Annual Luncheon each Spring discussing topics pertinent to the Central Oregon business community. This year’s live-streamed event will focus on the topic of harnessing the power of purpose and meaningfulness at work and why it matters when building strong core values and culture.

While this event may look different than in year’s past, Zach’s message is important now more than ever. Thanks to the event sponsors, REDI is offering this virtual program at a deep discount.

Join REDI and the local business community and learn what authentic purpose is and how it scientifically works to motivate people and organizations.

REDI Annual Luncheon
Featuring New York Time’s Bestselling Author Zach Mercurio
Tuesday, May 26, 2020
11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Tickets $10 REDI & EDCO Members; $15 Non-members; $200 VIP virtual lounge
Register here.


Title Sponsors
BendBroadband logo, Central Oregon Community College logo, First Interstate Bank logo


About Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO)
Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO) is a non-profit corporation supported by private and public members and stakeholders, whose mission is to create middle-class jobs in Central Oregon by: recruiting new employers to move to the region; helping entrepreneurs start new, scalable businesses; and working with businesses that are already here to grow their operations. For more information, visit

About Redmond Economic Development, Inc. (REDI)
Redmond Economic Development, Inc. (REDI), in collaboration with EDCO, is a private, non-profit corporation established in 1987 as a partnership between private business and the public sector to encourage economic development in the City of Redmond, Oregon. Its mission is to create prosperity through community and business development. REDI serves as an advocate for Redmond’s industrial companies and assists them by providing information about Redmond as an area for business, relocation, or expansion. For more information, visit

About Zach Mercurio
Zach Mercurio is one of the leading experts on the role of purpose and meaning in organizations, work and life. Through speaking, consulting and research Zach has helped diverse organizations and individuals around the world understand how purpose and meaning unleashes human potential to create thriving organizations and lives. Zach is the author of The Invisible Leader: Transform Your Life, Work, and Organization with the Power of Authentic Purpose and is the founder and author of, the popular blog on purposeful leadership. He is also a regular contributor on purpose for the Huffington Post and other international media outlets. For more information, visit