Archive of: Daily Biz Briefs

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Tacoma's Spaceworks initiative to undergo rebrand

Spaceworks Tacoma, the Tacoma initiative aimed at helping creative entrepreneurs further their businesses, has engaged with a consultant to kick off a rebrand.

May 2017

Sumner's Red Apple block finally ready for redevelopment

The City of Sumner has used a request for ideas for a mixed-use development on the former Red Apple market site in the city’s downtown.

May 2017

Milgard a "Most Used" brand in western U.S.

Milgard Windows & Doors has been recognized as a “Most Used” brand in the western United States by construction analytics firm Hanley Wood.

May 2017

Big Brothers Big Sisters CEO to retire

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Washington has announced that CEO John Hicks will be retiring from the organization at the end of August.

May 2017

CMS completes re-survey of Western State Hospital

The re-survey will determine if the hospital can retain its certification and remain eligible for nearly $65 million in yearly federal funding.

May 2017

Community Health to move to Cornerstone Building

Community Health Care of Pierce County will be relocating its administrative headquarters to the historic Cornerstone building in downtown Tacoma.

May 2017

State Farm adding 100 positions in Pierce County

A hiring event being by State Farm on June 6 will connect job seekers to 100 available positions in Tacoma and Pierce County.

May 2017

Tacoma considers aligning city code to new sick leave law

Amendments to Tacoma’s city code will be considered this year to better align with the state’s paid sick leave law.

May 2017

Retail building development slow

The strong economy in western Washington is pushing the region's status in retail property rankings, even as there isn't much new construction evident at this time. The result: lease rates creep up as vacancies slide down.

May 2017

‘Special’ session #2 starts today

Businesses within Washington state still don't know what new taxes or tax rates might face them over the next two years. Legislators in Olympia are beginning another 30 days effort to agree on a two-year budget and how to pay for it.

May 2017
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