Archive of: Daily Biz Briefs

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New Keller Williams division added in Puyallup

Keller Williams Realty Professionals has launched a new commercial division based in Puyallup, operating as KW Commercial Offenbecher.

January 2018

New executive director at Tacoma Art Museum

Tacoma Art Museum is adding David Setford as its new executive director, who brings over 30 years of arts and museum experience across two continents to the position.

January 2018

Tacoma not on 'shortlist' for Amazon's HQ2

Amazon has released the list of cities that advanced to “Round 2” of its search for a second home, with the Tacoma/South Sound bid unfortunately not making the cut.

January 2018

What a government shutdown could mean for Workforce Central

With the deadline looming for the federal government to avoid a shutdown, WorkForce Central released a statement today saying it’s hopeful a shutdown won’t happen but is preparing for that very possibility.

January 2018

Columbia Bank promotes executive to newly created position

Columbia Bank has appointed Lisa Dow to the newly created position of chief risk officer and executive vice president.

January 2018

Thurston EDC open house to highlight economic partnership

The Thurston Economic Development Council is opening its doors next month to highlight one of its local partnerships.

January 2018

Financial reporting award for City of Kent

The Government Finance Officers Association of the United States and Canada has recognized the City of Kent with the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.

January 2018

State economy adds jobs, unemployment low

Washington’s economy added 6,100 jobs in December and the state’s seasonally adjusted monthly unemployment rate came in at 4.5 percent, according to the Employment Security Department.

January 2018

Olympia one of National Geographic's "Cities on the Rise"

National Geographic Traveler has revealed its 29 “Cities on the Rise,” and one South Sound community made the cut.

January 2018

Clover Park gets funds for curriculum reform

Clover Park Technical College has been selected to receive $500,000 in grant funding from College Spark to assist its transition to the Guided Pathways education approach.

January 2018
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