Archive of: Small Business

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Tacoma takes closer look at plastic bag ban

The City of Tacoma is considering an ordinance that would ban plastic bags outright and put a fee of at least five cents on paper bags.

March 2016
Winkle, Stevens top Financial Execs

Winkle, Stevens top Financial Execs

Jim Winkle, CFO of Lacey’s Harbor Wholesale Foods, was named large company South Sound Financial Executive of the Year at a luncheon in Tacoma today.

March 2016

Financial Execs lunch: Sold out

The tables are set (and full) for Tuesday's Financial Executives of the Year recognition luncheon in downtown Tacoma.

March 2016

New hires of note

Several businesses announced new hires this week, including Bank of the West, Frost & Company, Architects Rasmussen Triebelhorn and the City of Gig Harbor.

March 2016

Survey finds PNW business owners a little less optimistic

According to the bank, 59 percent of small business owners in the region think the national economy is headed in the wrong direction, 15 percent up year over year.

February 2016

New hires and promotions of note in South Sound

Spaceworks Tacoma, General Plastics Manufacturing Company, CHI Franciscan Health and Epic Realty announce some big moves in their companies.

February 2016

Tacoma ‘Tech’ on TV

Tacoma highlighted for its value as a 'tech' home in Seattle TV newscast.

February 2016
Small business is leading, exec says

Small business is leading, exec says

The nation's leading advocate for small businesses spoke glowingly in Tacoma today of this sector that accounts half of all private sector employment in the country.

February 2016

Olympia small biz leader to Legislature

The state House of Representatives has a new small business owner in its ranks today after Olympia's Andrew Barkis was selected to fill an empty seat covering portions of Pierce and Thurston counties.

February 2016

Brighter outlook in small biz poll

Stronger cash-flow and better consumer confidence reports persuaded small business owners polled in mid-January to have more optimism about their future than at any time in the past year.

February 2016
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