Archive of: Small Business

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Capitol City Press :: Top Place to Work

As an ESOP employee owned company, Capitol City Press in Tumwater is unique in every worker there has a vested interest in the company's success. Not surprisingly, they report there is a very low turn-over rate among this working "family" commercial printing operation.

April 2015

UPS to recognize SURGEtacoma founders for contributions

The University of Puget Sound School of Business and Leadership will be presenting Eli and Amber Moreno with a distinguished Corporate Friend award at its annual awards event on April 10.

March 2015

KMB design groups :: a Top Place to Work

KMB design groups, an architectural studio of 22 professionals and support staff, is crowded into two separate buildings, 30 yards apart. The space challenge is an indicator of robust business activity and the only comment offered by employees in what could make their an even better "Top Place to Work."

March 2015

After 76 years, Cartozian rugs is moving

On April 2, Cartozian Fine Flooring and Rugs will be opening up its new location in the Stadium District (at 49 Saint Helens Avenue), after 76 years in its Lincoln neighborhood location.

March 2015

Destination Harley :: a Top Place to Work

The first of 15 finalists from "2015 Top Places to Work" to be profiled in Daily Biz Briefs is Destination Harley Davidson in Fife. Along with his 36 employees, owner Ed Wallace Jr. shares a passion for the iconic American motorcycle with customers and staff.

March 2015

Tacoma Mayor pushes 'fast track' trade bill

Mayor Marilyn Strickland and Puyallup-based Northwest Door owner Jeff Hohman were part of a press conference this afternoon to help promote "fast track" trade legislation in the U.S. Congress.

March 2015

Small business poll says ‘No’ to wage hike

Small business statewide poll rejects carbon fuel standard, carbon tax and higher minimum wage in poll results announced today.

March 2015

Survey: Thurston businesses split on plastic bag ban

February 2015

Pierce County businesses recognized for storm water management

When it comes to storm water management, 14 Pierce County businesses and homeowner associations have stepped up to the plate.

February 2015

Small Business Administration head visiting Tacoma

U.S. Small Business Administration head Maria Contreras-Sweet will be visiting Tacoma tomorrow to discuss the benefits of international trade with small businesses in the area.

February 2015
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