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40 Under Forty: Marketing & Listening

In six years, Bobbie Bailey has created a full-service marketing firm that brings talents from half a dozen employees to bear on clients' branding needs. Ryan Mandell is leading 66 co-workers into a service model that's also good business. Both are 40 Under forty honorees.

July 2015

Olympia Coffee Roasters expands to new building

The company, founded in 2005, is expanding their flagship location on Cherry Street in downtown Olympia to a neighboring building on 4th Avenue, thanks to a Grow Olympia Fund loan.

July 2015

Kitson Boards trying to make comeback

Today, the company sent out an email explaining that it would soon be coming to Kickstarter under a new name, K Boards.

July 2015

40 Under Forty: Coaching new career & covering community

Getting started in a new technical industry job five years ago has been challenging for Mathew Jones, a "40 Under Forty" honoree, but he's succeeding as he's done before. Gayle Selden, on the other hand, has her steady hand on the helm of a 56-year-old, third generation family business -- and helping others to build community.

July 2015

A ‘powerful’ force & next-gen biz owner

A very active member voice in greater Tacoma civic and creative sectors as well as the arts, education and athletics is a 2015 "40 Under Forty" honoree. Learn more about him and a young Alaskan native who now leads a Tumwater business in this blog item.

July 2015

Businesses eligible for drought-related disaster loans

Nonfarm businesses In Pierce County and King County — as well as nine other counties — have been made eligible to apply for low-interest federal disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration.

July 2015

$15 Now fires back at minimum wage plans

Working Washington, a labor lobby group that has been pushing the $15 minimum wage debate in the Puget Sound region, shot back at the two proposals presented by the Tacoma Minimum Wage Task Force today.

June 2015

Vendors sought for Thurston County Fair

Craftspersons and small businesses are being recruited to exhibit at this summer's Thurston County Fair scheduled for July 29 through August 2nd.

June 2015

Ex-Im Bank to shut down tonight

Tonight at midnight, the Ex-Im Bank charter will expire, as a result of Congress not renewing it before its 4th of July recess

June 2015

Kitsap Bank opens $20,000 small business competition

Today, Kitsap Bank announced its second annual edg3 FUND small business competition, which recognizes entrepreneurs "dedicated to growing our community in three ways: economically, socially and environmentally."

June 2015
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