Archive of: Small Business

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Health insurance rates going up in 2017

As almost all small business health plans are pulling out of Washington's Exchange next year, details of new pricing proposed for individual coverage plans announced today may have new importance to employers.

May 2016

Tacoma student competes for America's Next Top Young Entrepreneur

A Tacoma middle schooler could be America’s Next Top Young Entrepreneur.

May 2016

Top Places to Work: innovative & pride

Building energy efficient homes can be lots of fun, according to team members at The Artisans Group in Olympia. For creative types at Premier Media Group, the outcomes are stunning monthly magazines. Both firms are finalists in 2016 Top Places to Work.

May 2016

Tacoma to create minority business program with $1.5M grant

Tacoma will now be home to a new business center geared toward developing minority entrepreneurs, thanks to a new $1.5 million grant from the U.S. Department of Commerce Minority Business Development Agency.

May 2016

Top Places to Work: businesses & exchange

These two Top Places to Work finalists serve businesses and their customers by sharing information and creating a transaction exchange respectively. Meet BBB Northwest and Saturn Barter.

May 2016

Top Places to Work: debits, credits & code

A Tacoma accounting firm with roots back 98 years has a modern approach to attracting and retaining up-to-date associates and staff, while a start-up software firm in Lacey whose Day 1 just three years ago emphasized equity and engagement. Both are finalists for 2016 Top Places to Work.

May 2016

Top Places to Work: ‘Lift' & Improve

Top Places to Work program recognizes companies and organizations where staff members are valued and included, even to the point of offering learning so each can grow individually. Torklift Central in Kent believes that approach is part of its 40 years' success. United Way in Lewis County has a 55 year history that also highly values its small staff.

May 2016

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
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