Archive of: Small Business

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Two local business leaders to D.C.

Propel Insurance President and CEO Kurt Carlson accompanied Tom Pierson, president and CEO of Tacoma Pierce County Chamber to a White House meeting last Thursday.

December 2013

New owner for Gig Harbor building

Family-owned Grindstone Management LLC has acquired the building and property at 7804 Pioneer Way in Gig Harbor, located in the Historic Downtown Business District.

December 2013

Chuckals family feeds families

Chuckals Office Products in Tacoma has again supported the annual “Friends of the Holidays”’ event to help provide a complete turkey dinner with all the fixings to Pierce County families in need.

December 2013

Freighthouse Square Xmas comes early

Tacoma's Freighthouse Square is calling all neighboring merchants and residents to celebrate the “Weekend Before Christmas” tomorrow (Saturday) from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.

December 2013

New VW dealer open in Olympia

Lewis County’s I-5 Auto ownership group is now operating Volkswagen of Olympia at Capital Auto Mall. There will eventually be up to 30 new jobs created at the dealership.

December 2013

From BE: DuPont growing buildings, jobs

In today’s bi-weekly Business Examiner edition, read about new building projects in DuPont that will bring hundreds of new jobs early in 2014.

December 2013

Downtown merchants, city celebrate

Tacoma Downtown Merchants Group and Downtown Business Improvement Area invite the community to view Pacific Avenue Streetscape improvements tomorrow afternoon.

December 2013

Blog: Uptick on Small Business Saturday

While big box stores opened their doors on Thanksgiving, small businesses reaped the benefits of increased awareness of Small Business Saturday.

December 2013

Small Business Saturday is tomorrow

Small Business Saturday is coming up this weekend, and a representative group for Main Street -- mom-and-pop shops -- is calling on Washingtonians to turn out in force.

November 2013

From BE: Local firm high on 'nanobubbles'

In today’s bi-weekly Business Examiner edition, reporter Katie Scaff visits a South Sound biomedical research firm that reports promising results from early trials of "stablized nanobubbles" in treatments for ALS, Parkinson's disease and a number of other human conditions.

November 2013
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