Archive for 'Bottom Line'
As Seattle’s new minimum wage ordinance takes effect, the Office of Economic Development would like to provide a set of resources for employers and workers to learn about the protections that the City of Seattle provides to workers in Seattle. Office of Labor Standards The City of Seattle created the Office of Labor Standards (OLS) within the Office […][More]
Posted: March 31st, 2015 under Uncategorized.
The Only in Seattle newsletter is designed to share resources and information with leaders in Seattle’s neighborhood business districts. In this edition: Only in Seattle Peer Network; Take the Broadband Survey; Spacefinder Seattle; 2015 Racial Equity Fund Request for Proposals; Calendar of Neighborhood Events; and more! View this newsletter in your browser[More]
The February 27, 2015 Peer Network Gathering began with a simple question: How important is access to capital for small businesses? As neighborhood business district leaders and small business owners introduced themselves, the response was clear that access to capital is one of, if not the, most important resources for small businesses to start and grow. The […][More]
The cost of installing a solar energy system is now lower than ever. Although seen as a cloudy state, Washington has great solar potential. With rising electricity bills and state incentives available, the business case for solar makes sense right now. Organizations around Seattle are partnering to create more options for local businesses to invest […][More]
The City of Seattle is looking for input about broadband from Seattle-area businesses. This survey will ask you about your current broadband services and whether they meet your needs; your satisfaction with the services that are currently available to business owners in Seattle; and what you believe the City’s role should be in bringing high-speed connectivity […][More]
Join the financing staff of OED’s Business Retention and Expansion team and its partners on Friday, February 27 for a lunchtime workshop, and get to know get to know about financing options for local businesses needing access to capital. In addition to OED’s financing services, the following financing partners will be presenting: Community Capital Development, Craft3, […][More]
The Only in Seattle newsletter is designed to share resources and information with leaders in Seattle’s neighborhood business districts. In this edition: Only in Seattle Peer Network; Free Legal Clinics offered by Wayfind Legal; Neighborhood Matching Fund and Neighborhood Park and Street Fund; Get your Only in Seattle Map and Brochure; Calendar of Neighborhood Events; and more! […][More]
As we get ready to say goodbye to 2014, The OED Digest team took a look back through the stories of the year. These top stories represent a cross section of the work of the Office of Economic Development to invest in and strengthen our local economy, from supporting small businesses, investing in neighborhood business […][More]
Posted: December 19th, 2014 under Uncategorized.
Copacino + Fujikado is a Seattle-based advertising agency that provides strategic planning and creative marketing communications for leading regional and national brands. Headquartered in downtown Seattle, the firm uses collaborative imagination as a business tool to help local businesses tell their story. From its client base, to many of its campaigns, the agency puts its […][More]
Posted: December 17th, 2014 under Uncategorized.
The Only in Seattle newsletter is designed to share resources and information with leaders in Seattle’s neighborhood business districts. In this edition: Only in Seattle Holiday Happy Hour; Shop Small; Chinatown/International District is hiring; Seattle Made is open for membership; and more! View this newsletter in your browser[More]