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Initiative to be a model for streamlining regulations, boosting restaurant industry across the state Mayor Ed Murray, City Councilmember Sally Clark, Governor Jay Inslee, and King County Executive Dow Constantine joined the Washington Restaurant Association and restaurant entrepreneurs today in Capitol Hill to announce the launch of Restaurant Success, a new initiative to provide better […][More]
Posted: October 30th, 2014 under Uncategorized.
The Seattle Office of Economic Development’s Only in Seattle Initiative is excited to promote shopping locally on Small Business Saturday, November 29, and throughout the holiday season with the Shop Small campaign, supported by American Express and Delta Airlines. Now in its fifth year, Small Business Saturday serves as the ceremonial kickoff to the holiday shopping season […][More]
The King County Executive’s Small Business Awards are dedicated to celebrating the importance and the accomplishments of small businesses throughout King County. On October 15 over 200 smallbusiness owners, entrepreneurs, and supporters of small business from across the County gathered at this year’s awards program. Seattle winners include: Fremont Brewing Company, awarded Small Business of the Year, Fryer-Knowles, Inc., awarded Woman-Owned Small Business of the Year, Cascadia Consulting Group, awarded Green/Sustainable Business of the Year, and Community Attributes, awarded Workforce […][More]
Posted: October 24th, 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: Peer Network Gatherings; Only in Seattle Request for Proposals (RFP); Crowdfunding your local, indie businesses with Community Sourced Capital; Shop Small on Small Business Saturday; Fremont Chamber Dashboard Training; Seattle’s Community Toolkit; and more! View […][More]
Seattle’s new Minimum Wage Ordinance will take effect on April 1, 2015. Many employers and employees have many questions about how the Minimum Wage Ordinance will be implemented. The Seattle Office for Civil Rights is hosting three public meetings to gather information for the administrative rulemaking process. The first meeting will be heldMonday, November 3 […][More]
Posted: October 21st, 2014 under Uncategorized.
Finding Good Market Data for Neighborhood Business Districts: Only in Seattle Peer Network Gathering October 9
On October 9, 2014, leaders from nine different neighborhood business districts gathered at the Downtown Seattle Association (DSA) headquarters to learn more about data. Over the last few years, the Office of Economic Development (OED) has heard from many people that data training is one of the most useful and important Peer Network Gatherings. This year, […][More]
The City of Seattle’s Office of Economic Development (OED) is partnering with Seattle Investment Fund, LLC, the Seattle Department of Transportation (SDOT), the Seattle Department of Neighborhoods (DON), and the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture (OAC) to make approximately $1,700,000 available for the Only in Seattle Initiative in 2015. The Initiative provides grant funding and staff support […][More]
Did you miss the Friday, October 3rd Only in Seattle Public Meeting? The PowerPoint presentation below will provide a brief recap on: An overview of the Only in Seattle Initiative What is new in 2015 How to apply using the online web platform We have two upcoming public meetings in October and would love to […][More]
Four local businesses launched loan campaigns aimed to help them grow this week as part of a new partnership between local finance company Community Sourced Capital (CSC) and the City of Seattle Office of Economic Development (OED). The four businesses are B & O Espresso, Jude’s, Plum Bistro, and That Brown Girl Cooks, representing an […][More]
Posted: October 3rd, 2014 under Uncategorized.
The Ripe and Ready Report, The Neighborhood Farmers Market Alliance’s (NFMA) weekly newsletter, has more than a few juicy highlights. Fall and cold-loving crops are on their way to Seattle’s farmers markets, but the heat-loving crops are still in. Visit one of the farmers markets below and you will find: Peppers, corn, eggplants tomatoes, stone peaches, […][More]