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Only in Seattle RFP Public Meeting Presentation

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 […]


Neighborhood Businesses Growing from Community Loan Pilot with Community Sourced Capital, OED

  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 […]


Phinney Farmers Market Extended through October 10, Get What’s Ripe and Ready Now

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, […]


WorkSource Business Breakfast: 2014 Employment Law Update

                    WorkSource Seattle-King County, in collaboration with Seattle’s Office of Economic Development, presents a Business Breakfast Meeting for Employers, the 2014 Employment Law Update with Bryan O’Connor Seattle Office Managing Shareholder, Jackson Lewis P.C. The event will have a buffet breakfast, networking, and a review of […]


Only in Seattle Newsletter – September 2014

The Only in Seattle newsletter is designed to share resources and information with leaders in Seattle’s neighborhood business districts. In this newsletter: Peer Network Gatherings; Only in Seattle Request for Proposals (RFP); The Local Scoop; and more! View this newsletter in your browser


Arts and Commercial District Revitalization: Only in Seattle Peer Network Gathering

On September 11, business district leaders from around Seattle gathered to talk art. Over 10 neighborhoods were represented in the audience as the Office of Arts and Culture’s Ruri Yampolsky kicked things off with a presentation focusing on the City’s Public Art program. The program is designed to enhance the built environment, increase livability of […]


Community Training: Seattle Job Assistance Ordinance and Paid Sick and Safe Time Ordinance

                New laws in the City of Seattle strengthen employee rights in the workplace and decrease barriers to jobs. Free workshops offered by the Seattle Office for Civil Rights train social service providers, legal advocates and community residents on these new laws to better serve your clients, family […]


Seattle Made Happy Hour for Local Producers, Manufacturers, and Allies

    The first gathering of the Seattle Good Business Network since June will take place September 17, 2014. Local producers, manufacturers, and allies are invited to gather at Schooner Exact Brewery at 3901 1st Ave S for networking and a beer on the house! Save the date for Wednesday September 17 from 4:30 p.m. to […]


The Washington Small Business Fair: One Day, One Place

                          Biz Fair 2014 – Saturday, September 27 –  One Day, One Place  Learn from the experts how to form and run a successful business at the 18th annual Washington Small Business Fair.  Biz Fair 2014 happens Saturday, September 27, 8:00 a.m. to […]


Commercial Revitalization Learnings From March – August 2014: Only in Seattle Peer Network Gathering

On Thursday, August 14 Seattle’s Office of Economic Development hosted the third Peer Network Gathering in 2014. Peer Network Gatherings, a component of the Only in Seattle Initiative, bring together leaders from business district organizations, chambers of commerce, and business associations to talk about priorities in their neighborhood. The Only in Seattle Initiative is how […]