12th Avenue’s year in review sports surge of new businesses
12th Avenue Seattle
The 12th Avenue corridor on Capitol Hill has been hopping this year with great new businesses opening or moving in, including restaurants such as Octo Sushi, Grim’s, Local Vine, and High Five Pie; and businesses such as: Jolie Nails, Velocity Dance, Dixon’s Used Furniture, and Phoenix Art Restoration. Also, check out Seattle’s diverse business landscape at onlyinseattle.org.
Seattle Storefronts provides exciting opportunity for artists to showcase their work
Seattle Storefronts is seeking applicants for temporary art installations, residencies, and creative enterprise projects to enliven vacant storefronts in Seattle’s Pioneer Square, Chinatown/International District, and other neighborhoods. The deadline to apply is Jan. 31.
Why one should build a business around what they know best
Maria Ross, founder and chief strategist for Red Slice, a Seattle-based branding and marketing consulting company, teaches how to minimize risk when starting a business.
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