Seattle ranks second in ‘Super Green’ cities of America
Puget Sound Business Journal
Seattle ranks second in the U.S. for its percentage of “super green” consumers in a recent study by Scarborough Research. The study showed that “super green” consumers, who in engage in the highest amount of environmentally friendly activities, account for 5 percent of all U.S. adults and tend to have high incomes along with high spending. Any marketer who wants to capture the American high spending population – could benefit from green-focused marketing, promotions and products.
Summer films mark a wrap for film industry in Washington State
Four Feature films are being made in Seattle this summer. But after that, it’s most likely a wrap for the film industry in Washington. Lawmakers are withdrawing financial incentives that allowed for a 30 percent rebate for using local crews and vendors. Without the incentives, film production companies will look to 40 other states still offering Hollywood deals.
Seven money mistakes entrepreneurs make
Here are seven common personal-finance mistakes that young entrepreneurs make – and how to avoid them. Some mistakes include overinvesting in the business, not paying yourself, mixing personal and business assets, using personal credit cards for business, and failing to plan for the worst.
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