The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) is encouraging Americans across the country to shop small this November 30 as part of Small Business Saturday, a day that is dedicated to supporting the small businesses that anchor our local communities and strengthen our economy.
Better Business Bureau serving Alaska, Oregon and Western Washington hosted six Secure Your ID Day events in October to securely destroy sensitive documents, recycle cellular phones, collect donations for local food banks and raise awareness about local identity theft issues.
It is human nature to take things for granted. When you’ve always had something, when it’s been around your entire life, it’s only natural to overlook it, to think it will always be here.
Across America, there are more than 250,000 service members transitioning out of our military and looking to start their own businesses.
Cowboys and Angels Café, a new shop offering coffee and handmade collectibles, will soon be opening in downtown Buckley.
Station 082 appeals to the creative and competitive side of its mostly-young clientele.
Amy Hardebeck is settling into her role as executive director of the Enumclaw Chamber of Commerce.
Small businesses can help keep their business information safe and protect their online information with a new free course from the U.S. Small Business Administration.
As the name suggests, Eclectic offers a varied assortment of gifts and home decor.
Liquor and Wine Enumclaw recently moved to a new location, but remains in the convenient QFC shopping center.
Aiming to help local customers improve their bottom line, Sam Vanassa has launched Gorilla Business Consulting.
Owner Carolyn Tyrrell and Amanda Resser care for customers’ hair, offering coloring, cuts, extensions and smoothing treatments.
Local military installations are an integral part of Western Washington and Better Business Bureau is stepping up efforts to arm service members and their families with the tools to combat fraud and make smarter shopping decisions.
The threat Newhouse refers to is the lack of available clean plants for vineyard plantings. Viruses can reduce the life of a vineyard investment by up to 50 percent.
Attorney General Bob Ferguson announced that the five banks covered under the National Mortgage Settlement have reported providing over $1.2 billion dollars in consumer relief to Washington homeowners.
Until 2008, most people had never heard the term “short sale.” Unfortunately, in the years since, it has become a phrase that almost everyone is familiar with.
The latest BLS News Release showing total compensation costs for private industry workers in the Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia metropolitan area is now available online at http://www.bls.gov/ro9/eciseat.pdf.