Ashley is the Office Manager and Communications Assistant at Business Impact NW.
Monday, November 26, 2018 / Published in Blog
Cathy Kerns always enjoyed fitness, but was tired of having to drive so far for classes. She saw a real need in the West Seattle area for a fitness studio and started thinking about being the one to make it happen. “I knew I wanted to have HIIT in the name, because that interval training
Tuesday, November 20, 2018 / Published in
Corporate Giving Officer Reports to the Director of Development and Communications Job summary: The Corporate Giving Officer is responsible for corporate investments, gifts and sponsorships that financially sustain programs and operations of Business Impact NW – a nonprofit dedicated to growing small businesses that create jobs in underserved communities. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Work with
Monday, August 20, 2018 / Published in Blog
Introducing Kerrie Carbary, Business Impact NW’s newest staff addition! As the South King County Project Manager, Kerrie offers business coaching by appointment as well as holds drop-in hours at various locations on the south end and is focused on building and expanding Business Impact NW’s presence in the area. She is also creating and formalizing a volunteer mentor
Thursday, August 16, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Jan Parker mastered cooking in high-end hotels and for discerning private clients all over the world, but her love of Filipino food started at home. Growing up in Tacoma, her parents felt it was important to stay connected to their Filipino culture. “They fed me authentic food from the Philippines and even taught me how
Tuesday, July 24, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
On the surface it may seem obvious what drives the owners of Peloton Bicycle Shop and Café — the small space near Seattle University combines a full service bicycle repair shop with coffee, beer, and breakfast/brunch/lunch. Without a doubt, they have a passion for bikes, good food and brews but that’s not the whole story.
Thursday, July 19, 2018 / Published in
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Contract Loan Department Specialist (Part-Time) Business Impact NW (BIN) is one of Washington State’s leading community development and business assistance organizations. BIN invests in people and their communities to create economic equity, create jobs, and create wealth for entrepreneurs. An integral part of our mission is to meet the unique business education, training, and financing
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Triplehorn Brewing Company is a craft microbrewery located in Woodinville, WA. They put it best themselves— “We make beer, and we seem to do a pretty good job. We’re always working to be better than we were yesterday.” Richard and Raymond Nesheim were both employed in construction, but when work shut down in 2007 they
Thursday, July 05, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Five days before opening, a sprinkler line broke and flooded the shop. Emily Schikora wasn’t phased- she opened her Ballard boutique Editor Consignment on schedule, without shoes. Having her own space was worth it, “this is my vision” she says “and it came to fruition.” She jokes “the experience cured me of being a perfectionist.”
Monday, June 04, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
An entrepreneur since 1993, Joyce Hosea has plenty of experience as a small business owner. Before her latest venture, Cheese Platters and More, she had a good idea of what she would need to be successful, which brought her to Business Impact NW. The biggest need? Startup capital. As the owner of The Melding Pot