#SmallBizBigImpact Giveaway – Enter to Win $250!
Tuesday, November 20, 2018 / Published in Blog
#SmallBizBigImpact Giveaway: November 20-26 Shop local season is upon us and to celebrate Business Impact NW is giving away a $250 gift card you can spend at your favorite small businesses! Starting today, on National Entrepreneurship Day, we invite you to visit your favorite regional business on our Pacific NW, Puget Sound and Seattle maps, snap a picture and share
Jules Online Business Management
Wednesday, November 07, 2018 / Published in Blog
Jules Sanchez worked in management for 18 years before deciding it was time to start her own business, Jules Online Business Management, in August 2015. “I wanted to expand my creativity. I wanted freedom,” she thought while asking herself how she could achieve this while serving others. “I decided to use all of my skills
SÜSU Rolled Ice Cream
Monday, October 29, 2018 / Published in Blog
Seattle is a food city, which means it can be an intimidating place to jumpstart your first food business. With an increasingly competitive market amidst the Amazon-age of endless options, food businesses in particular must be innovative, embrace risk and exhibit a solid background in their craft. SÜSU Rolled Ice Cream, the artisanal ice cream
Monday, October 22, 2018 / Published in Blog
Please follow our discussion series as we post regular blogs on all the latest news with Seattle’s labor standards ordinances. We will also highlight various tools and resources that Business Impact NW can provide to educate and guide small business owners on understanding and complying with Seattle’s labor standards laws, such as Henry Wong’s in-person
Intrigue Chocolate
Tuesday, October 16, 2018 / Published in Blog
Portions of the windows were covered in paper as construction workers added finishing touches to Intrigue Chocolate and Coffee House’s newly opened storefront in Capitol Hill. But after I strolled through the door, the construction outside melted away with the smell of freshly brewed coffee greeting me. Natural light barreled through the large windows onto
IMPACT Pitch 2018: Small Business Empowerment!
Friday, October 05, 2018 / Published in Blog
On Thursday, October 4th, Business Impact NW gave away $30,000 to local entrepreneurs at 415 Westlake in Seattle.  Presented by Harborstone Credit Union, IMPACT Pitch was the culmination of a 4-month long contest of 63 applicants vying for a chance to win their piece of the prize money to help them start or grow their successful business
Introducing our IMPACT Pitch Judges and MC!
Thursday, September 27, 2018 / Published in Blog
Matt Oppenheimer
We are honored to have such an accomplished group of business leaders judge the IMPACT Pitch Live Competition this year, including winner of last year’s Best Startup Business, Coté Soerens, the Founder and CEO of Remitly, Matt Oppenheimer, and Michael Powell, returning judge and Senior Vice President at Harborstone Credit Union! From a 39 year
Meet Our 8 IMPACT Pitch Finalists!
Wednesday, September 26, 2018 / Published in Blog
In eight short days, our eight IMPACT Pitch finalists will stand before a live audience to pitch how their inspiring business ideas will positively impact the community in attempts to win the $10,000 award for Best Established Businesses or the $10,000 award for Best Startup/ Early-Stage  Business. Surrounded by family and friends while facing a
Repair Revolution – 1 Year After IMPACT Pitch Win
Thursday, September 20, 2018 / Published in Blog
Repair Revolution is on a mission to disrupt the auto repair industry, which is stained with a bad reputation for deception and lack of integrity. “We’ve created the most transparent repair experience possible” says owner Eli Alison, who sends customers photos and videos from the initial inspection of everything addressed in a quote. As a
Monday, September 17, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Community comes first at Resistencia Coffee — community, resistance and last, but not least, coffee. Surrounded by Seattle’s industrial area and mere blocks from the Duwamish Waterway this South Park coffee shop is a welcoming, safe and vibrant community-controlled space that is actively resisting anti-displacement efforts. Since opening in their newly remodeled location on Cloverdale