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
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
Thursday, August 02, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Therapist Ada Pang has filled her caseload over the last two and a half years through specializing in counseling couples as well as people living with or impacted by cancer, and clients who fall under both of those categories. Now that her business, People Bloom Counseling, is operating at a caseload that is close to
Tuesday, July 31, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Please follow our discussion series as we post regular blogs on 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’s in-person OLS class on
Tuesday, July 17, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
“Everyone comes to business ownership through their own path – people are either pushed or pulled into entrepreneurship,” says Susan Perreault, Training Manager & Instructor at Business Impact NW and the Washington Women’s Business Center (WWBC). When people are pulled, it’s due to a passion, an opportunity, or a desire for independence or financial security.
Monday, June 25, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Did you know the Seattle Public Library has more to offer than books? Using your free library card, anyone can access research databases, knowledgeable professionals and more to get the information they need when starting a small businesses. As part of our focus on market research this month, we sat down with librarian and SPL liaison
Friday, June 01, 2018 / Published in Blog
Building Community Connections, Exploring Partnerships, Celebrating Women’s Success On May 31, 2018 Washington Women’s Business Center of Business Impact NW hosted the third-annual Celebrating Dreams, Celebrating Success event presented by Verity Credit Union.  With over 280 attendees, local women business owners connected with each other, aspiring entrepreneurs, and business coaches and mentors. Over 50 Local Women-Owned Businesses
Wednesday, January 24, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
3 years ago on New Year’s Eve, Cassie Preston made a resolution to open a business. She started planning with her husband Ashton right away in January of 2015. Less than 1 year later, in September 2015, the two Air Force Veterans opened Steady Flow Growler House & Tasting Room in Spokane Valley. Today, with
Thursday, January 04, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Setting goals is critical if you want to make your business dreams a successful reality. This is true whether you are just dreaming of starting a business, growing your new (less than a year old) business, or taking your long established business to the next level. There are advantages to writing down your goals and