Friday, April 19, 2019 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
Effie Garcia, the founding owner of the Student Success Center of Orting has a long history of helping children learn and grow. She is guided by her belief that all children, no matter their socio-economic status or geographic location, deserve access to places that provide an enriching educational environment. “I started teaching preschool 20 years
Monday, March 18, 2019 / Published in Blog
Business Impact NW last spoke to Sean Kelly in October 2017 a few months after he opened Sean’s Clay Corner. In one year’s time, his business grew so quickly that he had to relocate to a larger space in order to serve his growing membership base. “I was full and couldn’t take any more people,”
Wednesday, January 16, 2019 / Published in Blog
Believing in your startup can be a bit like believing in magic. At times, the dream may seem impossible until hard work, luck and the stars collide, and voilà you’re in business! Combining years of experience at being a mother, a passion for healthy living and food activism with elbow grease and a unique service,
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, May 17, 2018 / Published in Blog
Tui Landa, Loan Officer Originally from Thailand, Tui came to the US in 1971. She got her Masters in Business Education and was preparing to attend UC Davis for a PhD when she met her husband and life took her in another direction. Before Business Impact NW, Tui worked in consumer banking and commercial loan
Wednesday, April 04, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
For many musicians, it’s difficult to imagine being able to quit your day job, play music as your full-time gig, and still be able to live in Seattle. But thanks to Gigs4U, that dreams is becoming reality for hundreds of rising and established local musicians in the area. “We’ve paid out over $1 million to
Wednesday, March 21, 2018 / Published in Blog, Client Stories
“We feed people – we have something for everyone” says co-founder Amanda Bedell with Phebe Rossi of Nuflours Bakery. Together, Phebe and Amanda pride themselves in serving up a variety of options for every body, from gluten-free to dairy-free, paleo, vegan, soy, corn, peanut –free, and more. You walk in and everything looks delicious, because
Monday, May 23, 2016 / Published in Blog
After working in small and large businesses and making money for them, Justin Krebs decided he wanted to put his efforts into making money for himself. “It was time to be my own boss,” said the owner of Sound and Fog, a new coffee shop/beer and wine bar soon to open in West Seattle. “I